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Topics: Global warming, Earth, Carbon dioxide Pages: 19 (6912 words) Published: September 9, 2014
The change in global climate is one of the concerning problems occurring on earth. What makes this issue a problem is human activities such as burning fossil fuels. Climate change is the change that affects the world’s weather, including the shifts in temperature, ocean levels as well as land and precipitation. The climate change can affect the world dramatically, causing the earth’s natural environment to change as well as human society itself. The key factor with climate change is human activities. Humans inflame the problem by burning fossil fuels and deforestation. Trees eliminate Co2 (Carbon Dioxide) by storing them in trees. When trees are slaughtered, the stored Co2 is then released and where does that go? Back into the earth’s atmosphere. Dramatic events such as a volcanic eruption can cause ocean levels to change and an El Nino event will occur (period warming of currents change distribution of heat and precipitation). The biggest volcano eruption was recorded in 1991. Mt Pinatubo is located in the Philippines. A large amount of ash blocked the sun light and this cause the earth’s temperatures to drop around the world by 8 degrees Celsius. The change in global climate is one of the concerning problems occurring on earth. What makes this issue a problem is human activities such as burning fossil fuels. Climate change is the change that affects the world’s weather, including the shifts in temperature, ocean levels as well as land and precipitation. The climate change can affect the world dramatically, causing the earth’s natural environment to change as well as human society itself. The key factor with climate change is human activities. Humans inflame the problem by burning fossil fuels and deforestation. Trees eliminate Co2 (Carbon Dioxide) by storing them in trees. When trees are slaughtered, the stored Co2 is then released and where does that go? Back into the earth’s atmosphere. Dramatic events such as a volcanic eruption can cause ocean levels to change and an El Nino event will occur (period warming of currents change distribution of heat and precipitation). The biggest volcano eruption was recorded in 1991. Mt Pinatubo is located in the Philippines. A large amount of ash blocked the sun light and this cause the earth’s temperatures to drop around the world by 8 degrees Celsius. The change in global climate is one of the concerning problems occurring on earth. What makes this issue a problem is human activities such as burning fossil fuels. Climate change is the change that affects the world’s weather, including the shifts in temperature, ocean levels as well as land and precipitation. The climate change can affect the world dramatically, causing the earth’s natural environment to change as well as human society itself. The key factor with climate change is human activities. Humans inflame the problem by burning fossil fuels and deforestation. Trees eliminate Co2 (Carbon Dioxide) by storing them in trees. When trees are slaughtered, the stored Co2 is then released and where does that go? Back into the earth’s atmosphere. Dramatic events such as a volcanic eruption can cause ocean levels to change and an El Nino event will occur (period warming of currents change distribution of heat and precipitation). The biggest volcano eruption was recorded in 1991. Mt Pinatubo is located in the Philippines. A large amount of ash blocked the sun light and this cause the earth’s temperatures to drop around the world by 8 degrees Celsius. The change in global climate is one of the concerning problems occurring on earth. What makes this issue a problem is human activities such as burning fossil fuels. Climate change is the change that affects the world’s weather, including the shifts in temperature, ocean levels as well as land and precipitation. The climate change can affect the world dramatically, causing the earth’s natural environment to change as well as human society itself. The key factor with climate change is human...
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