Secondly, there is a worldwide ice melting more so at the earth poles. Thirdly, many butterflies as well as alpine plants are now quickly moving to the north where it is cooler. Fourthly, is the increase of precipitation across to globe. Fifthly, is the decline of the Adelie penguins on Antarctica where for instance their numbers have dropped significantly from 32000 breeding pairs to 11000 within the last thirty years. However, the most significant consequences are firstly, the booming of spruce bark beetles, which have chewed up to four million acres of spruce trees in Alaska. Firstly, the Ecosystem will change in that some species will end up moving to the north in order to survive. On the other hand, those species that would not be successful in moving to the north could become extinct because of the unfavorable living environments. Secondly, sea levels would rise between seven, twenty-three inches towards the end of the century, and if the trend continues at the poles, it could add four and eight inches. Thirdly, species that depend on one another could become discordant. For instance, plants could bloom a bit earlier that their pollinating insects’ active season. Conversely, the most significant consequences would be first, the increase of the hurricanes and other storms that would in turn become stronger. Secondly, there could be a spread of dangerous diseases such malaria that is carried by mosquitoes. Thirdly, there would be less fresh water available.