Essay about The Global Impact Of Climate Change

1252 Words Dec 14th, 2016 6 Pages
The Global Impact of Climate Change Psalm 95:5 states, “The sea is His, for He made it, and His hands formed the dry land.” (English Standard Version Bible, Psalm. 95.5). In this quote, the author David exhibits the importance of the earth, one that God himself has made, both land and sea. Such a gift should be treasured and nurtured, but most people do not know how the earth is being impacted by climate change, or most importantly how we can prevent its effects from escalating any further. Climate change is negatively impacting the world; economically, agriculturally, and geographically, and ways to prevent it include; establishing programs, enforcing organizations nationwide, and on a smaller scale, educating other on the concept, and personally exercising ways to combat climate change. Although many might believe climate change is a hoax, its effects on the globe are unignorably threatening. We need to be knowledgeable about the global extent of climate change and above all, the various ways we can prevent it. One of the biggest fallacies of climate change is the assumption that the term is interchangeable with global warming. Climate.gov defines global warming as, “it refers only to the Earth’s rising surface temperature.” They also note that, “global warming is one symptom of the much larger problem of human-caused climate change.” (Kennedy and Lindsey). This quote concludes that global warming is specifically regards the earth’s surface temperature. NASA defines…

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