Global Warming is a condition caused by greenhouse gases and human activities. The increased concentration of greenhouse gases due to activities such as deforestation and fossil fuel burning is causing the Earth’s atmosphere and oceans to warm up. As a result of this, global warming has some serious effects in the shape of extreme weather, species extinctions, and rising sea levels. These effects can contribute to the changes that are taking place all over the world, most of which are dangerous enough to pose a threat to the survival of life on Earth in the future. Of all the effects of global warming, the extreme weather that is taking place all over the world is the most obvious one.
There are many consequences of global warming. The ice caps are melting, this is ruining habitats and endangering many animals that rely on the ice caps as well as causing a massive rise in the sea-level. Over the past hundred years, sea-levels have risen by 4-8 inches. This could potentially harm coastal regions such as the Netherlands or the Gulf of Mexico. Another consequence of global warming is the forming of deadly weather patterns.
The heat from global warming will also cause pests to multiply fast which will also lead to less crops. Global warming will also make water difficult to give to livestock which will cause dehydration and mass death in livestock population. There will also be an Increase of water temperature harming fisheries and wild seafood population. These impacts can threaten human health through malnutrition, food poisoning, and diseases. There is concern that climate change will have very negative affect on human life and the environment.
Global warming is the most dangerous phenomenal, because it can cause some other phenomenal by changing the ecological balance. As we know, each problem has a solution and Global Warming is one of the problems that have some suggested solution after studying the problems by the scientists. Global warming is the increase of the amount of the Greenhouse gases, the gases that keep the sun heat in the atmosphere, more than the natural state. The increase of the Greenhouse gases causes a rise in the average climate of the planet. Human activities cause the greenhouse gases to accumulate in the atmosphere, and cause an increase in the global warming.
The ramifications of these extreme meteorological c... ... middle of paper ... ... pressure on human life is likely to have effects across the board. The reality of global warming is one that is both in need of immediate and future addressing on a wide scale because of its implications for the future life of humans and other species on Earth. As we have learned 97% of scientists agree that increased global warming in the past century was caused by human activity and continues to be caused by human activity today (Global warming: Vital signs). It is potentially a vey serious problem on both a local and global scale, causing imbalances and threats to human life, safety, access to vital resources, and the environment and biosphere as a whole, and as such, increased efforts must be made to mitigate the effects that are already becoming evident through changes in water, sea levels and natural habitats worldwide. Page 3
We may not like it but climate change is one of the most important issues that have effects in many parts in our daily lives. If climate change isn’t slowed down it will have a significant impact on global temperature, sea levels, human diseases, and wildlife. Climate change will have an impact on global temperature. Greenhouse gases, emitted by power plants, automobiles, and fossil fuels, are keeping more heat in the Earth's atmosphere. This heat trapping is causing average temperatures to rise all over the world.
This damage would lead the levels of the oceans to rise and would cause damage to coastal cities and islands. This would cause serious problems for the different species living in the oceans and could some disease. Especially diseases caused by mosquitoes which love warm and humid climates. There are many ideas and solutions to stop global warming. It is very difficult to reverse this process once it is started.
On top of the warming due to greenhouse gases, there are also holes in our O-Zone layer, which blocks out over 90% of the UV rays, and also the weakening of our atmosphere. What is global warming? Usually when people think of Global warming, it's the normal Ice Caps melting and warm winters, which is partly true. Global Warming is the accelerated rate in the increase of temperature. But they are ignorant to the fact that Global warming can and will cause so much more damage to us soon in the future, along with these effects we will also face Food Shortages from the extreme weathers, heating that can actually damage you, and water contamination.
Humans will be affected the most due to global warming because of things like temperature increase. Many people believe that global warming began since the industrial revolution during the 18th century. During this time heat-trapping gases began to load in the atmosphere, gases such as carbon dioxide and methane. Global warming will have many negative consequences to humans, animals, and even plants. The effects of global warming will throw human lifestyles into jeopardy.
How are we effected by global warming and how can we stop it? Global warming directly effects everyone and everything on Earth. The concentration of greenhouse gasses is climbing at an alarming rate. Many negative issues will take place if nothing is done stop the destruction of the Earth's atmosphere. Humans, plants, and animals contribute to the cycle of life on earth.