Global Warming: The Signs And Science

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For the last several decades, there have been many discussions regarding global warming. As of now, it has become one of the biggest problems our world faces today. The PBS film “Global Warming; The Signs and the Science,” aims to call attention to the dangers society faces from climate change and suggests urgent actions that need to be taken immediately. The program tries to explain to its audience that global warming is very much in evidence by showing clips of science experts who explain the signs and science behind this situation. The program reviews evidence that human activities are causing a groundbreaking period of climatic and deadly incidents such as droughts, storms, flooding, population increase, and the increase of diseases. Global Warming is a major crisis that is being discussed all around the world. Many science experts in the film give evidence that humans are the cause of global warming. Earth is already struggling to keep itself alive, and humans are making it worse by the excess heat we generate from Carbon Dioxide and other wastes that we have built up. These changes are damaging the environment and agricultural population, threatening wild species with extinction, …show more content…
In the last two and a half decades we have seen the emergence of 30 diseases due to medicine. The rising of temperature expands the range for infectious diseases. For example, in the past couple years, the emergences of Ebola and Vibrio Cholerae can be noted. It’s the climates’ changes in precipitation patterns and the drought that lays the groundwork for these diseases. Another potential consequence shown in the film was the incident of summer 2003 in Greeley Colorado when a human health disaster began to unfold known as the West Nile Virus. There were about 200,000 cases. Many individuals who had the West Nile Virus experienced joint pain and fever, and many individuals were diagnosed with Cephalitis and

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