Climate Change And Its Effect On The Earth 's Environment Essay

1164 Words Feb 1st, 2016 null Page
Have you noticed the abnormal weather patterns? Climate change is something we face in our daily lives. Have you ever wondered where the exhaust coming out of your car 's tailpipe ends up? Exhaust is deadly to breath in, so what makes it okay for us to admit it in our world? Climate change is the change in global or even regional climate patterns as a result of the increase of carbon dioxide in our atmosphere by the use of fossil fuels. Fossil fuels are nonrenewable energy sources, meaning that they were created 300-360 million years ago and once they are used, they are gone. Humans need to make a shift in this reliance for nonrenewable energy because once it is used it is gone forever. Once we burn these fuels, there are lasting effects on the earth 's environment. Six hundred fifty-thousand years ago, the carbon dioxide level had never been above 300 parts per million. The carbon dioxide level surpassed the 300 parts per million in 1900, which was the start of the Industrial Revolution. During the Industrial Revolution factories started burning an excessive amount of oil and spewing out carbon into the atmosphere. The Industrial Revolution began in England in the 1700s. Iron and textile industries along with steam engines played an important role in the Industrial Revolution. As an end result of the Industrial Revolution we saw improved transportation, communication and banking. As a result of the increase of carbon in the atmosphere, the global sea levels rose 6.7…

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