The Issue Of Global Warming

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Over the past years, the controversial issue of global warming has been primarily brought to the attention of the public. Global warming is generally assumed to be the main cause of rising average global temperature. The climate on the Earth is changing and there is no big surprise. It is believed that global warming is caused by many natural and manmade activities, which is affecting the planet by the seconds, minutes, hours, days, and years. Many may not even care about this serious issue, but others harm for the future generations. Global warming has become a serious threat to everything and every human being on earth and demands our immediate attention.
The author, Stuart D. Jordan believed that there’s is enough evidence that strongly
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Some other harmful effects the author mention in the article is the rate of melting, loss of sea ice, and more intense heat waves. It will affect the earth in the future in many ways such as; cause temperature to rise up, changes in precipitation patterns, more droughts and heat waves, hurricanes will become stronger and more intense. Although there are possible benefits of global warming on plants and food the harmful effect will significantly outweigh these benefits.
Another important point the author explained in his article is the Greenhouse effect and its contribution to global warming. Earth’s atmosphere acts as this blanket because it contains small amounts of carbon dioxide methane nitrous oxide and other gases in the atmosphere known as greenhouse gases. These gases help retain heat through a vital process called the greenhouse effect. The greenhouse effect occurs when sunlight passes through the atmosphere and strikes the earth some of the light is reflected and some is absorbed, and that absorbed light warms the surface of the earth. This is a natural process that is required to keep planet sustainable. Without the greenhouse effect, the Earth would be too cold for human beings, or any other living thing, to survive. Due to the burning of large amounts of coal oil and natural gas, the amount of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere has

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