Emerging From The Dark Abyss Of The Ocean Essay

1371 Words Mar 2nd, 2016 6 Pages
Emerging from the dark abyss of the ocean, a marine biologist might consider the coexistence of life they study as well as the life they live. The entwined fates of each animal thrives upon the conditions of their environment. Their environment is based upon the conditions of the world. Humans are destroying the world. Global Warming is the primary example. The destruction of our atmosphere is primarily caused by humans yet some individuals And scientists don’t accept this responsibility. Humans releasing abundant amounts of CO2 have changed the environment throughout history yet the human society has not taken action to correct this behavior. As humans, we release 12.4 tons of carbon dioxide per average household while a single tree can only absorb 0.013 tons of CO2. This excess amount of carbon dioxide and greenhouse gases affects our Global Climate in drastic ways. Winner of the Outstanding Leadership Award, U.S. Department of Energy in 2010, Stephen Schwartz explains CO2 role further by stating the situation then the consequences. Schwartz demonstrates how “the world’s energy economy” will change because of the “atmospheric carbon dioxide [that] continues to increase.” In other words. plants can’t exchange all the gas for O2. The ozone layer will slowly collapse, allowing harmful sunrays to enter the atmosphere hurting our overall energy cycle in all aspects of life including the deep deep ocean. Furthermore, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)…

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