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Threat of Climate Change Towards Children

  Threat of Climate Change Towards Children Climate change is now a global issue ;   Various man made activities, like increasing use of   fossil fuel, industrial emission of green-house gases, uncontrolled deforestation   etc. are mainly responsible for a continuous increase of global temperature which gives rise to the shrinking of arctic glaciers, rising of sea level etc. The weather has become more extreme, both hot and cold – as has rainfall & drought in different parts of the world ; The sum total impact of all these is the change of climate which is not natural, but clearly man made ;                                                                                                                We, the so called civilized human beings are solely responsible for this ;   How Children are Affected -         Children, mainly infants are more vulnerable to heat waves and coldness ; -         Poor air quality from climate change can cause breathing problems, especially in

Space Debris - A New Global Threat

Space Debris – A  New Global Threat  Space debris are  parts of  rockets and other artificial satellites that are either dead or lost,  dead space crafts,  even tiny flecks of paints from space craft  moving in the Space ; They also include objects that are results of explosions in the Space ;  According to NASA there are millions of  such  junk pieces orbiting our Earth ; Causes of Such Accumulation of Space Debris Over the years there has been a significant rise in the number of artificial satellites being sent into the  Space  in order to gather accurate & relevant data useful to perform a range of objectives  such as scientific research, weather predictions, military support, Positioning, Navigation, Earth Imaging, Climate & Environment monitoring and Communications etc.    According to the Index of Objects Launched into Outer Space, maintained by the ‘ United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs ’ there were 7389 individual satellites in the space at the end of A