On a daily basis, climate change causes a number of negative effects on the Earth’s environment. Here are some of the most important ones:
1) The Earth is getting warmer. Temperatures are rising and air pollution is increasing, which can cause severe health conditions like asthma and allergies.
2) The oceans are becoming more acidic at an alarming rate, which affects all marine species that live there.
3) Climate change is causing extreme weather events—such as hurricanes, floods, droughts and wildfires—to occur more frequently than ever before.
4) Sea levels are rising at an alarming rate due to melting ice caps in Greenland and Antarctica (among other reasons), which will eventually flood coastal cities around the world and displace millions of people from their homes.
5) Glaciers and ice sheets are melting at an alarming rate because they’re absorbing more solar radiation than they used to do before human activity started releasing so much carbon dioxide into the atmosphere through burning fossil fuels such as coal or oil for energy production purposes; this phenomenon could eventually lead to sea level rise even greater than what we see today if things continue like this without any intervention by governments around the world