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It is happening everyday, it is all over the news, and it has become a worldwide issue. Global warming is one of the problematic and controversial issues facing the world today. The news about this current world issue has dire predictions about the future since it is affecting our planet. Global warming is no longer a myth that many people have made up, but it is a real disaster that is affecting the world. Global warming refers to the change in climate, which can be attributed directly or not directly to human activity, which alters the composition of the global atmosphere by the earth overheating.
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Greenhouse gases are gases that contribute to absorbing infrared radiation, carbon dioxide, and chlorofluorocarbon. There is a theory that the climate change is occurring and that human activities could be the primary driver. Many people around the world are aiding in the destruction of our ozone layer. Human activities such as polluting the air with toxins and gases from industrial facilities and motor vehicles among other things are causing our ozone layer to weaken, these issues and other problems are leading to the depletion of our ozone layer. Ozone depletion is becoming a widespread concern because it effects all living things on earth.
There is a common saying like this: How humans treat nature is how nature treats humans. With the rapid growth of economies, the rampant growth of industrial parks and the increasing number of vehicles, the downside of development is increasingly challenging. Difficult to deal with the environment for all human beings on Earth. One of the most pressing issues is climate change. Indeed, humanity is at risk of extinction due to the impact of environmental pollution leading to climate change and recent natural disasters such as earthquakes, tsunamis, and volcanoes.
Ozone Depletion The world's ozone is depleting on a daily base. Individuals and industries are to blame. If we don't slow down what is being introduced to the atmosphere, the effects on humans and the earth will be devastating. We must stop killing the earth's ozone by watching what CFC's get released, car pooling to control automobile emissions, and stop industries from polluting our atmosphere. The problems with a depleting ozone layer are an increase in skin cancer, global warming of the earth, and a greenhouse effect on the world.
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