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    Global warming Global warming is a worldwide phenomenon that the temperature is warm and keeps rising. It was reported that “hot days have doubled in the last 50 years. In addition, over the last 30 years extreme the weather has increased in the populous southeast region of Australia - southern NSW, Victoria, Tasmania and parts of south Australia.” (Will Steffen, Lesley Hughes and Alix Pearce) While the impacts behind the global warming becomes more serious, the basic causes of global warming…

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    Global warming has played a major role in the changing weather all over the world; the climate change all over the world is a proof that the weather conditions are changing. Global warming has made some of the hottest land cold now and the countries that never had a summer in millenniums are now having sunlight regularly. These are the basic changes that signify that global warming is affecting the whole world. Global climate change is a procedure which is according to the climate studies a…

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    Human Effects On Global Warming How do we, humans, affect the topic “global warming?” What is global warming? How does it affect the earth and living organisms? Global warming is a term used for describing a consistent change of heat temperature on our earth. It is also believed to permanently change the earth’s climate, making it warmer and warmer as time moves forward. It affects mainly sea and ice animals, scientists estimate that the arctic sea ice is melting 12% every…

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    and Atmospheric Association defined global warming and climate change by stating, “Global warming refers only to the Earth’s rising surface temperature, while climate change includes warming and the “side effects” of warming—like melting glaciers, heavier rainstorms, or more frequent drought. Said another way, global warming is one symptom of the much larger problem of human-caused climate change.” Since global warming is a side effect of climate change, the effects can be measured to view the…

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    Global Warming Teya Sharir Social Studies 11 Mr. Dignum 1-4 Global warming is a significant issue, which could cause numerous negative effects on Canada. This could include severe damaging to the environment, along with the endangerment of the health of future generations. Climate change is not only harmful and could produce a few beneficial impacts as well including increasing the farm and agriculture production, and assisting the health of Canadians as the…

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    May Why We Should Care Global Warming otherwise known as climate change is one of the biggest problems facing the 21stcentury. Yet most people don't seem to understand just how far reaching and impactful the effects of Global Warming can be. Because of this most people don't seem to care much about it or try to stop it, saying that ?it is not animportant issue?. the truth though is that Global Warming is a very important issue that we should care about, and…

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    noted in the climate are not beneficial and are harmful in general to human survival. Global warming, taking into account ideas from the movie, can be considered as a moral issue. According to Gore, it is everyone’s moral duty to ensure that they take care of their environment by preventing issues such as global warming, which is considered as the main reason behind climatic change in the universe. Global warming is considered as a moral issue according to Gore’s movie since human beings are…

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    is to persuade my speakers to take action and help lower global warming by putting laws in place. Specific Purpose: Persuade my peers/audience to take action. Central Idea: Inform my classmates, about the impact that certain actions are doing on our planet. Introduction A popular topic that has been flying around for a few years has been the topic of global warming. Scientists started looking into and doing research on global warming back in the 1970’s. But evidence from the conducted…

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    Global Warming and its Effect on America In elementary school, we learn the steps of the Water Cycle. We know that for it to rain, warm air has to evaporate water from rivers, oceans, pond, trees, etc, and then it transforms that water into condensation. Soon there will be enough condensation built up that we will experience rainfall, snow, and other types of precipitation. Around the world, we are experiencing a great increase in rain. Why is this? Why is our world constantly undergoing more…

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    Global Warming: A new epidemic? Global Warming is a gradual increase in the overall temperature of the earth 's atmosphere generally attributed to the greenhouse effect caused by increased levels of carbon dioxide, chlorofluorocarbons, and other pollutants. This global Warming is changing the earth slowly but might make drastic changes to our everyday life. There are many factors causing global warming, the effects could be devastating, and society needs to care more about this and do something…

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