Global Warming The major threat of today’s world is global warming. Due to various reasons global warming turns out to be a serious issue in the last few years. Today people believe in global warming while this concept was not so much believed and people interpreted in some other meanings what was happening in the past. Global warming is amplification in the temperature of earth because of industrial pollution, fossil fuels, and agricultural practices caused by human being, other and natural gas emissions. Because of this greenhouse gases are released in large quantity. Solar radiations of short wave type go down under the earth and increase its surface temperature, while infrared radiations of long wave type that is released by earth
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This rise results in more methods of transportation and more food by more burning of fossil fuels and emission of methane. As CO2 is a cause of global warming, the augment in population creates the problem more inferior because we exhale CO2. And, the trees that change our CO2 into oxygen are being cutting down because we're utilizing the land for our homes by pulling down trees. These trees are significant part of our eco system and we are not replacing it.
Consequences of Global Warming There are many effects of global warming, but one of the most important effects of global warming is the disastrous speed at which the glaciers and polar ice caps are melting. NASA research indicates that “polar ice caps and glaciers are melting at the rate of 9% per decade” 1. Whenever the polar ice caps dissolve they are boosting the level of oceans and converting the shore lines on the Atlantic and Pacific coasts. Another effect of global warming is on food industry. Importers are forecasting to bring normal supply of food three times in the next year due to crop devastation because of disaster. What an insincerity it is for countries that considered one of the top grain producers in the world. Recently due to the flood in the Philippines due to rise in sea level, people have lost their farms, foods, homes and other sources of income, and in this way rehabilitation needs to extend in excess of economic and physical aspects. Internationally the