Global Warming Paper

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Global warming is an urgent issue nowadays that needs solution to be able to continue our living on the Earth. Research paper on global warming should be well-structured and well-written. It should cover the most important aspects of the problem and present a strong argument against global warming and human activities which lead to this problem. Global warming research paper outline usually includes main aspects discussed in the paper. It should contain the notion of global warming. For example, “Global warming is the process of gradual increase of average annual temperature of the Earth's atmosphere and the great oceans.” The global warming concept placed at the beginning of your work will show the reader you are familiar with the problem. The introduction to a research paper on global warming will include the problem analysis and thesis statement. For instance, you may write in your introduction the following: “Researchers have come to a conclusion that unregulated exhaust gas emissions to the atmosphere and other irresponsible behavior of a human being has become the reasons of the constant climate change that will change our planet. The danger of global ecocatastrophe is acknowledged by the governments and peoples of developed countries of the world. The struggle for life-saving of our civilization becomes more and more popular.” However, our task is not to engage you in this struggle, but to help you in research paper writing. The body paragraph of your work should contain at least one strong argument. However, we recommend you to use three main arguments to support your thesis statement. Think about the future of our planet if global warming continues. Use the most vivid examples on global warming and its effects on our life. For example, the following information may be interesting for your professor: “The Canadian expedition that consisted of the military and the researchers has found new large splits in arctic glaciers to the North from Canada that is...
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