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.
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.
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.
Global Warming One of the biggest problems facing the world today is global warming. Global warming has an adverse effect on biodiversity and climatic conditions on earth. Numerous current developments clearly demonstrate that global warming has a direct impact on warming of land, rising sea levels, the melting of ice caps and other major climate changes all over the word. Man-made carbon dioxide (CO2) released in the atmosphere is one of the major factors leading to global warming disaster. Warming of Land One of the major impacts of global warming on earth is the warming of land.
Global warming is a war that we should not get involved with because we will lose if changes aren’t made soon. Global warming is the rapid increase in earth’s average surface temperature over the past century due to the fact that greenhouse gases are being released into the atmosphere increasing the earth’s average temperature (EarthObservatory.NASA.org). There are many contributing factors that play a role into the cause of global warming. Greenhouse gasses are gasses such as Carbon Dioxide, Methane, Nitrous Oxide, and F-gasses that trap heat in the atmosphere. The heat that is trapped in the earth’s atmosphere is a slowly melting glaciers, cause sea levels to rise and is messing with the weather patterns.
The effects of global warming are caused by a number of different things. Over the twentieth century, temperatures have risen 1.4 degrees Fahrenheit (Knowlton). These rising temperatures are slowly causing hardships for people, plants, and animals. The rise in CO2 (carbon dioxide) over the last century has increased more rapidly than natural climate change could have caused. This is thought to be the fault of human activity because the particular type of CO2 that is being released into the atmosphere is directly connected to humans.
According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), “it has been found that 50 percent of the pollution in the United States has been made by industrial processes”. Due to release of heat trapping gases in the air, the temperature of the atmosphere increases, this causes sudden flooding and high tides. Polluted air contains high levels of carbon dioxide and other dangerous chemical gases. When these pollutants are released, they trap the heat in the atmosphere and hotter weather results. Therefore, the warmer temperature causes melting of polar ice caps which is very damagi... ... middle of paper ... ... rain, which damages woods and forests.
Global Warming As the world's expanding population burns large quantities of fossil fuels and simultaneously cuts down large expanses of forests worldwide, the concentrations of CO2 and other greenhouse gases are building up in the atmosphere. "The green house effect is the (imperfect) analogy used to explain the atmospheric phenomenon that keeps our planet warm enough to sustain life." There is mounting evidence that this shift in Earth's atmosphere will lead to global changes and potentially major climatic disruptions. The major concern is not that the greenhouse effect is real;"we wouldn't be here if it wasn't." It is that it "may be exacerbated by anthropogenic increases in the effective gasses, threatening a disruption to the equilibrium between incoming and outgoing energy, and a resulting average global warming."
The effects on Earth from its inhabitants is causing the temperature on the Earth to rise, and creating many problems that will begin to occur in the coming decades. The greenhouse effect is the absorption of energy radiated from the Earth's surface by carbon dioxide and other gases in the atmosphere, causing the atmosphere to become warmer. The greenhouse effect is what is causing the temperature on the Earth to rise. Today, major changes are taking place. People are conducting an inadvertent global experiment by changing the face of the entire planet.
One may ask how the Greenhouse Effect is so detrimental to the environment. The burning of fossil fuels expels extra greenhouse gases into the atmosphere. The most abundant gas released from this process is Carbon Dioxide. When Carbon Dioxide levels are high, this in turn causes the temperature to rise causing many different things to happen, such as the melting of the polar ice caps. Should the polar ice caps melt, this would not only wash out many different ecosystems from the excess water on land, but it would also release a great deal of Carbon Dioxide into the atmosphere that had been trapped in the ice caps.