Your dumped garbage is accelerating desertification
33% of garbage generated in the world goes directly into landfill. (Source: World Bank)
20% of the global methane emissions are contributed by landfill sites. (Source: IJERT)
As the concentration of methane and other greenhouse gases increases, radiative forcing and global mean surface temperature increases. (Source: The University of Arizona)
There has been global mean warming of 0.3 to 0.6 degrees centigrade over the past one hundred years, a very rapid rate of change compared to past changes in climate. (Source: The University of Arizona)
Global warming affects evapotranspiration, the process of water release from plants and soil. (Source: Nature.com)
With the increase in global temperature, evapotranspiration increases and depletes groundwater. (Source: Science Direct)
Depletion of groundwater causes increased incidences of drought, which dries up water holes. (Source: National Geographic)
Global warming is predicted to increase the area of existing deserts, which already cover a quarter of Earth. (Source: National Geographic)
On this World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought, we want you to make a simple pledge: to reduce your waste.
LET US DO OUR SMALL BIT
LET US SAVE THE PLANET EARTH.
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