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First, as known the global warming set people to make a lot of studies to recognize what the science is dealing with, and in order to find out the solutions. This research led scientists to discover the greenhouse theory, which causes the increase in earth's temperature. The greenhouse theory is a natural process. This process provides the plant with the appropriate heat and sunlight. As Burroughs stated in his book Climate Change “This process works on allowing the sunlight to enter the earth, and cross the Ozone layer. After that, when the incoming solar radiation.” Spread out on the earth surface for oceans, plantation surfaces, and other needs.
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Also, as we know planets give us the oxygen which is very important for us to be a life. Inside the planets leaves there is like a small factory produces oxygen through a photosynthesis. Rebecca Boyle stated that
“Plants could help cool down the warming world through their own climate change response, according to a new study. Trees and other plants are known to emit volatile organic compounds in response to stress--heck, they even make noise--but it's unclear whether this affects the environment.”
The photosynthesis is process planets are doing it to give out oxygen and take carbon dioxide. This happen in the daylight because planets consume the sunlight, air, and carbon dioxide to make food and oxygen. The problem is when the trees cut in purpose to exploit the woods or the leaves to make furniture, planets cannot provide us with oxygen anymore. Reducing on the number of the trees can let to increase carbon dioxide in the air. Increase of carbon dioxide in the air is harmful for human and the animals as well. So, being one of greenhouse gases it will lead to global warming. To give an example for this, imagine with me a sunny day and you are going to your job at 9 am as usual. Unfortunately, you cannot find parking for your car; so you decide to stop it under the sunlight. The car gets excessively heated up, making it uncomfortable to sit in the vehicle. When you come in the afternoon you while find your car extremely hot; this is what happening when the carbon dioxide increasing in the air. It make the planet warm and hot. In addition to cutting trees, natural disasters can led the death for trees. To illustrate, the earthquakes and the floods may lead trees through fill it down or surround it with water and mud. However, the percentage of trees which die via natural disasters do not compare with trees that kill in purpose. As shown above, deforestation is one of the main causes of global warming. So, we have to help saving trees from the death in order to reduce greenhouse gases.
Finally, it has been said that human activities are primarily responsible for global warming. All activities whose human doing it every days are destroying Earth faster than you can imagine. Emission of carbon dioxide from the vehicles is a big problems because there are millions cars around us, plains, trains, and trucks. All these vehicles are using gas which produces carbon dioxide when burned. These emissions are very harmful and could make our planet warmer, hot, and polluted. In addition to that, according to Parulkhani
“the burning of the fuels, cutting down of trees and forest to build buildings and malls , the dumping of trash everywhere and not recycling it, excessive use of plastics, and smoke from the factories. All these activities performed by human beings are major factors of the polluted gases in the air and the warming up of the Earth which destroys the ecological balance of the nature leading to global warming”
It obvious that one factor of global warming is burning fuel, which cause to cut trees. Trees help to protect the earth from global warming, but as a result of burning fuel, they are no more protect the earth. Another factor that helps to destroy the earth is the smoke from factories, which include too much of carbon dioxide.
In conclusion, global warming is a phrase that means an alarm of something bad will happen above the border. Exactly meaning of it is the increase in temperatures that cause changes in climate. There was no care about the global warming in the past before 1970s. In 1970s, they discover that this increase will cause a real problem, which lead people to die, but they still ignore this issue until 2000. After that, they decided to take care about this problem and try to find solutions to it. There was a collaboration between the government and the private sector to secure the area from global warming. In these days, everyone know what is global warming means even children. The media plays a great factor on this problem; it made everyone aware of global warming as any other problems in the world. There are many causes of global warming, but the three main causes are air pollution, deforestation, and human activities. In my opinion about global warming, we have to be careful about burning the fuel and cut the tree because when you do that, we kill others by our pollution. Also, we have to recycle everything that we could recycle. And, we have to implant some plants rather than cut them.
- Burroughs, William James. Climate Change: A Multidisciplinary Approach. Cambridge University Press, 2001.
- Boyle G. “Global Warming and the Climate Change”. 96-117 pg. Chapter 3. 2004
- Parulkhani. "Top 10 Main Causes of Global Warming." List Dose. N.p., 24 July 2013. Web. 25 Nov. 2013.
- Boyle, Rebecca. "Warming Causes Plants To Release Gases That May Mitigate Global Warming." Warming Causes Plants To Release Gases That May Mitigate Global Warming. PopSci.com, 30 Apr. 2013. Web. 25 Nov. 2013.