Global Warming can affect a lot of things to our planet,especially if we do anything about it , I think we should ask ourselves, Are the Effects of Global Warming Really that Bad? The answer is yes, even a slight average temperature rise is enough to cause a dramatic transformation of our planet.For example: One example of the effects of higher temperature are more frequent and severe weather,Higher temperatures are making things worse in many types of disasters, for example storms, heat waves, floods, and droughts. A warmer climate creates an atmosphere that collect, retain, and drop more water, changing weather patterns in such a way that wet areas become wetter and dry areas drier, this can affect the nature by living plants or animals with less water or less food.Other example of the effects of Global Warming are Dirtier air by this I mean rising the temperature also worsen air pollution by increasing ground level ozone(gases surround the earth). Dirtier air is linked to higher hospital admission rates and higher death rates for asthmatics. It worsens the health of people suffering from cardiac or pulmonary disease. And warmer temperatures also significantly increase airborne pollen, which is bad news for those who suffer from hay fever and other allergies.Global Warming can affect higher wildlife extinction rates as well, In land and sea there experience of quickly changes, the animals that inhabit them are doomed to disappears if they don’t adapt quickly enough.Many lands,freshwater and ocean animals are moving to ranges to cooler climes or higher altitudes.They are changing seasonal behaviors and traditional migration patterns.But still many animals are dangerously in extinction risk because of the climate change.A study in 2015 showed that vertebrate species (animals with backbones) are disappearing 114 times faster than they should be Another issue that we should worry about is more acid oceans.Oceans are starting to become more acidic, if this acidification accelerates it poses a serious threat to underwater life,specially animals with calcium carbonate shells or skeletons(including mollusks,crabs and corals), this can really affect shellfisheries (exoskeleton-bearing aquatic invertebrates) The last one but not less important is higher sea levels.The polar regions are extremely vulnerable to a warming atmosphere.The temperatures in the Arctic are rising twice as fast as they suppose to be, this is causing the melting of the world’s ice sheets.This not only has consequences for the place where people,wildlife or plant live,this is most serious in rising sea levels.Its is estimated that our oceans will be 1-4 feet higher by 2100,frightening coastal systems and low-lying areas , like New York ,Los Angeles, Miami,Sydney and Rio de Janeiro.