A couple of weeks ago, in the middle of October, several nations across the globe reached a consensus to implement a protocol targeted to reducing emissions of hydrofluorocarbons , better known as HFCs. At first glance, I did not understand how potent this compound was, much less the adverse effect it has on our planet. We all know of how destructive carbon dioxide (CO2) can be to our planet. After reading the article on epa.gov, they said that HFCs are a hundred times more powerful than carbon dioxide emissions. Unbelievable. That could also mean, at least 10 times more destructive and more impactful than CO2. Year after year, our emissions of this compound is about 15% – 20%. Houston, we have a problem!
Climate Change and Storms by City Tech Blogger Agha Ibrahim Akram
The effects of climate change are becoming more apparent with each passing year. One of the most significant and visible manifestations of climate change is the increase in severe storms. The frequency and intensity of storms has been on the rise in recent years, causing destruction and loss