Abstract—The paper, illustrated the Brunt of global house effect on flora & fauna, its underlying impacts, and attempts to spruce down it with the alliance of all individuals. The paper shows that, as an outcome of global warming, climate changes have reached irregular levels with rainfall and hurricanes of unusual intensity. Everyday gases such as carbon dioxide, carbon mono oxide are released to warm the earth, allowing it to be a place that can be inhabited by flora & fauna. However once the fauna, became higher in population, the warming of the earth was easier to identify .The paper also warns of what will happen if action is not taken in time and discusses positive and negative economic probabilities on flora & fauna. Flora and fauna forms a major part of biodiversity. The paper concludes that it takes time for people to amend their attitudes. This paper puts forward an ecological model for understanding the impact of greenhouse warming on the natural environment.
Index Terms—Conservation, Causes, Ecosystem, Flora &Fauna, Global warming, Greenhouse gases
*Department of Applied Science and Humanities, Kanpur Institute of Technology, Kanpur 208001; email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Mob. no. 9415556781
1 Department of Mechanical engineering, Kanpur Institute of Technology, Kanpur- 208001; email: email@example.com. mob. no. 9451918258
Corresponding author: Dr. Anshu Srivastava*
Cite: Dr. Anshu Srivastava, Mr. Shakun Srivastava, "Brunt of Global House Effect on Flora and Fauna," International Journal of Environmental Science and Development vol. 1, no. 4, pp. 318-320, 2010.