The Effects Of Global Warming On The Environment

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Global warming is part of earth. This meaning the air and the way the fossil fuels come into play. I want to start out talking about fossil fuels. Fossil fuels are non-renewable resources. They can take up to thousands of years to produce. This is why they are non-renewable because it takes so long to make more. These fossil fuels are used to make gas and oil for people to drive their cars and oil for these big plants. The way that they are found is by digging deep in the ground and finding these resources. The main thing to know is that when they run out it may be years and years to produce more. Fossil fuels are very important in this economy. They effect climate change by burning them they are polluting the air when they are burning and it effects the climate change. Global warming take a big part on how the weather is affected. When burning these fossil fuels is affects the air releasing c20 and causing it to get hotter and that changes the weather.
The earth is not supposed to consume so much c20 that it’s getting to the point where there is too much and it’s making us and earth hotter and causing so many pollutants. Global warming that is causing extreme weather changes has in the way of forest fires, heat waves and severe tropical storms throughout the world. It is important that we realize that it’s very important to keep up with the weather changing events that could possibly affect us. Global warming and the effects later in life
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