Global warming

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MingZhongLi
Mrs. Glasscock
Honers English 12
December 2 2014

Thesis statement: Most sensitive global climate issues is global warming, which effect human life and the major reason cause the global warming is human activities. I. Introduction II. Effect of global warming

A.Ice melting
B. Climate change
III. Human activities
A. Population
B. environment
C. Irresponsible
VI. Protection
A.
B.
C.
IV. Conclusion

Winter is a amazing season because the snow and freezing win. Most people enjoy the winter season. But will they be forever? The news about global warming has dire predictions about the future. Global warming is not a scary myth that scientists have made up, but a very real natural condition that is affecting the world more and more each day. What is global warming? Global warming is the observed and projected increases in the average temperature of Earth’s atmosphere and oceans. In general, we know that the origin of global warming is the emission of carbon dioxide. It was verified that the relationship between carbon dioxide and temperature; when there is more carbon dioxide the temperature gets warmer. Every day, more electric gadgets flood the market, and without widespread alternative energy sources, we are highly dependent on burning coal for our personal and commercial electrical supply. Carbon dioxide emissions from burning gasoline for transportation With our population growing at an alarming rate, the demand for more cars and consumer goods means that we are increasing the use of fossil fuels for transportation and manufacturing.Our consumption is outpacing our discoveries of ways to mitigate the effects. The major reason of global warming is due to human’s activities, producing the green house gases such as carbon dioxide, methane and water vapor, which trap the energy from the sun. Recently, the sharp increasing of population is one of the main reason. Meanwhile, this is biggest threaten to...
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