Climate change causes destruction because it creates conditions contrary to the ones we and all other forms of life have become accustomed to. For example, we build near to the coast because it has been land for many years. However, as sea levels rise due to an increase in the earth’s temperature, these areas will be closer to the destruction caused by tides and storms. In addition, more water evaporates in warmer atmospheric conditions, which in turn leads to heavier rains and floods. In addition, other areas will become arid, leading to forest fires and droughts that cannot sustain life. We and all other species would need to adapt to these new conditions in order to cope and no longer categorize them as destructive.
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