According to a foreign news agency, a study has revealed that the melting of ice has increased by 65% ??worldwide. According to the report, 28 trillion tons of ice has been melted and is the equivalent of a 300-foot-thick sheet of ice across the UK from 1994 to 2017. Experts have also declared that the melting of ice is dangerous to humans and wildlife. Researchers in the UK and Denmark have strictly warned that if global warming continues, the sea levels will rise another 17 centimeters, putting 16 million people at risk of coastal flooding each year. Rising temperatures disrupt the earth’s natural systems. Therefore, the snow from the mountains is melting fast. It is a fact that if the weather gets worse then life becomes more difficult. Thus, If the earth continues to heat up, it may become an uninhabitable or non-living planet. A team led by Benjamin Hamel, a professor of environmental and earth sciences at the University of Rochester in New York, said in a study that the fossil fuel industry could control the amount of methane in its greenhouse gases. The effects of global warming can be overcomed in less time. In a span of nine years, Methane gas will be eliminated from the atmosphere, while carbon dioxide will remain for another 90 years. Research has shown that reducing carbon dioxide emissions may not be of immediate benefit to humans. We will have to wait for a century for the desired results. Both Carbon dioxide and Methane are scientific and natural causes of global warming. These gases draw a circle in the atmosphere above our earth that allows heat from the sun to come to the earth, but does not go back, causing the earth’s temperature to rise. Similarly, According to a recent scientific study, methane gas is a major contributor to global warming and has increased 150-fold in our atmosphere over the past three centuries. But on the one hand, the positive side of methane is that it stays in the atmosphere for a very short time and within about 9 years it disappears from our atmosphere. It maintains its presence for a hundred years.