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What is climate change and what is the difference between global warming and climate change?

Climate change involves significant changes in average conditions—such as temperature, precipitation, wind patterns, and other aspects of climate—that occur over years, decades, centuries, or longer.

Climate change involves longer-term trends, such as shifts toward warmer, wetter, or drier conditions. These trends can be caused by natural variability in climate over time, as well as human activities that add greenhouse gases to the atmosphere like burning fossil fuels for energy.

Global warming describes the recent rise in the global average temperature near the earth’s surface, which is caused mostly by increasing concentrations of greenhouse gases (such as carbon dioxide and methane) in the atmosphere from human activities such as burning fossil fuels for energy.



Source: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

Take Action on Climate Change and fight Global Warming.

There are many ways individuals and businesses can reduce greenhouse gas emissions that contribute to climate change.

You can lessen the impacts of climate change by making choices that help advance solutions and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Many of these actions apply to both individuals and small- and medium-sized businesses. Decisions that we all make today can shape the world for decades and even centuries to come. Not only are these actions good for the environment, but they are also good for personal and community health, equity, environmental justice, quality of life, and our shared futures.


Source: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

The Power of the  Trees.

The benefits that trees provide can help cities and countries meet 15 of the 17 internationally supported United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.

Did you know that nearly 85% of wildland fires in the United States and 90% worldwide are caused by humans and the area burned by wildfires each year has been increasing and that forest wildfires are affecting the whole ecosystem?

Did you know that…

A tree has the ability to provide an essential of life for all living things on our planet – oxygen, and the power to remove harmful gases like carbon dioxide making the air we breathe healthier. A typical tree can absorb around 21 kilograms of carbon dioxide (CO2) per year and produces approximately 260 pounds of oxygen a year.

Trees can purify our air, can cool our streets and cities and they also have the power to slow the rate of global warming and combat climate change.

Trees helps restore biodiversity, supports the quality of life in various communities of people, protect us against floods and water pollution.

Trees make our home, our neighborhood and our lives more beautiful.

Due to the abandonment of the primary sector, urbanisation and the climate crisis, we are now seeing fires of increased intensity with major impacts not only on natural ecosystems but also on human communities, causing increasingly serious problems for society, while at the same time limiting the possibility of natural restoration of forest ecosystems after fires.

As a result:
-decrease in oxygen, dangerous micro-particles and toxic smog in the atmosphere-soil erosion-lack of seeds and food -loss of animal and human shelters -diseases due to chemicals in the soil that come to us through food-decrease in biodiversity.

Beyond the human and societal impacts, wildfires also affect the Earth’s climate. Forests in particular store large amounts of carbon. When they burn, they immediately release carbon dioxide into the atmosphere, which in turn contributes to climate change. After burning, forests also release carbon dioxide more gradually through decomposition.

Plant more trees. Choose a healthy planet.

Did you know that…

Climate change results in more intense rainfall and this increases the chances of flooding. This is because warming means the air can hold more moisture (for every 1℃ of warming, the atmosphere can hold 7% more moisture).

Climate change also makes connecting extreme weather events more likely.

Healthy and intact natural ecosystems have many benefits for utilities: reducing sediment and nutrient inputs into source water bodies, regulating runoff and streamflow, buffering against flooding and reducing storm surge impacts and inundation on the coasts.

Trees and woods play a vital role in reducing flooding by slowing down the flow of rainwater, absorbing rainwater and reducing erosion. Flooding is a devastating reality for many communities. Trees can help to reduce flooding by slowing down the flow of rainwater, absorbing rainwater, and reducing erosion.

Like other extreme weather disasters, flooding involves a number of competing factors that may affect its frequency and intensity.

Flooding, like other disasters, involves a number of competing factors that may affect its frequency and intensity in opposing ways.

Climate change, which is worsening extreme rainfall in many storms, is an increasingly important part of the mix.


Source: The New York Times

Elena Shao, July 27, 2022, Section A, Page 16 of the New York edition with the headline: Floods, Climate Change And the Future Forecast.


Become an official member of we4all and help us create a better future for all.

Plant trees. Help with a child’s environmental education. Help restore the ecosystem. Fight global warming.

Any monthly membership is important because you are giving us the means necessary to keep on fighting for our planet’s future…our future.

Your membership will go to support:

-Tree Planting / Reforestation actions in areas that need it the most

-Watering and caring for our planted trees

-Protecting and preserving forest land

-Cleaning up sea shores, woodlands and urban areas

-Local we4all groups all over the world to expand their environmental actions

-Organizing seminars and lectures in schools and other organizations to raise environmental awareness

-Empowering people in various areas of the world to work for nature

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