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Global Warming effects on the natural balance of environment. The world climate is going a significant change day by day.
There are many causes of Global Warming. The destruction and burning down of tropical forests , traffic clogging up the city streets , rapid growth of unplanned industries, the use of CFCs in packaging and manufacturing products, the use of detergents etc. cause Global Warming. Besides, overpopulation, deforestation are the causative factors of Global Warming. The setting up of mills and factories in an unplanned way has a great effect on environment. These mills and factories produce black smoke which gets mixed with air and increases the amount of CO2.
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Global warming is the term used to describe a gradual increase in the average temperature of the Earth’s atmosphere and its oceans, a change that is believed to be permanently changing the Earth’s climate. Even though it is an ongoing debate, it is proved by the scientists that the planet is warming.
The 29th century is experiencing a continued increase of Earth’s mean atmospheric temperature by about 1.4 degrees F and about two thirds of it occurring since 1980. This is global warming is affecting the nature’s balance and has a huge impact on life like continued heat waves, and sudden occurrence of storms and floods. Don’t we see time to time the epidemics that are devastating to human
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The issue of global warming is one that affects every one of us, it is defined as the gradual increase in the average temperature of the Earth’s atmosphere and oceans.
Temperatures on earth have increased 1.4° since the early 20th century, during this time period, levels of greenhouse gases such as carbon monoxide have noticeably increased. Many believe this increase in atmospheric gases has caused the earth’s rising temperature. Although, many believe that gases cannot be the cause of this because of evidence that human generated greenhouse gases are not impactful enough to
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GLOBAL WARMING AND THE SOCIETY
Global warming is a significant issue in modern society; it threatens environment, global security, prosperity, and development. This paper will review how global warming involves the concept of ‘business as usual’, its effects on the global economy and how to deal with global warming by using international co-operation (action). In addition, I will propose a strategy trying to address the global warming concerns.
Climate change has become one of the major issues of debate and concern around the globe during the last decades. The effects and causes of global warming are more visible day by day. There
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The Reality of Global Warming
A Native American proverb says that “we do not inherit the earth from our ancestors; we borrow it from our children.” In recent years the argument of what exactly we are passing down to our children has found its way into political agendas and scientific forums. Perhaps the most relevant topic has been whether or not global warming is a genuine problem and if so, whether or not it is worth the money and effort to correct the environmental problems that it may cause in the not-so-distant future. While some political parties find other issues such as unemployment and immigration more important than a receding o-zone layer and disappearing specie
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generosities of nature are some footprints of past times. Today, the world is facing major behavioural change in natural environment. The crisis has started to affect even our future generation. It is undoubtedly a threat to our existence. One of the major issues responsible for the crisis is global warming. Global warming is the gradual yet constant increase in the earth’s overall temperature mainly associated to increased level of greenhouse gasses and other pollutants (Oxford Dictionaries, n.d.). The front scene indicates human activities as the main culprit of global warming but the facts behind the front scene should also be considered to get the whole picture. As these facts identify
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Critique: Global warming is good for you
In the 2002 publication of the Guardian we find an interesting article written by Duncan Steel, from the University of Salford. In this article he takes an unorthodox stand on a rather cliché topic, claiming that global warming does in fact prove beneficial to human civilization and development by preventing a far worse ‘global freeze’. An interesting viewpoint, but the reasons he cites to justify his position seem superficial and poorly supported, making the article look like as if it were a fruit of a pointless literary mission to dwell on the topic from the ‘side not taken’.
Mr. Steel starts off his argument by giving examples of how climate
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Axia College Material
Air Pollution Chart
After reviewing Ch. 8 and 9 of your text, complete the following table, then respond to the questions that follow:
|Issue |Sources |Health/Environmental Effects |
|Carbon dioxide (CO2) |Carbon Oxides |Affects Global Warming |
|Chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs) |Human Made Pollutant |Allows more solar UV to reach the Earth’s surface |
|Ground-level ozone (O3) |Human Made Pollutant |Smog, Global Warming, Lowers crop yields
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5. While some people consider global warming to be the most pressing environmental problems which we have at the moment, others believe that deforestation has a more devastating impact on our world. Discuss both sides and give your opinion.
Sample answer 1
It is a concern to many that global warming is becoming a most significant environment issue. Some believe that people should pay more attention on the issue of deforestation because it has a more serious influence on the world. In my opinion, the growing population is the core problem which we should firstly address.
Global warming causes two serious environment problems. Firstly, it is increasing the global average temperature
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world, but for this situation, it is turning for the worst. These events are caused by global warming, or the heating up of the Earth’s atmosphere, a phenomenon we cannot just neglect.
Oxford Dictionary defines global warming as “A gradual increase in the overall temperature of the earth’s atmosphere generally attributed to the greenhouse effect caused by increased levels of carbon dioxide, chlorofluorocarbons, and other pollutants.” The discovery and naming of this phenomenon is led by a Swedish scientist names Svante Arrhenius in the year 1896. He claimed that, “Fossil fuel combustion may eventually result in enhanced global warming. He proposed a relation between atmospheric
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Lab Research Report 2: Global Warming: Cause and Mitigation
September 14, 2014
Dr. Rana Miller
Compare and contrast natural versus anthropogenic climate changes. Include specific examples of each.
In an article written by the United States Environmental Association (EPA) it lists natural changes in greenhouse gas (GHG) concentrations, volcanic eruptions and solar energy as some of the natural causes of climate changes on earth. The article goes on to say “Recent climate changes, however, cannot be explained by natural causes alone. Research indicates that natural causes are very unlikely to explain most observed warming, especially warming since the
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When most people think of global warming, the first thing that comes to mind is rising temperatures. We hear reports of temperatures rising in already warm climates and temperature increases in colder climates. However, we don’t often hear enough about the effects of global warming on drinking water and drinking water safety.
Many people are searching if the ocean desalination can solve the world's water shortage. First, human population expected to balloon another 50 percent by 2050, resource managers are increasingly looking for anther way to solve the world's growing thirst. Desalination is a process whereby highly pressurized ocean water is pushed through tiny filters and
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April 13, 2013
The Great Drying Strikes Again
Global warming has been a controversy for many years now. It wasn’t until this past summer that seemed to change the minds of those doubtful individuals. Although the issue shy’s away in presidential campaigns, it is still an alive and well concern for scientists and the whole of society. Bryan Walsh’s article in Time Magazine, The Great Drying Strikes Again, elaborates on last summers events that point towards the reality of global warming.
The extended dry spell and the record-breaking high temperatures increased the number of Americans that say they believe in global warming from 70% compared
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plants that grow in forest are getting even harder to find. Sometimes they move the animals and plants to new land so they won’t be lost when the land is being cut down. The animals and plants that are moved from there home land have a hard time adapting to the new environment.
The years of 1998-2007 ranks the top five warmest years of the United States record. The meat industry is one of the top sources of the greenhouse gases that lead to global warming. Greenhouse gases are gases that trap heat in the atmosphere. The meat industry is the leading source of methane. Methane is another word for animal waste. “Just alone the United States produces 1.4 billion tons of animal waste each year
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The movie, The Day After Tomorrow, is actually about the issue of global warming which caused the temperature to increase the earth’s atmosphere where polar ice caps are melting and thus, increasing the water levels of oceans. Then flooding occurs, and other climatic disturbances occur all over the world as well. This sets the stage for a new Ice Age. At first, I thought it’s a movie about weather, dramatic and a disaster movie. It provides suspense and a prediction of a climate shift which is going to happen again after 10,000 years.
The way the movie portrayed global warming and other disastrous events were extreme and not very believable. Some of the information is backed up by
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Many people are debating how to best meet energy needs in the United States. Some argue that the country must decrease its dependence on oil and invest in alternative sources of energy, such as wind and solar power. Others argue that changing to new power sources is unnecessary and expensive. They state that the United States should search for oil in Alaska, the Gulf Coast, and other areas within the country that are currently not being explored.
I believe that the United States should invest money into alternate fueling sources. Off shore drilling at this point is environmentally unsafe. Our environment is changing due to global warming, and off shore drilling makes this worse. I feel
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seen an increase in rainfall and flooding and other parts of the world have experienced longer heat waves and more intense droughts. The oceans and glaciers have been effected as well, with the rising temperatures the earths glaciers have been melting and the sea level rising.
Humans have a large role played in the changes in global warming. Human activities over the years have released large amounts of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases into the atmosphere. The majority of greenhouse gases come from burning fossil fuels to produce energy, although deforestation, industrial processes, and some agricultural practices also emit gases into the atmosphere. Greenhouse gases act like
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Nuclear Energy Research Paper
Global warming is a major issue in today’s world that affects many people, animals, economies, and society as a whole. What is global warming? Global warming is the rising average temperature of Earth’s atmosphere and oceans and its projected continuation. It’s been constantly rising over the past 100 years because of major contributions which include: greenhouse gases (especially CO2) being emitted, industrialization, burning of fossil fuels, and the increase in population. Global warming was first discovered in 1896 by a Swedish scientist named Svante Arrhenius who proposed an idea that there is a relation between atmospheric carbon dioxide concentrations
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Americans will have to start learning how to conserve and save natural resources so we could use them as long as we can.
One of the main causes of Global warming is human activity and daily life decisions because nobody thinks of the environment where we live they think of themselves. The effect on earth from its inhabitants is causing the temperatures to rise and, problems in effect in the upcoming decades. The greenhouse effect is the absorption of energy radiation from the earth’s surface by carbon dioxide and other gases in the atmosphere which causes the temperature to get warmer. Many animals in Antarctica are dying because the ice is melting and they have nowhere to go. People are
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statement that government should spend money on developing space technology while others have opposite opinion of mine. In supporting of my choice, I hope that using money on the space technology may have result to know other world and develop our world.
Firstly, one of the most problematic issues is global warming that has a hazard of destroying our world. To prevent the issue, the world population should attend another world. We certainly should use technology relied on space in order to study opportunity to live in the moon and other planets considering that there is no perfect guarantee to protect us through global warming. Recognizing new planet, we will have wide knowledge about new life
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implementing measures to deal with not only a rising population, but an ageing population.
So what about environment? There are urgent issues that need to be faced, including global warming, pollution and the loss of species.
In clonclusion, other problems primarily affect only the quality of life, whereas environmental issues affect the actual existence of life itself. It is clear, therefore, that protecting the environment is the most important problem facing the world today....
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. These causes the animals to not only fight for their life but at the same time try to adapt to this pressure and avoid extinction. This could cause birds to change their flight courses.
Due to industrialization, the world's forests are beginning to disappear. Not only are they homes to a great deal of plant and animal life, but the roots of the plants hold the soil together and prevent soil erosion, which is an important part of the water cycle. With the destruction of forests it is causing animal species to adapt and change their habitats to cope with the deforestation.
The release of gases such as carbon dioxide and methane into the environment
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what they can do by reducing their own carbon footprints by reducing the energy use and consumption and recycling.
Going green has many benefits like jobs opportunities and could reduce global warming in the future. Types of green technology that are being use now days Solar Powers, Wind Turbine and Geothermal Power.
Experts have view energy from the radiation, light, and heat of the sun as the most dominant renewable energy resource in the future. Solar energy is clean and available in abundance. We receive 12,000 times more energy from the sun than the total amount we produce from conventional energy sources. Solar engines and photovoltaic cells are used to harness solar energy for
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Pursuit of a Green Solution
Since the start of industrialization the world’s climate has gone through radical changes due to the increased release of carbon dioxide and greenhouse gasses in the atmosphere, and the resulting depletion of the ozone layer. If the depletion continues at this rate, the world will come to an end soon, possibly just after two or three generations. Governments all over the world understand the importance of the problem; however they have limited themselves to taking small steps to address global warming. Bill McKibben addresses the people of the globe in his book “Eaarth-- Making a Life on a Tough New Planet” to educate them about the magnanimity of the problem
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their negative effects as no one would have any advantage over others as a result of possession of superior technology.
10. I believe that the world’s climate is changing as a result of global warming. This change which is primarily caused by emission of greenhouse gasses such as Carbon dioxide into the atmosphere could threaten the security, safety and prosperity of the world in the coming years. The rising sea levels could lead to severe flooding and depleted natural resources. Global warming could also lead to changes in weather patterns which could affect the global supply chain and increase hunger in already deprived areas of the world. The quest for alternatives to
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, 0.26% of accessible fresh water.”(Sustainable World, 2003:4) Another problem is the increasing requirement of water. There is no doubt that human and animals can’t live without water. For instance people will die if there is not enough water, as well as animals. The speed of population has been enlarged in recent years, which is not a good thing. “By the year 2025, the global demand for water is now doubling every 21 years.” (Sustainable World, 2003:4) In other words, there is about one-third of the world’s population who is suffering from being without fresh water.
There are several reasons for the lack of fresh water. In the world one cause of this is global warming. The climate is
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tropical rain forests, and lower levels worried about extinction of species and global warming. But water related issues fill the top one out of the four for concern. The people of the United State is worried because there are so many different pollution going on by us as the people's, like pollution of the rivers and lakes surrounding us today. 52% of it comes from contamination of toxic waste. 49% is worried about their in home water being terminated from house hold chemicals.
Pollution Of Your Neighborhood
On a neighborhood level, storm drain pollution can create
unhealthy conditions for residents such as the risk of disease, foul odors, not to mention unsightly neighborhoods
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gases. Compared with the temperate and tropical ecosystems, Arctic ecosystems are considered stressed or inherently vulnerable. The implications of warming on the Arctic may have dramatic global repercussions. Marine and terrestrial wildlife are likely to be threatened and many species could suffer or disappear entirely. Many of the flora and fauna species are unlikely to have time either to adapt to this warming, or to adjust their ranges to keep pace with the shift in climatic zones.
To put things on a conclusive note, global warming already disrupts millions of lives daily in the forms of destructive weather patterns and loss of habitat (Houghton, 2007). What is already happening is only
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poses serious impediment to the economic development of Bangladesh. A Number of studies have established the consequences of climatic effect on Bangladesh and assessed adaptation practices, options, constraints and capacities. The country is already beset with many problems like high population density (120 million people living in an area of 144000 km2), shortage of land to accommodate the people, food security, human health, illiteracy, and so forth. The abovementioned types of disasters make the problems all the more complicated. In the foreseeable future, Bangladesh is likely to be one of the most vulnerable countries of the world in the event of climate change. The global warming due to
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. Looking at environmental issues as an example, some corporations have had a negative effect on the environment, wasting natural resources, contributing to global warming, use of fossil fuels. Business should be able to understand how they are effecting the natural environment and it’s their responsibilities to address the issues, however most don’t. Another social responsibility issue business should be looking at is how business market good and services globally. Some business has marketed product in other countries after being banned in the US. There is a reason to why it was banned yet corporation continue to sell It, ignoring the social responsibility that comes with selling it.
Freeman in so
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ecology. Global warming is perhaps the best known, but many other consumption habits have major environmental impacts. Sport utility vehicles, air conditioning, and foreign travel are all energy-intensive, and contribute to global warming. Larger homes use more energy and building resources, destroy open space, and increase the use of toxic chemicals. All those granite counter-tops being installed in American kitchens were carved out of mountains around the world, leaving in their wake a blighted landscape. Our daily newspaper and coffee is contributing to deforestation and loss of species diversity. Something as simple as a T-shirt plays its part, since cotton cultivation accounts for a
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the primary industry in Canada. The future of the primary industry will rely heavily on those resources unique to Canada i.e. farming, forestry and oil/gas.
The little primary industry that does exist in Canada is threated not only by factors such as globalization, work organization and the economy but additionally the effect of the environment. Going Green Collar: Labor Responds to Global Warming an article written by Carole Pearson notes the effects that things such as global warming have on the oil and gas industry, or the Pine Beetle infestation have on forestry. These are large environmental affects on large industries that are completely out of our power. To theorize on how this
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During a recent retreat here at Chapel Hill, planning faculty conducted a brainstorming session in which each professor — including me — was asked to list, anonymously, some of the major issues and concerns facing the profession today. These lists were then collected and transcribed on the whiteboard. All the expected themes were there — sustainability and global warming, equity and justice, peak oil, immigration, urban sprawl and public health, retrofitting suburbia, and so on. But also on the board appeared, like a sacrilegious graffito, the words "Trivial Profession."  When we voted to rank the listed items in order of importance, "Trivial Profession" was placed — lo and behold
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. Genetic engineering also called biotechnology will also improve shelf life to fruits and vegetables. I do not consider this to be as big of an issue as a lot of people are making it. Obviously there are reasons that the government does not have to tell us when we are eating genetically engineered food or not. It is because it is completely safe, and I believe that the people that are against it simply do not know enough about it. I will admit that when I first heard about “cloning food” I was a little disgusted as I also did not understand it at that time.
There are some dangers that come with genetically engineered foods. Many of the opposed claim it causes nuclear pollution, global
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or drives to raise awareness and support for wildlife conservation. These sorts of things can be organized at local schools, parks, or recreational centers. Encourage peoples to business to recycle and use recyclable products & also not to business with, or support, companies that aren't supporting the environment. Don't buy products that are made of or contain parts of endangered animals. Be aware that many traditional Asian medicines contain tiger parts and other endangered animals, so don't buy them. Stay informed about what is going on, what animals are in need of help, which companies are helping and which ones aren't. Be aware of global warming, its effects, and what you can do
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lack of reading and writing skills needed for everyday use
* 30 million people are illiterate
16) What are 4 Environmental Issues?
* Disposing waste
* Protecting quality of air and water
* Protecting the rainforest
* Global warming
17) List an example of Traditional Authority.
* Queen of England
18) List an example of Charismatic Authority.
* Adolf Hitler
19) List an example of Rational-Legal Authority.
* President Obama
20) List one example of a stereotype.
* Ku Klux Klan
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participation in a cultural exchange and expressions. I attended the “Ekweenax Tovaangard” (taking care of the mother earth”: the puvu indigenous cultural sustainability series that was held on November 4th 2015. What I gathered from this gathering was it was giving thanks for how the land and oceans culturally sustained the people. I believe it was about bringing forth the impact that we are having on mother earth and ways we can move forward in being conscious in our consuming and how we treat mother earth. I.E. coming up with ways to attack global warming, recycling, etc. I hope there are more talks and rituals coming up this spring semester that I will be able to attend. I really enjoyed it.
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Bus and Life
What are the common transportations nowadays? Obviously bus nowadays has become
one of the most common means of transport. Commuters and students choose bus as they found
many advantages of this transportation. Across all income levels, the average number of trips
made by bus per year is sixty six. Also, one bus can reduce seventeen times pollution than cars if
the users switch from private vehicles to public transport. But the increase in bus fares recently
stops people from riding the bus around. Evidently the rise in bus fares doesn’t only put an
impact on people, it also creates lots of difficulties to reduce traffic jams and global warming.
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to form fine sulfate aerosols that alter the optical depth of the stratosphere (3). Applicable magmas originate from plinian-style eruptions, and are often of andesitic to dacitic composition, as the more viscous, silica-rich, rhyolitic magmas have higher explosivity, yet a lower gas content (4). Elucidating the relationship between dynamic climatological variances, the quantity and composition of volcanic ejecta, and the radiation budget may clarify climatic forcing.
It is presumed that large ejected particles accommodate shortwave radiation while trapping longwave radiation resulting in tropospheric warming. Conversely, particles finer than approximately two microns inhibit incoming
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The industrialization and development of our societies have caused major problems for us and our environment. Advances in areas such as energy and technology have obviously been a huge help in accomplishing everyday tasks, but this convenience has come at a high price. Many humans, in addition to our environment, have suffered terribly because of the effects of these advances. There are billions of people around the world that are living in poverty, without a steady supply of food or water to live off and no resources to live a clean, healthy life. Our environment is severely polluted and global warming is becoming a bigger and bigger problem everyday. It is in question whether or not the
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Act. These cornerstones of environmental protection have implemented pollution control programs, set water quality standards, and funded waste water treatment facilities in the country. Environmental law helped provide funding for water system improvements for communities across the nation.
Global warming is one of the greatest challenges of our time. The United States accounts for approximately 4 percent of the world’s population, yet it is responsible for about 25 percent of the world’s global warming pollution. Our government must provide domestic and global leadership on this issue because we have a moral
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group overuses these resources, it may reduce the amount or quality of the resource. There are very large potential negative externalities for future generation when using up common access resources, such as global warming from unsustainable emissions of greenhouse gases, and desertification from overuse of agricultural land and deforestation. Future generations will suffer from rising sea levels, which will harm coastal regions, and soil, which is unsuitable for agriculture if unsustainable development continues. This development occurs because the market system ignores externalities.
Graphs 10 and 11. Negative externalities can occur in either production or consumption. For example, coal
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unavoidable. Such as the carbon dioxide can stay at least one century, the Earth is going to warmer as well in the future. As the global warming is the issue of sustainability development, it is one aspect of the climate change. It refers to the global average temperature which recent and on-going rise near the Earth’s surface. It is also causing the climate to be changed.
The second issue for sustainability is population. The sharp increase in world population brings great challenge to the sustainable development. With the increasing number of the human and the improvement of the lifestyle, the supply of water, food, soil, and other sources will become scarce.
Nowadays, people realize that the
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of greenhouse gases, the scary fact is how much humans have contributed to the atmosphere. “According to the IPCC, most of the observed increase in global temperatures since the mid-20th century is very likely due to the observed increase in anthropogenic greenhouse gas concentrations” (World Bank Document, p. 33). And this not only affects weather, but the hydrological cycle, water reserves, and agriculture as well. The greatest sink of water is currently agriculture. The amount of water to produce food for a day dwarfs the amount of water a person uses. This is important as it relates to the increasing human population and how agriculture will stand up in the face of a changing, warming
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desperately compete for
jobs, food and shelter. As the earth's population continues to grow, it will be harder to feed
people. Furthermore, Mexico as a whole country contains a majority of catholic religious
believers which means that there is very little use of birth control. This causes for couples to
have large number of children which only adds to the overpopulation dilemma in this city.
Consequently overcrowding also adds to the rate of poverty which essentially contributes to a
lack of education.
Global warming seems to be linked to pollution of the air, and the seas are being polluted by oil
spills and waste dumping. Fewer people would mean less pollution from cars, factories
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of which 6,586 are children.
Health authorities confirmed 16 deaths,7 in Accra,3 in Kumasi,2 in Takoradi and 1 in Cape Coast and two others.-16th July ,2009,(DREF OPERATION NO.mdrghoo2 Glide no. FL-2009-000132-GHA. 16 July, 2009)
CAUSES OF FLOOD
There are two main causes of flood. These are
The natural causes and the human causes.
NATURAL CAUSES OF FLOOD
A) High rainfall.
Heavy rains raise the water level. When the water level gets higher than the river bank or the dams, the water forces its way out from the river often leading to a condition of flooding.
b) Snow melt.
The alarming effect of global warming is leading to increase in temperature higher than the temperature of
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, herding reindeer
Issues: mining and oil extraction destroy tundra; global warming may eliminate Arctic regions, including the tundra forever. (Winter will be shortened, melting snow cover which could lead to flooding of some coastal areas, plants die, animal migrating patterns change).
Large amounts of methane in ice in clathrates which if released in the atmosphere could enormously increase greenhouse gases.
Examples: Siberia, Alaska
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misunderstanding the data presented could be someone that is researching crime statistics in an area where they are looking to relocate and raise a family; if they do not understand the manner in which the data is being presented, it could be more than easy for them to misunderstand it, this can even apply to the person who wrote the article or table on the data, unknowingly in this situation. An example of using incomparable definitions typically occurs when data is compared from two different sources. Global warming is a topic that many different scientists have researched and published their data, so if someone presenting this data used two different sources, the definitions and sample
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turbines vanes causing them to spin, creating kinetic energy.
5. The steam turbine is connected to an electricity generator and powers the generators motor.
C. The advantages of nuclear power.
1. Cleaner source of power.
a. The biggest advantage of nuclear power.
b. No fossil fuels are used to produce nuclear energy.
c. Help in curbing greenhouse gas emissions such as threatening the planet with hazards for global warming and climate change.
2. Efficient power generation.
a. In this high-end technology, many country believe that this energy become one of the most efficient source of power.
b. The sophisticated nuclear power plants being built today are less vulnerable to
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health. Coal and gas are much cheaper but their impact on the environment and ecosystem is immense. The phenomenon of global warming and the greenhouse effect are due to the emissions of coal and gas driven industries and transportation (Tiwari, Solar Energy Technology Advances 3-4). In the 20th century, the average temperature of Earth rose one degree Fahrenheit. This was a period that saw the most aggressive population growth and industrial development in Earth’s history. The impact of global warming on the environment is extensive and affects many areas. In the 21st century the impact on the environment will get worse with the continued use of fossil fuels. For that reason fossil fuel use