To begin with , there is absolutely no consensus whatsoever as to the extent of the problem. One article (“On Global”, 1:18) simply maintains that the models available to judge the damage that global warming causes are just too ‘ primitive and insufficient. Both technological and economical models used to deal with the subject seem flawed. Additionally, the question arises as to whether the U.S. should have to calculate the cost of cleaning up the environment for countries like India and China that are too poor to give the matter priority. But another article (Reuter, C:7) maintains that the effects of global warming are alr... ... middle of paper ... ...es on carbon based fuels and timetables for monitoring progress.
Dating back to the fourteenth century and up until the nineteenth century, people were heavily affected by unusual climates. For example, during the sixteenth and seventeenth century, the g... ... middle of paper ... ...at is happening now and it will be a few thousand years before we can expect natural causes to drive the climate toward a new ice age. According to Stoll, growing up as a species, means accepting that we are neither blessed by the heavens nor refiners of the natural order. Thus, no actual order truly exists. For example, on Earth, there is no set natural climate, normal rate of extinction and no perfect ecosystem.
Yes we need to continue to hold industries accountable for their greenhouse emissions slowing down global warming but we cannot stand on this decision alone. Its time to prepare by tackling climate change now giving us time to make decisions that will have a long-lasting affect making a better world for all. Works Cited The New North seed magazine As the international community focuses on climate change as the great crisis of our era, it is ignoring another looming problem: the global crisis in land use. Seed Magazine
On the other hand the evaluation of the current temperature is dropping quickly and there could be a time where the world would face ice age and not global warming. People should think out of the box and see the reality than depending on old researches and old results. There is global warming, but it never exists in our future.
Over the past four billion years, the earth has gone through many natural cycles of warming and cooling. I do not believe in the theory that is known as global warming. It is obvious that there has been increase in carbon dioxide and the enlarged level of Co2 but it has nothing to do with the outcome of climate change. Since the global warming series has been generally acknowledged as the Global Warming “Doctrine,” a careful investigation of the doctrine is evidently defensible. All this has been done in the name to exterminate the emission of the Co2 to save the Earth’s atmosphere from collective heating.
They argue that their has not been a big temperature change in almost two decades. They also bring up the point of there not being enough data in the climate history to draw the conclusion of what is happening in the climate now is abnormal. Scientist started to record climate change around the 1800’s which many people believe is not enough data to do a comparison. Another reason some believe that climate change is not real is because of some instances where a scientist predicts a date of a significant climate change never happens. Rinkesh writes, “ For example:- Al Gore predicted that all Arctic ice would be gone by 2013.
There are mainly two separate arguments for global warming and climate change. Some people believe that global warming and climate change do exist, and humans may have caused these problems. Others believe that global warming and climate change are simply natural cycles of the earth, or simply does not exist. Global warming and climate change are argued both as environmental issues caused by humans, and also largely exaggerated natural occurrences. Most people don’t understand that there is, in fact, a difference between global warming and climate change.
On top of that even if we succeed in thinking that something is a threat, we are less reactive than if we sense that it is a threat. Since we cannot even comprehend climate changes presence in our world right now it also makes it extremely difficult for us to comprehend how our anthropogenic actions of today will affect future generations all over the world. Therefore, because climate change does not present itself visually to us, we as humans are not only unable to recognize the problem but would be unable to solve the problem as well. Resulting in the fact that we as humans are stuck with climate
While the AGW is being argued there is also the issue of what is called the Kyoto Protocol which many scientists have urged the U.S. government “not to sign”, saying that the increase in Greenhouse Gases is a result of increased atmospheric carbon dioxide caused environmentally. These scientists have signed a petition to stop the Kyoto Protocol on the basis that there is no scientific evidence to support the claims that human activity and the release carbon dioxide, methane, or other greenhouse gases are causing the climate change. Focusing on the argument; is it natural greenhouse gases causing the climate change or is it a direct result of human interference; or is it in part caused by both phenomenons? The earth has been going through a rotating cycle of warming and cooling since time began. This is a supported fact.
For example, the West Antarctic Ice Sheet in Antarctica has not started melting. Even NASA scientists have admitted that they exaggerated in saying that the West Antarctic Ice Sheet would melt and saying that the sea level is rising. After thoroughly studying the West Antarctic Ice sheet, scientists and researchers have found no evidence of any significant melting. Those who say global warming is true are merely exaggerating that fact. Secondly, the temperature on Earth has barely risen.