Saturday, September 5, 2015

Snows at Kilimanjaro melting rate increases in 2015, global warming effect

Global warming effect is increasing and snows of Kilimanjaro melting is reported increased.

Tourists climbing Kilimanjaro have noticed reduced snow at Kilimanjaro Summit. We can agree that Snow has declined tremendously over centuries.Climate change has affected local weather of Kilimanjaro glacier and hence much effort is needed to be gained again.Snows of Kilimanjaro, the highest mountain in Africa may melt down resulting to bare volcano at roof of Africa. Donors can grant some few Dollars and book Kilimanjaro trekking adventures to help raise funds for conservation. Environment conservation is highly needed by planting natural indigenous trees and invite local communities to participate.

Global warming is effect of climate damage and is affecting agriculture due to continuous drought, livestock and hydroelectric generation. So Generally global warming effect economy. Climate damage results to global warming such as glacier melting and hence destroy beauty of Kilimanjaro. If glacier will be left to disappear, then tourism will be affected hence reduce number of travelers booking Kilimanjaro climb.

Snows of Kilimanjaro is said to disappear by 2030, how ever this will not happen if air pollution is controlled. Ohio State University's Lonnie Thompson predicted situation is not good for glaciers to remain for sometime ahead.

Booking climbing Mount Kilimanjaro tours is best option to participate on Kilimanjaro environmental conservation and enjoy world natural wonder Africa. Plan and organize Kilimanjaro climb through Kilimanjaro Travel Adventure Safaris Ltd.