Global Pollution : The Causes And Consequences Of Global Warming

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Just like every living species in this world we live in, planet Earth also has its own health measures and qualities. Over a period, the temperature of the earth has risen nearly twice the rate it was 50 years ago. Just as a human being getting affected by a high fever, the earth equally has its own impact and outcomes. Earth is naturally surrounded by a phenomenal layer called the "greenhouse gases" which preserves the planet from getting too hot or too cold. When the sun rays hit this layer, most of it is bounced back into the space to keep a natural cycle of gases. But since it has been mistreated in most cases by humans over a long period of time, this layer traps an abundant amount of harmful gases causing numerous damages to earth. We call this the "Global Warming". The best medicine and the cure to this problem can only be formed by humans and the changes we make in the future. Most of us often do not even have sufficient knowledge on this issue and it is typically underestimated. Global warming is not a prediction, it is happening right now and will continue to become an issue over time if we don't understand the causes, the consequences, and a way to address a solution to avert this problem. Firstly, we need to look at what humans are doing to cause this issue. The basis of this cause is pointing at urbanization, us humans are consistently polluting this layer every day even without intentions. This could be as minimal as driving a car to work or having a barbeque
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