Horner, Christopher C. The Politically Incorrect Guide to Global Warming: (and Environmentalism). Washington D.C.: Regnery Publishing, 2007. Print. Jenkins, Amber. Site editor.
Due to the overuse of fossil fuels and other ozone destroying agents, the world will inevitably fall into a disastrous meltdown. In order to prevent this catastrophic event the government must find alternative sources of energy as well as reduce current green house gas emissions so that the world will no longer be threatened by global warming. Until the government can accomplish this, people of the world must understand the threat that global warming poses. The treat of global warming was around in the past, is here now, and will never leave unless something is done to stop it. In retrospect, not one government in the world knew the potential damage that the excessive and unrestrained use of fossil fuels, such as coal, oil, and gasoline, would cause in the future.
There are people in the world that believe that there is another reason why this is happening; earth is experiencing a natural cycle of evolution. Global warming is a very serious part of the world and a solution needs to be found immediately. The greenhouse effect is the cause of global warming in the world. The greenhouse effect is a topic of discussion throughout the world; it needs to be contained immediately. “Our effect on the environment, and in particular on climate change, is large and growing” (Tony Blair) The greenhouse effect is when sunlight and solar radiation enters the atmosphere and hits the earth and bounces back, but with the greenhouse effect it then goes back up into the atmosphere and is deflected back down and trapped in the atmosphere (Energy and the Environment).
Responsible, effective climate change policy requires consideration of a number of complex factors, including weighing the costs of implementing climate change policies against the benefits of more environmentally sustainable practices. Furthermore, this analysis must take place amidst serious gaps in the existing research and technology concerning the developing climatic condition. For these reasons, global warming stands as one of the most daunting policy issues facing our world today. This is compounded by the debate over the very existence of climate change. While countless sources of empirical evidence testify to the very real presence of climate change the world over, considerable denial of the phenomenon still exists.
Global Warming: Causes, Effects, and the Future. New York: MBI Publishing Company, 2007. Print. Arnold, Dennis. G. The Ethics of Global Climate Change.
Global warming comes with a plethora of negative outcomes and we need to stop it. Global warming is a serious issue effecting the entire world. Global warming not only affects our weather when it comes to temperature, but also precipitation including rain and snow. Global warming causes negative effects on animals, some species no longer populate certain areas due to climate change and are migrating in order to survive. Scientists say that the sea levels have increased due to the melting of the glaciers.
These effects will occur globally and affect everyone. Global warming is occurring, as evidence has shown, with modern civilization a cause: And though its danger exists and its full reversal is improbable, humanity may inhibit it - as mankind’s responsibility. Because global warming poses a threat, global warming’s definition and its associated facts serves as very useful information. Merriam-Webster dictionary defines global warming as “the recent increase in the world’s temperature that is believed to be caused by the increase of certain gases (such as carbon dioxide) in the atmosphere.” Average global temperatures have risen to unusually high levels (Nuccitelli). In the last fifty years, the average temperature of the Earth’s surface has risen faster than ever recorded (Nuccitelli).