The Movement Essay

452 words - 2 pages

GLOBAL WARMING
J.Cumm.
American Intercontinental University

Global Warming
Global warming is the greatest challenge that our planet is facing. In fact the increase in the temperature of the earth’s air, several current trends clearly demonstrates that global warming is impacting our environment. Many people around the world are debating the facts about global warming. The problem of global warming has been unsolvable; researchers have various problems that we as humans have inflicted on the earth. Because of the fact that we are contributing to the global warming through our activities of burning of fossil fuels, industrial plants, farming and deforestation activities are only phases that the ...view middle of the document...

Subsequently there are consequences that society as a whole has to deal with like the rise of sea levels, melting of snow and ice glaciers, climate changes, floods and droughts.

All in which can be disastrous (absolute astronomy, 2011). With the significant changes in our climate, our agricultural industries are becoming deserts and its making it difficult for crops to grow and with the bad economic conditions people will have to move, for that reason it’s very important to carefully manage the greenhouse effect by reducing the amount of carbon dioxide that is going into the air and planting more trees. There have to be some way to control global warming with the growing needs of humans, the burning of fossil fuels, coal burning power plants and gasoline gulping cars that spew carbon dioxide into the air which also cause air and ocean temperatures to rise, which results into increasingly wild weathers and climate changes.

In conclusion global warming has been a major concern for years and it will continue. Individuals have a different reasoning’s for different concerns and global warming is a concern that will always have two sides, but as long as the environment is kept clean, the atmosphere will remain the same. Taking a look at both sides can give an understanding of global warming along with its effects to ensure what is needed to make our environment sustainable.

References:
Absolutes Astronomy.(2011) effects of global warming.
http;//www.absoluteastronomy.com/topics/effects of global warming
Scholastic Super science.Apr2013, vol.24 issue7,p10-13.4p
Gallup Pull Briefing;4/8/2013,p1-1,1p

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