Cape Town - Global warming is on the rise due to the
increasing 'greenhouse' effect. The greenhouse effect is created by an
increasing amount of carbon dioxide, CFC's and other pollutants. The Paris
Climate accord is a method being implemented in order to tackle this but with
water levels slowly rising it is important to look at what would happen to SA. South Africa's coastline would be the most damaged - Cape Town's West coast and Saldanha Bay would not longer exist. Mitchell's Plain would be 'swimming in water'. KZN would experience a loss of National Parks such as iSimangaliso, which would become part of the ocean life. Rising water levels would cause irrefutable damage to the ecosystem in SA. This clip provided by This is ZAfrica - is a reminder to decrease our greenhouse gas emission in our daily lives.