Global Warming is the increase of temperature on Earth which is caused by human activities and will have very serious consequences for life on Earth if humans don't start to do something about it now. Global Warming is caused when the Greenhouse Gases combines with the atmosphere and traps heat. It is strongly related to pre-human and pre- industrial global warming, it is also weakly related to depletion of ozone layer, which was caused by the CFC (Chlorofluorocarbons) gas. The effects of global warming on the environment are dangerous, such as: rising of sea level because polar caps melt, changes in the pattern of precipitation, floods, droughts, heat waves, hurricanes and tornadoes. These effects would take away life and destroy houses or anything else human made.
Scientist around the world are warning us that global warming poses a major threat to our future quality of life, previously there has been little information on this problem. Right now, the rate of global warming may be 100 times faster than it has ever been. Very soon the earth may become hotter then at any time in human history. In the last decades the problems of atmospheric change have been gravely advanced by pollution resulting from human activities. These environmental changes pose a real threat to the lives of people and wild life.It is vital to all of us that we fully understand the complex relationship between the atmosphere and the earth.
Global warming is the rise in average temperature of Earth’s atmosphere and oceans. If the warming continues it will have drastic effects on our lives in the future. Things such as harsher summers and colder winters will become a reality for future generations. Global warming is real, despite what the naysayers say, and it will affect us in many different ways if we can’t solve this problem. By presenting skeptics arguments about global warming I’ll prove global warming to be real by disproving them.
It is our responsibility to preserve our planet and our way of living but in order to do that we need to act now. If we continue to destroy the planet with no regard as to how serious this matter is there could be several negative effects to us as human being and other living thing on Earth. This is why global warming is truly a global issue and needs to be tackled collectively. We must to act now in order to reduce the dangerous levels of carbon dioxide emissions and we must to work together. One of the major effects of global warming is the rise of sea level due to thermal expansion of the ocean, in addition to the melting of land ice.
Climate change and Global Warming are out of control. This means that, no matter what policies, processes or actions are implemented, the Earth as we know it will never be the same again. There is significant evidence to support this hypothesis. The dilemma becomes whether we can limit the damage and adapt to a new status quo or not. Rising sea levels and the damage caused by this phenomenon has irreversible impacts on coastlines worldwide.
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.
It is very difficult to reverse this process once it is started. If we want to live like we are now and have been we have to stop this process. Emissions of fossil fuels by humans is a big factor of global warming. The reason being is because of the amount of carbon dioxide released from the fossil fuels. Controlling these emissions is one huge step of many steps required to slow down and stop global warming.
Sever climate change is heading our way. The report also states emissions of greenhouse gases will further change atmosphere throughout the one century from now snow will vanish from everything except the most astounding mountains, deserts will spread, and seas will get acidic, prompting the annihilation of coral reefs. The past IPCC report in 2007 stated it was likely that an Earth-wide temperature boost was man-made, yet the later report made it really clear people are significant reason for an unnatural weather change. The P.J. Parrington Institute for climate change specified the report has laid out a stark choice: “If we continue on the current trajectory, it’s a one... ... middle of paper ... ...lso that human activities play key roles in global warming.
There are many causes of global warming, but deforestation and the burning of fossil fuels are number one and two. Human life has been built around the climate we already know, and if the climate changes dramatically, we would endure costly and life threatening problems. The problems that society will be confronted with the bad end of the temperature shift will encounter increased heat waves, coastal erosion, rising sea level, unpredictable rainfall, and severe droughts. All of these problems can become a domino effect and end up running down socializations. If the matter on climate control is not jumped on fast ther... ... middle of paper ... ...heir “Go Green” initiatives.
Benefits and harms should be measured before making any conclusion. Anyhow, there is no doubt that carbon is mostly affecting the heat level of atmosphere. Human releasing emissions are root cause of this. Carbon is also causing acidification in oceans and less oxygen to the sea life. Till now climate changes has created many unfavorable and drastic events on earth so there should be a debate between the scientists of different views and solutions should be ruled out to reach the goal of making our environment healthy for centuries to come.