Time : 2021-10-08 17:37:21
Điểm: 9/10
There simply isn't enough water to sustain agriculture. And drought years have been becoming more frequent over the past decades. Aside from agriculture, the forests are suffering as well. Throughout Europe, vast regions are plagued by dead and dying trees. Experts point to climate change as the overriding factor. But climate change alone isn't responsible for the droughts that have battered Europe over the past 20 years. The dry spells are sparked or at least exacerbated by the misuse of natural resources. Especially the destruction of topsoil. Humanity's very existence impacts weather conditions this creates Vicious Cycles in which heat leads to drought and drought leads to more heat. In the end, forests can no longer perform one of their most important duties absorbing CO2.

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