According to IPCCC, there is overwhelming scientific evidence and consensus that climate change is real as indicated in temperatures, volatility in rainfall and rise in sea levels. Other natural catastrophes that come as a result of climate change include prolonged droughts, huge floods, diseases, hunger, poverty and deaths especially for the most vulnerable, the poor and the less fortunate. It is imperative that climate change be taken as real due to the ample scientific evidence as perceived in the environment. It is not easy to find lasting solutions to the type of catastrophes that are associated with climate change but future generations should be made aware of this phenomenon because they must be prepared in every aspect to face the inevitable. The future generations should psychologically be prepared to try and cope with the new challenges in nearly all the parts of the world at different times due to climate change. This is a standard teaching text and resource book for undergraduate and postgraduate programs at Universities in the Schools of Pure and Applied Sciences, Environmental Science and Environmental Education.