The Positive Effects Of Global Warming

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What is Global Warming? Many feel as if it is a natural phenomenon that the Earth cycles through. They are terribly mistaken. It is the effect green house gasses that are emitted by many of the machines we use today. These gasses are getting trapped in the earths atmosphere, causing the temperature to rise. The effects of global warming are all around us and are becoming more prominent. This climate change is a serious threat that needs to be addressed. The sea levels are rising, food shortages are popping up, the global temperature is rising, and much more. As the base temperature of the Earth starts to rise, the polar ice caps are melting. This is causing the sea level to rise. Although this may not seem like a big deal, it would cause …show more content…
These include: forest clearing, zero health care, under population, and much much more. As flooding increases throughout the globe, many people will shy away from cities and move to other towns. Certain cities will become underpopulated while others will suffer from growing overpopulation. As these new cities expand, they will need more and more ground to put houses down and other things essential to living. This will slowly cause deforestation as more and more forest space will need to be taken up to accommodate humans. As the growing overpopulation continues, health care will be diminished. This is a result of incurable diseases being very easily spread throughout the large dense new …show more content…
Wrong! There are a multitude of ways we can deal with something this bad. We can start using alternate forms of energy such as: solar energy, nuclear power, and wind energy. These types of energies don’t let the horrible emissions and greenhouse gasses that cause global warming. Once we stop the greenhouse gasses from getting released, we can work on a way to cool down the earth. One new astounding way that has come up is to induce a natural cloud cover. Being a small child, when things got hot, almost every one would seek shade under a tree or some large cloud that blocked out the sun. If scientists could inject dust into the air, it would give water vapor a place to adhere, forming clouds. These new found clouds would act as a barrier between the earth and the sun, cooling the planet (“Cloud Generation”). Although all of these ways seem larger than just one human, many people can do small things every day to reduce the effects, like

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