The Debate On Global Warming

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Global Warming Argumentive Essay Both Al Gore and Daniel Botkin have different arguments on global warming. They are both think very similar on the same topic. Because one part of the argument is serious, and the other one is not so much. But, the point is that both of their stories are pointing out to their views on this issue. But, according to Webster Dictionary, Global Warming is when the increase in the world’s temperature that is to believe to increase by carbon dioxide. Both of the authors have a different view on this topic they have a different position, logic, and facts on what Global warming really is. Gore’s take on the global warming issue is serious, because he is talking about the dangers of global warming . He states in his essay “The Time Is Now” that global warming, “requires us to act boldly, quickly, and wisely”. It is because of the fact that it could threaten the human civilization. He states that major threats like hurricanes and typhoons, are one of the most dangerous threats because of the fact that it is called a nature hike. A nature hike is a path through the forest or countryside; in which, it is designed to draw attention to the neutral features. He also thinks, that global warming is making people suffer in the Gulf Coast of the world. States such as Florida, Mississippi, Alabama, Texas, and more are a prime example of states that are experiencing the loss of civilians. Gore states, that global warming cannot affect hurricanes. This is

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