Water and Climate Change
Ever-intensifying climate change affects the world in various forms. Global warming leads the rise of temperature on the earth and the subsequent thawing that result in sea-level rise which reduces residential areas and threatens the safety of coastal cities.
Likewise, increasing averaged surface temperature affects heat waves and precipitation which may change the frequency and intensity of droughts and floods, and aggravates water problems.
Conducting research on the correlation between climate change and water problems and discussing the reduction methods of climate change in order to contribute solutions to water problems