The Crimes And Effects Of Global Warming In The World

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Humans are killing the planet they live on. There are many problems that the Earth faces, whether it is in the way of natural disasters, crimes, and most definitely global warming. Global warming is something that some people do not like to believe in, or rather avoid. Yet, the effects of global warming cannot help but be more obvious. Global warming is not a problem that appeared over night, but an enigma that has been induced throughout the years by not only a group of people, but by almost all people in the world. One of the biggest contributions to global warming is the release of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gasses into the atmosphere. A predicament which is presented in the form of human actions. One of the biggest human activities …show more content…
Poison that has been damaging the atmosphere in the way of toxins being released into the air due to the burning of coal, oil, and natural gas. Yet, this energy routine has been used for many years and will keep being used for many years on until a solution is found. But the atmosphere is not the only one that is taking the fall of the over usage source, the health of people that inhale the air exposed to the toxins is also in danger. According to an article by National Nurse, “Any attack on the environment will affect our health, in the air we breathe, the water that we drink, that also goes into areas that are farming, will affect our cattle, pigs, fish, shrimp (Jones et al. 14)”. The attacks this article is referring to are the attacks of pollution into people’s own environment that is affecting everyone that surrounds them. It is time to change the way humans provide their power. An eco-friendly solution that does not add problems, but help solve them. Which is where the idea of innovative power sources comes in. Sources like wind energy, solar energy and nuclear …show more content…
People have wanted to revolutionize the supply of electric energy for a long time. There was a poll made in 1988 in which, “81 percent of the American public believed that nuclear energy was important in order to meet the United States’ energy needs in the years ahead” (Wallis 723). This attests that over three fourths of the American people agreed that nuclear energy would be essential in order to provide enough energy for the growing need for electricity. Not only did citizens believe that nuclear energy was better for the environment, but as a result of fossil fuel’s exhaustibility they believed that the amount of energy generated by the burning of coal would eventually run out or not be enough to fabricate enough for the country’s population. Coming to the conclusion that nuclear energy may be the solution to that

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