Global Warming: The Science Behind A Climate Headline

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Global Warming is beginning to drastically affect the Earth. Most people do not think about the damage they are doing to the Earth of if they do they think it is a problem for the future and not for now, which is untrue. Humans’ lifestyles should be altered to prevent further damage to Earth’s environment by reducing the demand for energy, recycling, and using less air conditioning and heat, these acts will reduce global warming.

If the human race would cut down on energy usage, it would slow down global warming 's damages. In “Climate Change Science- Not Hype,” Michael Lemonick discusses greenhouse gasses and their threats on the planet. Lemonick says “that climate is changing largely as a result of greenhouse gas emissions” (Lemonick). Proving greenhouse gas emissions is becoming very easy because it is beginning to hurt our planet more and more. “The Science Behind a Climate Headline” by Rachel Pike shows how hard it is to make a breakthrough in the scientific community. It is apparent that we should believe what is released to the press by scientists because it is reviewed by hundreds of
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The burning of gasses causes greenhouse gas emissions, which is important to many scientists and has been expressed in many paper such as Michael D. Lemonick, the author of “ Climate Change Science- Not Hype.” In this paper he says that “science clearly shows that climate is changing largely as a result of greenhouse gas emissions” (Lemonick). Global warming is definitely caused by humans, it is proved everyday by thousands of scientists. Also in “Climate Change Science- Not Hype” Michael D. Lemonick says that climate change is an unpredicted phenomenon. The less energy we use on heaters and air conditioners the more we help our environment in the long run. Using less energy and burning less gas is a good way to reduce the human races negative impact on the

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