What are the reasons for the bad condition of the earth?

The bad condition of the earth has been a cause for the severe storms that hit the US recently, but, are the storms really bad, or are the earth conditions bad? Every day a lot of things are happening that do not give any good impression about the state of the world.

The animals, the sea, lakes, rivers, and the air itself are not in a good condition. Living creatures are getting extinct like fish, birds, and insects. Earthquakes, fires, and water shortage are the other effects of the bad condition of the earth. The world population, too, is increasing because of the bad condition of the earth. Some countries are now living in a terrible situation because of the bad conditions.

Reasons for the bad condition of the earth
Reasons for the bad condition of the earth

The bad condition of the earth is not only a danger for the earth but for human beings too. The temperatures are getting too high day by day and it is making people sick. The other day there was a deadly earthquake in Mexico. Last year the magnitude 7.0 earthquake hit Pakistan and it was the deadliest quake to ever hit the country. The Pakistan Meteorological Department recorded a tsunami warning for the coastal region. Since then, most of the people are being evacuated from the coast.

Reasons for bad condition of the earth

There a lots of reason behind the bad condition of the earth. In this blog post i will explain some of the biggset reasons and some news from some reports and news.


Earth’s population has doubled about every 18 years since the beginning of human civilization. The rapid increase in the human population is widely believed to be unsustainable, and is often cited as a reason for the idea that "there will not be enough resources for everyone to have a decent life". However, research on this topic demonstrates that this is not the case.

Overpopulation proponents often point to the fact that the human population has been increasing at an exponential rate and thus if the population did indeed reach one billion in a few decades, the subsequent growth would leave humanity with a dearth of resources. However, the increase in population has not been exponential but rather exponential with a fairly flat slope in the past 150 years. Thus, it is not an exponential expansion at the current rate; instead, it is a more normal and sustained growth.

One reason for this can be found in the fact that the cost of basic necessities such as food and energy has been decreasing due to advances in agriculture, making it affordable for most people to increase their consumption.


the big reason for  pollution caused by humans are the mining and forestry activities in China . Even though their practice is illegal, China has been exporting massive amounts of mined metals and especially aluminum to the rest of the world. Many of these metals are recycled and remanufactured by American companies.

Aluminum is used to make thousands of different things, including military aircraft, consumer electronics, and vehicles. As a result, the demand for aluminum is higher than ever, and this is something that the Chinese mining industry is trying to capitalize on.

The biggest problem is that the Chinese government isn't doing enough to protect its own environment and allow its own people to enjoy the natural resources they have been stealing.

As a result, China is facing more pressure than ever from its neighbors and the international community to lower its production of aluminum and to start producing the metal more responsibly and in a sustainable way.

Many companies have already responded by replacing or reforming their traditional recycling programs with more sustainable ones. This is a step in the right direction, but the Chinese mining industry is still contaminating the environment.

Burning fossil fuels

Burning fossil fuels contribute to a rise in average global temperatures by 0.9 degrees Celsius over pre-industrial levels.

After UN member states adopted the Paris Agreement on climate change in December, the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) agreed on a post-2020 goal for the global annual average temperature to be no more than 1.5 degrees Celsius higher than pre-industrial levels.
One of the primary strategies that countries are taking to meet this target is to decrease their greenhouse gas emissions in order to reduce global warming.

Burning fossil fuels contributes to a rise in average global temperatures by 0.9 degrees Celsius over pre-industrial levels.

With over two months of the year having passed, so far, scientists estimate that 2017 is set to be one of the top 10 warmest years on record. In light of this, here are 10 facts about climate change that just might surprise you.

Increasing CO2, Not Greenhouse Gases, Cause Global Warming Carbon dioxide (CO2) has been thought to be the dominant cause of the current warming, but a team of researchers at the University of Reading has made a striking discovery: this does not appear to be true. 

Global Warming

Global warming is already changing the weather far beyond the temperature that scientists measure.

Blizzards are getting bigger in North America and Siberia. Sea ice is melting in the Arctic and California is about to run out of water. Extreme heatwaves have set off fires in the West and been linked to spiraling health problems.

It may seem like a mad scramble, but scientists say it’s pretty simple: As the world warms, it gets wetter and that triggers wild changes in the weather.

Right now, there’s an extra bit of that tropospheric water vapor than normal, and it’s messing with the weather.

“We once thought of the atmosphere as a closed system — that the weather outside our windows didn’t have anything to do with what was happening inside,” said Princeton University climate scientist Michael Oppenheimer. “But now we know that the atmosphere is more like a kudzu-covered tree trunk. Outside influences can advect water inside.”

The Water Levels

Rain and snowmelt are the water sources for most of the world’s people and ecosystems. When they increase, so do flooding and river erosion.

Scientists say global warming in recent decades has increased the amount of summer rain that falls as rain rather than snow, because warmer air holds more water. Also, more water naturally rises when it cools, so more of it spills out of rivers instead of running into the sea.

Half of the extra water on the planet last year went into storm drains and canals, said the University of Colorado’s Chris Field, co-author of a report published Monday in the journal Nature Climate Change.

Several studies say global warming is likely to swell seas by .3 feet (0.1 metres) or more this century.

News and Reports related with bad condition of the earth

A recent report by the UK report indicated that the Earth's crust is made up of 67 percent solid rock and 28 percent liquid water and oil and gas.

The report further revealed that even the fact that our land is flat is an illusion as the Earth's core is a solid sphere. It is an Earth-girder-like metallic region within the planet that has a radius of about 5,470 miles (9,000 kilometers), weighs about 70 percent of the planet's total mass, and is 20.5 miles (32 kilometers) thick.

After much research, scientists had also said that the amount of water on the Earth can increase by up to 100 times in the future in case of continued global warming. Moreover, it can also turn the oceans into a new source of greenhouse gas.

These are some of the reasons behind the bad condition of the planet that was not created by humans, and the list of these reasons are also something that could be relied upon by both the parties in the upcoming battle of words over the global warming issue.

In all seriousness, the news about the bad condition of the planet comes after United States President Donald Trump announced that he would withdraw his country from the Paris Climate Agreement, the landmark deal to control climate change. This agreement was signed by 195 countries of the world.

Now, several other countries have called Trump's decision unfortunate and blame the US government for putting the country in a bad reputation. The green nations have now decided to take up the mantle of "Climate Justice" by pushing back Trump's move to the next level.

"This cannot be allowed to happen. The world has signed and we are all committed. We all want to do this," German Chancellor Angela Merkel told the European Parliament on Wednesday. "Mr. Trump is moving away from the Paris agreement, but I would like to say that Europe is not pulling back."

Meanwhile, Trump's latest tweet on the issue in question took him back to the argument that the United States contributes less to the problem than other countries, which makes him appear as the champion of the planet.

"In order to fulfill my solemn duty to protect America and its citizens, the United States will withdraw from the Paris climate accord but being negotiations to reenter either the Paris accord or an entirely new transaction under terms that are fair to the United States, its businesses, its workers, its people, its taxpayers," Trump said in a speech at the White House.

The statement drew huge reactions from the environmentalists, and major figures of the world including former United States Vice President Al Gore called Trump "a dangerous fool."

"Today, President Trump is abdicating the leadership offered by the American people to protect the earth for our children and grandchildren. For the sake of our children and grandchildren, today's action is a turning point in the life of our nation. We're about to enter a new age," Gore said.

This is not the first time that Trump's administration has come under fire over the climate change issue. After Trump's announcement, the United Nations General Assembly adopted a non-binding resolution in which over 120 countries demanded that the United States reverse its decision and join the climate deal.

Trump said he would keep an open mind about the Paris deal for now and will make a final decision this year. He also invited French President Emmanuel Macron to visit him at the White House.

"Very nice of him to invite me to Paris," Trump said. "Maybe we will work something out."

"The decision by the president to withdraw from the Paris Accord has had a domino effect. In Scotland, we have signed a climate change agreement. And in the United States, we have seen massive demonstrations," Macron said in response to Trump's remarks.

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