In this paper we try to cover those resources which were frequently used by our forefathers and now at the present time it is missing somewhere. Having these opportunities to use those resources we could save our planet by the stroke of global warming. Environment scientists are agreed that the major cause of global warming is the emission of green house gases realizing the alarming effects of global warming in many places of the world, environmentalists are calling for urgent measures to save the earth. The climatic changes have acquired a significant concern for the society. The various factors contributing for it included the excessive use of fossil fuel, ecological imbalance etc. A rise in earth’s temperatures can in turn root to other alterations in the ecology, including an increasing sea level and modifying the quantity and pattern of rainfall. In this research paper focusing area is traditional aspects which controlling the effect of global warming since last many decades. People forgot the traditional mode like pond management, uses of well in village, usages of animals dungs and some other aspects which had been uses since many years back. In this paper these all aspects has been touched and researcher try to find out the possible impacts over the climate. These modifications may boost the occurrence and concentration of severe climate events, such as floods, famines, heat waves, tornados, and twisters. Other consequences may comprise of higher or lower agricultural outputs, glacier melting, lesser summer stream flows, genus extinctions and rise in the ranges of disease vectors. With the growing attention of climate change and its associated problems, there is need to impart training in the field of climate change, and use of ancient resources to prevent the prevalence of occurrences in near future.
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Amit K. Srivastva . Traditional Solutions to Encounter Global Warming. Asian J. Management 1(1): Jan. – Mar. 2010 page 22-25.
Amit K. Srivastva . Traditional Solutions to Encounter Global Warming. Asian J. Management 1(1): Jan. – Mar. 2010 page 22-25. Available on: https://ajmjournal.com/AbstractView.aspx?PID=2010-1-1-5