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Since the industrial revolution the activities of humankind increasing emission of Green House Gases (GHG) will induce
a long-term change in the universal environment. These gases comprise mainly, Carbon-dioxide (CO
) mostly from fuel
combustion in vehicles, aero planes, and locomotives and burning of woods in domestic as well as industries, and in combination
with temperature-trapping gases like methane (CH
) from different sources of production, nitrous oxide and various human-
made chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs). The presence of these gases in the lower part of atmosphere has contributed to the rapid
increase in global average temperature. And it takes progressive part in climate change.
This Climate change is expected to increase average temperatures as well as the number and intensity of heat-waves. These
are associated with increases in morbidity and mortality in the very short time span, especially in populations who are not
conformed to extremely hot weather. Particular risk groups include persons with respiratory and cardiovascular disorders; the
aged, as well as physically and mentally handicapped and others who are not capable of caring for them-selves during an extreme
event of heat-waves are at major concern.
The increase in temperatures makes water shortage and water in great quantity resulting from flooding or heavy precipitation
has been shown to be related to diseases like diarrhea. After a flood-event, rates of diarrhoeal disease, includes cholera, also
increases, especially in areas where poor sanitation facilities. Heavy rainfall, even without flooding, may increase rates of
diarrhoeal disease as toilets or sewage systems overflow. Increases in surface run-off may contaminate water sources. With the
heavy precipitation it is expected to become more common that rates of diarrhoeal diseases may increase.
Sagar Gawande, completed my Diploma in Civil and Rural Engineering, from Dr. Punjabrao Deshmukh Polytechnic, Amrawati and Bachelor of
Engineering from Amrawati University of Maharastra, now pursuing Master Degree in Environmental Engineering from same university, having
professional life memberships of Indian Water Works Association (IWWA) as well as for India Chapter of American Concrete Institute (ACI). Since
last two years working as lecturer in Civil Engineering Department at Rajgad Dnyanpeeth?s Technical Campus, Shree Chattrapati Shivajiraje College
of Engineering, affiliated to Pune University. Actively concentrate on climate change from last three-four years
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