Global warming is one of the greatest challenges our planet faces, according to the United States Environmental Protection Agency, commonly (EPA), as the increase of temperatures in the Earth’s neon-surface air and is becoming one of the most current and widely discussed concerns among the United States government. Several current trends clearly demonstrate that global warming is directly impacting the rising sea levels, the melting of polar ice caps and other significant worldwide climate changes. Al Gore's actions and the writing of An Inconvenient Truth has improved our understanding of Global Warming and its effects in all aspects and been the topic of controversy. The global average temperature rose significantly during the past century according to the EPA, the prevailing scientific view is that most of the temperatures have increased since the mid-twentieth century and has been caused by a direct increase in a concentration of greenhouse gas that was produced through human activity ("Impact of Global Warming" 6). The planet has increased its atmospheric temperature more now than any other time in the past century, rising from 34.52 to 42.44 degrees Fahrenheit (“Climate change: How Do We Know?”). There are many ways to act as prevention towards global warming and to keep the phenomena from worsening and stop its latter effects. Unfortunately, the imbalance which has been created is beginning to show the signs of disasters in the form of floods, cyclones, landslides, tsunamis, and even droughts. Global warming is the suspected cause with the warming of the Earth’s center which results when the atmosphere traps the sun’s heat, thus causing the rise in environmental issues and many periods of both warming and cooling (Hoggan and Littlemore 93). In short, this essay contends that global warming represents a fundamental threat to all people on Earth.
There is a close relation between global warming and population growth, today the large population on Earth...
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