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    As much as global warming is damaging the planet and the lives of many living species, many scientists do not believe that the warming is actually happening. Scientists look at analysis that is made from global warming believers and produce their own conclusion. Those opposing scientists “hold to a strict definition of global warming as being defined as a rise in atmospheric temperature, they do not consider the atmospheric precursors as valid evidence.” (Conserve Energy Future), meaning they do not believe in global warming as being dangerous for the planet. First, these scientists think global warming is not real because there has not been global warming since 1997. There has been an increase in the temperatures from 1975 till 1997; after…

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    Introduction Now a days we are experiencing some changes in our climate. Unfortunately in the intervening years, time has not stood still in the global environment the pace of destruction has worsen and the urgent need for a response has grown more acute. The relationship between human civilization and the earth has been utterly transformed by a combination of factors including the population explosion technological revolution and a willingness to ignore the future consequence of our presence…

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    Causes and Effects of Global Warming According to a study done by National Wildlife Federation, “The current pace of global average temperature rise puts approximately 25 to 35 percent of plant and animal species at increased risk of extinction.” This poses a huge threat to humans, as the majority of oxygen is derived from plants. Furthermore, without the influence of various predatory animal species, the populations of prey would skyrocket. Global warming has recently developed into one of…

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    It is on the local news or found in the newspaper. It is in the air that people breathe every single day. However, many humans are still not aware of the harmful effects of global warming. Carbon is emitted into the air daily because of the burning of fossil fuels. Eventually, we will run out of fossil fuels. Then what happens? There are plenty of clean alternatives that put little to no greenhouse gas into the atmosphere. One small switch at a time could save a population of polar bears or even…

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    Global warming has become a prominent environmental and economic crisis in not only Canada, but the entire world. For the past 35 years, countries around the globe have dedicated billions of dollars to research on ways to prevent, remedy, and demolish global warming and other detriments to the earth’s atmosphere. It is predicted that Canada will face a number of serious problems due to global warming, but at the same time, there are some extremely beneficial effects of this warming that will be…

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    In the last 20 years, technological innovations such Earth-orbiting satellites have enabled scientist to see the big picture, which reveals the climate changing. However, critics still believe it is not real based on 5 scientific reasons. The five scientific reasons according to John Hawkins, the author of Global Warming isn 't happening are global warming hasn 't occurred since 1977, there is no evidence global warming is caused by man, the artic ice is up fifty percent, previous predictions…

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    will continue to advance at a similar pace. Also, as wealthy countries become wealthier, they will be better able to repair their home country after these natural disasters take place. So, even if something bad such as a decrease in food supply were to happen as a result of global warming, we would be better able to cope with these negative effects according to Moore. A majority of the ways to reduce greenhouse gas emissions will cost a substantial amount of money and are not sufficient in…

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    important fish species that contribute to the economy and play a very critical part in the food chain as they are the primary source of food for many animals and a food source for humans. Their annual migration is a miracle of nature that provides an insight into the yearly population and the abundance of their species (OLWQS 2014). However, the salmon population has decreased in the past few decades due to the effects of global warming causing changes within the habitats they live in. Theses…

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    Global Warming is more than just temperature change. The cost of global warming is extraordinarily expensive. According to a report by the United Nation 's Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, released in March 2014, the Earth 's rising temperature could bring about economic disaster ranging anywhere between $70 and $100 billion a year. This would be the result of “the combined cost of crop losses, rising sea levels, higher temperatures and fresh water shortages” (Surrey 2016).…

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    growing emission rates. The scientific community no longer debates the existence of such an environmental issue with the overwhelming potential to cause great global catastrophe economically, physically, and socially. The only hindering force for life-changing mitigation and adaption resides in the politics and their detailed legislation. The challenge presented to us today is not of providing adequate information to convince the majority of law makers and country leaders, but to frighten them…

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