Climate Change

This period is the warmest in the history of Modern Civilization.

The world has warmed over the last 150 years, especially over the last six decades, and that warming has triggered many other changes to Earth’s climate. Effects that were predicted in the past are now occurring, and researchers around the world have documented changes in surface, atmospheric, and oceanic temperatures. As per the Climate Science Special Report of Fourth National Climate Assessment (NCA4), trends like more intense heat waves, accelerated sea level rise, upper-ocean heat content, land-based ice melt, depth of seasonal permafrost thaw, and other climate variables provide consistent evidence of a warming planet.

1 IPCC scientists have forecasted a temperature rise of 2.5 to 10 degrees Fahrenheit over the next century

2 Global average sea levels are expected to rise by 1–4 feet by 2100

3 Earlier spring melt and reduced snowpack are already affecting water resources

4 The global atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO2) concentration has now passed 400 parts per million (PPM)

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Creating Lasting Environmental Impact

National Appropriate Mitigation Actions (NAMA) Phase 1

Our Contribution Every Day, In Every Way

Reversing the effects of Climate Change requires conserving natural resources and taking steps to optimize their consumption. Ecoparadigm is assisting leaders, public departments, and urban developers on a global scale by providing insights, ideas, and specific solutions to combat climate change and increase liveability. Many of our projects provide added value and serve purposes improving social cohesion and/or protecting biodiversity.