Advantages of Global Warming

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It is apparent that this is an important environmental issue that most people believe is not occurring. With almost all bad situations it is very frequently that we have something positive come out of it. Global Warming is in most cases always viewed as a problem; one that is horrifying, going to end up flooding the world and in turn end it as well. After doing research on the subject matter I have come to realize a more positive outlook on what everyone has a negative view on.

A couple of months ago I was watching the Oprah Winfrey Show and she was interviewing a woman from Shishmaref, Alaska. She talked about how Global Warming was effecting her town and everyone living there. What used to be her home town is now being washed away and the coastlines are no longer because of the vicious waves. Because of the rising sea levels it corrodes the houses’ foundations and ends up in the sea. The Inupiak people who have lived there for many generations have had to relocate to higher ground because of this. I do not see anything good come out of this situation other than everything happens for a reason and well that reason I have not figured out yet.

Global Warming is not an issue for the people in Russia. This is good news to them, something they have been wanting for a long time. Due to the cold weather they experience a large sum of money is having to be spent on heating systems and can be saved to use a little towards minor air conditioning. Since it is blistering cold in this Patino 2 country many people become depressed and if the temperature rises and makes it become warmer it could possibly lower the depression rate in individuals. Not only will it give the country a warmer climate; it will also provide agriculture to expand.

Although it has been known that many people in Russia because of the crucial cold weather freeze to death, studies show that over time we learn to adapt to higher temperatures...
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