Rogerian Argument Essay

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12th June, 2013 Does the high level of Carbon Dioxide (C02) possibly harm the Earth’s planetary biosphere, or has it already done so; in fact, many worldwide scientists have protested that the Earth is at its ‘tipping point’ but no efforts have been adapted to save the biosphere? A support of this controversial topic; congressional meeting and testimony, is from one of the top U.S. climate scientists, James Hansen to Former Vice President Al Gore, with an emphasis on the cause of C02. Beyond the ozone layer is atmospherically holey, Earth’s temperature is rising, and the climate changing conversely, one that people trivialized the most is: Global warming. Increasingly, subject to concern not only via online discussion, magazine and…show more content…
How would this have happened, with the increase of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases in the atmosphere, and if this carries on, then the earth will burn up. United States in 2006, the impact of BP oil spilled which left countless species of marine life devastated-to its demise—the communities that rely on the Gulf for natural resources. Across the nation, communities have faced devastating levels of water and air pollution as a result of coal burning power plants. In addition, every region is affected by severe weathers—droughts in the Midwest, wildfires in western states and floods in the southeast. Global warming is fundamentally changing the planet that has sustained the civilization. The emphasis is, will people continue to exploit the planet or take action by going on green-or inaction like having some social animals to be adapted to seek out only toward others. Human too, can escape the inevitable by: re-cycling, driving smart cars, using energy efficient technology or ultimately reduce the burning of fossil fuels, etc. The United States presently leads the world in the production of carbon dioxide emissions. Daily supplies come from sources such as: energy, transportation and sewage treatment, which comes from the burning of fossil fuels. The amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere has increased more than 30% since the start of the industrial revolution. Carbon dioxide (C02) is a greenhouse gas discharged through
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