How Climate Change Be Man Made?

1812 Words8 Pages
How could global climate change be man-made? This has been thought over by many profound professors and they believe it is the cause of the exhumation of carbon dioxide entering the stratosphere, thus causing our climate to become hotter year after year due to the gas to be capable of trapping heat. Carbon dioxide has entered our atmosphere by the use of cars, planes, and boats that thrusts fossil fuels out the exhaust pipe to let the gas out of the vehicle so it does not enter the vehicle and put the driver in danger. But it now puts the whole environment in danger, due to the leading cause of the increase of carbon dioxide in our stratosphere. The vehicles we use pump their deadly gasses into it, and there are so many people who use…show more content…
This is likely to happen if the global economy remains dependent on fossil fuels for its energy needs. The carbon we put in the atmosphere today will determine not only the future of our climate but that of future generations as well. This effect will lead to consequences of a warming world. A leading cause of this is that nine of the warmest years on record have occurred in just the last ten years. This warming has been accompanied by the decrease in very cold days and nights and the increase in extremely hot days and warm nights. Over the last century, global average temperature has increased by more than 1°F. A warming world also has the potential to change rainfall and snow patterns, increase droughts and severe storms, reduce lake ice cover, melt glaciers, increase sea levels, and change plant and animal behavior.
Greenhouse gases that are trapping heat is the leading role of global warming. When we extract and burn fossil fuels such as coal or petroleum, we cause the release of carbon dioxide into our atmosphere. This is a terrible effect because carbon dioxide can trap heat, and therefore makes it warmer. Though natural amounts of carbon dioxide have varied from 180 to 300 ppm, while today 's carbon dioxide levels are around 400 ppm. We also can tell that the additional carbon dioxide in the atmosphere comes mainly from coal and oil because the chemical composition of it contains a unique fingerprint. Greenhouse gases plays a major role in global
Open Document