Global Warming And The Issue Of Global Climate Change

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Days are normally hot, but it would be really unusual if nights peaked at a very high temperature. This kind of scenario wouldn’t be surprising if you’re living in Arizona, just bearing the heat of the sun all day and won’t realize that the heat is burning your skin. This is a common thing, people get all around the world and not a bad thing, but things get worse, like the abnormal high temperature of the Earth as well as the quality of the air we breathe in that made common people get sick. We all know that global warming is a big factor when dealing with our day by the day plans and could cause illness so it really comes in the way. I 've recently come across one of the editorials for the Sunday Review of the New York Times, "Where Did Global …show more content…
Furthermore, Dr. Rosenthal argues that, while other nations all across the world are advocating for the reduction of anthropogenic emission of carbon dioxide, the United States, one of the largest contributors to the increase in carbon dioxide emission, stand agnostic on the issue of global climate change. I believe that it is important to take a stand on this issue now, while the damage to the world’s climate is minimal, rather than later, when the effects of the greenhouse gases become noticeably severe. I agree that the United States should regard the project for the mitigation of carbon dioxide gas because its negative effects on climate influences the world as a whole, meaning that when a country ignorantly burns fossil fuels without limits, it can influence other parts and countries of the …show more content…
To see the different perspectives on the existence of global warming, I have gathered two other different sources that each expresses its own views; “The Rough Guide to Climate Change”, an analytical book about climate change by Robert Henson, and “What Global Warming?”, an article in the Wall Street Journal by Michael Totty. While all of the sources agree on the existence of Global Warming, each of them gives its own arguments as to why they believe it

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