Another suggestion is to increase urban tree canopy to reduce carbon dioxide produced by fuel combustion. In conclusion, it is critical to understand that current human activities are accelerating climate change and that the future human activities will affect their trajectories. Because fossil fuel based energy source produce a lot of heat trapping pollution, small changes to our daily activities will reduce human contribution and human behaviour. With these small changes children will be at risk to the exposure of atmospheric carbon dioxide produced by the use of fossil fuels.
Therefore, humans are affecting earth. How humans have caused Global Warming? Humans have caused global warming by doing many things but the main three are burning of fossil fuels and green house gas emission, deforestation, and excessive use of chemical fertilizers. Global warming is like a bad dream going worse. The emission of green house gasses due to human activity contributes the most in increasing global warming.
We live at a period in time were natural disasters have become a current event in our world. The Earth’s climate is changing, the culprit, global warming. This is what popular media has guided us to believe. What causes global warming, “we do, with the emissions of carbon dioxide we produced”, claimed by the noble prize winning movie, The 11th Hour. Although in reality the Earth’s climate has gone through spikes in climate changes for centuries.
The process was speeding up in the past 3 years because we have over produced carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases to the atmosphere of the earth. Global warming affect our world both directly and indirectly; we all contributed to global warming and all of us need to be part of the solution to stop it. The Earth’s condition was slowly getting worse and worse because of the greenhouse gases and aerosols created by frequent human activity, such as exceedingly burning fossil, overly using air conditioning, and extreme logging around the world. These gases are slowly disrupting our climate system, causing abnormal changes in the temperature, strange precipitation around the world, and decreasing the length of season. (Ed.
FOSSIL FUELS 3 It was Svante Arrhenius who proposed the effects of carbon oxide on our atmosphere. Arrhenius calcu... ... middle of paper ... ... to power our everyday things increased. Fossil fuels have done so much for us in the past but the question still remains; what do we do when the planet runs out. Along with building our world on a limited resource, the fossil fuels also have caused major problems for our environment. Because of the pollution that is emitted by burning fossil fuels, they have led to the major meltdown of the polar ice-caps, and increased the water levels by half-a-foot.
Therefore, the warmer temperature causes melting of polar ice caps which is very damagi... ... middle of paper ... ... rain, which damages woods and forests. Furthermore, the emission of greenhouse gases causes holes in the ozone layer, which can cause diseases especially skin problems in humans. It is our responsibility to save this planet from being destroyed, and we can fight global warming by planting more trees to reduce the amount of existing carbon dioxide in the air. Works Cited Charles, Ophardt E. virtual Chembook. 2003.
Global Warming Abstract The world's scientific experts agree that industrial and land use activities are having an adverse impact on our climate. Burning of fossil fuels such as coal, oil, and gasoline creates global warming pollution that acts as the glass in a greenhouse, reflecting heat back toward the Earth and warming our climate. If we do not take steps now to reduce our emissions of global warming pollution, we will suffer serious environmental, public health, and economic repercussions. We owe it to our next generations to leave them a healthy environment and economy. Industries must start reducing their emissions of global warming pollution before we seal the fate of future generations.
Pollution of the greenhouse gases is one of the biggest factors that cause it. These greenhouse gases carbon dioxide, methane from landfills , fossil fuels, nitrous oxide from fertilizers, and lastly carbon monoxide, all of these gases warm and hurt the atmosphere. Some of these gases are caused by natural things on earth like volcanoes , but humans are the ones who are responsible for most of these gases in the air(“Global Warming”). Global warming is warming of the regions and that is what causes the severe weather and melting of the ice caps. Global warming is the result of human air pollution of the greenhouse gases into the environment and it is killing our planet.
The removal of forests causes global warming because trees absorb carbon and other air pollutants. If the forests disappear, they are no longer available to absorb CO2. Consequently, lots of CO2 will be released into the atmosphere and lead to global warming. Can we reduce global warming? I believe that we can reduce global warming.
Retrieved from http://www.americanprogress.org/issues/green/report/2010/01/13/7200/oil-dependence-is-a-dangerous-habit/). Environmentally, the burning of fossil fuels have led to global warming. As most of us know, global warming can cause changes in our clim... ... middle of paper ... ...g/what-is-biodiesel/biodiesel-basics) .This source is definitely a viable option for America, the implementations might start out a little costly. Companies and industries that use fossil fuels need to start going in the direction of renewable resources to sustain their businesses. By implementing a government incentive to these companies, perhaps it will make the process smoother.