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Lesson 1: Climate Change (in Hindi)
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This is course in Basics of energy and Environment which is specially design for ESE paper 1 (preliminary) those who are looking for high quality content in a precise manner in very quick time.

Kartik Bhardwaj is teaching live on Unacademy Plus

Kartik Bhardwaj
Executive in PSU ,YouTuber , Motivational speaker,6 year teaching experience, top educator in ECE catagory

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no facts and figure...kindly mention facts and figure of India as well as world
thank's intersitng entusitictec
sir please complete this subject of ese
sir i just started today studying environment and completed 2 parts today i will complete part 3 also. these lectures are fab. sir truly maza aa gya. :)
Kartik Bhardwaj
a year ago
hehehe thankx bhai :)
Are these lectures useful for freshly starting students? i mean the students without any knowledge of General studies even dont know basics
Kartik Bhardwaj
2 years ago
hope that it will not disappoint you in anyway
Why dont you provide those materials in the form of pdfs sir?
Kartik Bhardwaj
2 years ago
so that you can write it down by your own...
Kartik Bhardwaj
2 years ago
you respond to every lecture.. thanks for this.. plz leave ur geninue feedback after completing the course.

  2. CLIMATE CHANGE Long-term shift in weather conditions identified by changes in temperature, precipitation, winds, and other indicators. Involve both changes in average conditions and changes in variability, including, for example, frequency of extreme events. May be positive or negative. CAUSES OF CLIMATE CHANGE Any factor that causes a sustained change to the amount of incoming energy or the amount of outgoing energy can lead to climate change. Factors that cause climate change can be divided into two categories - those related to natural processes and those related to human activity. Natural Causes The Earth's climate can be affected by natural factors that are external to the climate system, such as changes in volcanic activity, solar output, and the Earth's orbit around the Sun .the two factors relevant on timescales of contemporary climate change are changes in volcanic activity and changes in solar radiation.