Eng. Adel Tawfiq, Vice President of the One Million Young Volunteers Climate Ambassadors Initiative, said that the achievement of the initiative during this year was more than expected, stressing the importance of addressing climate changes, and making efforts to adapt to these changes, as climate can be defined as monitoring the 5 climate phenomena. Humidity, winds, rain and pressure over long years that reach hundreds of years, such as monitoring climate change year after year or 10 years.
Addressing climate change is a duty and a divine mandate
Tawfiq added, in an interview on the Egyptian Al-Thanya Channel, that recent studies monitored the impact of the industrial revolution on the earth’s temperature, as the earth’s temperature began to increase in conjunction with monitoring the presence of global warming, stressing that monitoring climate change is a duty and a divine mandate, which is what It is evident in what the Lord Almighty said in His Holy Book: “I will make you a caliph on earth.”
Climate change occurs in the troposphere.
The Vice President of the One Million Young Volunteers Climate Ambassadors initiative explained that what is meant by land in the Qur’anic verse is dry land and water, since man cannot live without water, pointing out that the air surrounding the earth represents 500 kilometers surrounding the globe, and the existing air consists of layers, pointing to Climate changes occur in the troposphere, the first layer of the atmosphere.