Pros And Cons Of Global Warming

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Global warming, lest talk about that. It is a boost in the temperature of the earth and the globe, which is affecting the poles. Global warming is something we should consider when using fossil fuels. People think global warming is a joke, but is hurting other places in the globe. One main example of a global warming is that the north and South Poles are melting, thus killing some of the animals there. One term you should know is fossil fuel: a natural energy such as coal or gas, formed in the past life forms on the planet earth. Global warming is also destroying natures rivers and lakes, what was once a nice place to visit will soon be dried up or will not look as good as it had before. There needs to be a way to stop this from happening. …show more content…
Most people say it has nothing to do with us, but when the climate drops to a point that is above freezing level they will melt. This could affect the coast lines in the united states, it could increase the water level drastically. The Climate change is faster and more severe in the poles than in the rest of the world. The poles are warming at a rate of almost twice the earths ordinary rate increase in temperature. “The glaciers maintain enough liquid to increase the worlds sea levels …” Doyle Rice says. This is enough to overcome some of the and in the poles, and if this does happen it will most likely kill some animals that live in the poles. Polar bears, penguins, ex. The biggest problem is that Even an increase of 2 degrees Celsius could be too much for the glaciers. A slight shift in temperature, bringing averages above melting point, will completely change and decimate the earths buildings, houses, and landmarks. As I said if it goes above it, it might knock down houses near the coast, this is because most of the houses out there are on stilts made out of wood. They could either root out and then snap under the pressure of the house. Or the house will just fall because of the impact of the

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