INTRODUCTION Greenhouse effect has been a significant issue since the world start to civilize and industrialize. Greenhouse effect occurs due to human activities and many of countries are still finding the best way to solve the problem of greenhouse in this twenty-first century, even though greenhouse effect is a common incident for decreases. Everyone is focus on greenhouse effect because greenhouse effect will gives great damage and harms to the world and mostly affected are wildlife. Thus, this report is mainly study about the impact of climate change to wildlife by greenhouse effect to the world in one country which is Australia because climate change has become a major
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According to US (EPA) As greenhouse gas emissions from human activities is slowly increasing, they make the world become more and more warming of the climate, causing the changes in the atmosphere, on land, and in the oceans. These changes will separate into both positive and negative effects on natural system and wildlife. This is because greenhouse gases can stay in the atmosphere at least tens to hundreds of years after being release, their warming effects on the climate will stay over a long time.
2.1 Greenhouse effect impacts climate change to in Australia (a)Where do greenhouse gases come from to impact Australia?
According to World Wind Fund for Nature (WWF) explained that Australians are the highest greenhouse gas polluter, per person among the Organization for Economic CO-Operation and Development (OECD) in populations.
The main source of greenhouse gas pollution were 72% from energy including 51% on stationary energy, 14% on transport, 7% on fugitive emissions such as oil and gas production, 15.9% from agriculture, 5.7% from industrial process such as aluminum and cement production, 4% on land use, land - use charge and forestry (LULUCF) and also 2.6% from waste.
Because of those sources that produce greenhouse gases, the greenhouse gases have impact the climate change in Australia 2.2 Impact of climate change to wildlife in Australia
(a) Raising temperature: Raising