Our environment is ever changing so it would only make sense that our climate will change also. Researchers believe that the changes in our climate are directly related to certain types of energy. Energy plays an important role in many aspects of our lives. For example, we use electricity for lighting, heating, and cooling. We use fuel for transportation, heating, and cooking. Our energy production and use are connected with many other aspects of modern life, such as water consumption, use of goods and services, transportation, economic growth, land use, and population growth. Our production and use of energy (most of which comes from fossil fuels) also contributes to climate change, accounting for more than 80% of U.S. greenhouse gas emissions (EPA, 2010). Plants throughout the world producing all kinds of items for the requirements of humankind are a serious problem in this connection. The cutting down of woodlands for developing area for harvesting, towns, and roads plays a role in the issue by decreasing the quantity of trees. There are main effects of continued climate change around the world. These incorporate modifications in the earth’s orbit, alternation in the intensity of sunlight approaching our planet, alternation in ocean circulation, and volcanic outbreaks. Substantial climate change taking place on Earth will lead to altering precipitation patterns, the melting of ice in the Arctic, melting glaciers throughout the world, enhanced ocean temperatures, and an increasing sea level throughout the world (EPA, 2010). Significant climate change does not just impacts crops and animals all over the world, but can also have a damaging influence on people’s fitness. Air contamination issues would rise to higher numbers. Particularly vulnerable to this would be kids and the elderly. People suffering from breathing problems would suffer more attacks. Warm temperatures could lead to the rise...
References: EPA (2010). Inventory of U.S. Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Sinks: 1990-2008 (PDF). U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
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