Is Global Climate Change Man Made?
The current situation of the world is becoming a fact that the world gets hotter and hotter. What makes the Earth become hotter has been an issue in debates around the world. The current cycle of global warming is changing the rhythms of climate that all living things have come to rely upon. What will we do to slow this warming? How will we cope with the changes we've already set into motion? While we struggle to figure it all out, the face of the Earth as we know it—coasts, forests, farms, and snowcapped mountains—hangs in the balance. Everybody knows that the earth temperature is getting higher each year and that is why people gathered together and make a campaign to save the earth. The question is who made the Earth temperature become higher? Some people agree that human being is the major cause of the temperature rising. Although, on the other hand, some people blamed nature for its slow development and it is the right of human being to use the natural resources in order to fulfill human being’s daily life. People came out with lots of campaigns to heal the world. On the other hand, some people argue it is useless. It is important to know what really causes the earth temperature rise, which is human being’s mistake. It is also important to know its effectiveness, how can we get the solution and in what point people who see this problem differently must know. The effectiveness of climate change has been added up in every single year. The earth has become a hard place to live now. According to National Geographic research and observation, Icebergs in the North Pole is melting, and that makes it to liquid very fast that sea level is rising (National Geographic, 2007) Researcher Bill Fraser has made an observation of the breed of Adelie Penguins of the Antarctica, and the result that the rate has fallen from 32,000 pairs to 11,000 in 30 years only. This result is very dangerous, as it is telling the decline of the...
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