Argumentative Essay: What Is Global Warming?

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Global warming has become a major environmental issue whether some acknowledge it or not. The biggest concern for us all is how global warming happened. What has brought about global warming? Does that one single source exist as the reason for all the chaos that have brought damage on this world today? The evidence points to not just one single cause, but many. The reality of the effects of global warming on the earth has been debated. The answer to the causes can be seen in the effects.
So, what is global warming? Global warming is the increase of the earth’s average surface temperature due to effects of greenhouse gases, such as carbon dioxide and methane. Due to these gases absorbing the heat that would ordinarily escape from the earth,
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The increased demand for cars which in turn makes the consumption of gasoline. The increased demand for wood and paper products has contributed to the removing of forests. Methane has been produced from animals as a result of the rice paddies production. As compared to earlier years, the use of chemical fertilizer use has greatly increased. “Nitrogen oxides have 300 times more heat-trapping capacity per unit of volume than carbon dioxide.”
The effects of global warming numerous as well. The old saying, to see is to believe, holds true in this case. The effects of global warming are seen and felt. Human activities that have contributed to global warming are visible to us on a daily basis. The carbon dioxide emissions from fossil fuel burning power
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The future generations have to look forward to what as far as a solution to the environmental imperiling issue. What will this problem cost the future generations to come up with a solution. Acknowledging and identifying the source or sources are the beginning of the battle to combat the havoc that global warming has brought upon the earth and the livelihood of its occupants. Not sure if this would be an easy fix or not. But without a doubt, global warming is a problem today and tomorrow. Without a sure solid resolution to the global warming, the earth and the life on it will be effected for years, maybe decades to

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