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Global Warming Reflection

This paper will address the following questions based on the movie, “An Inconvenient Truth.” It will provide a summary of the film. Additionally, it will describe feelings toward environmental and social implications regarding climate changes. It will answer questions regarding the global warming. Plus, it will recommend survival strategies for the here and now, and the future. Furthermore, it will give a summary of the whole global warming subject. Summary of movie and what it is about

The Inconvenient Truth is a documentary film about global warming on planet earth. The film is directed by Davis Guggenheim and presented by former United States vice president Al Gore. The purpose of the film is to educate the earth population about the dangers of global warming. The damage the people of earth are doing to the climate with regards to over population, plant factory chemicals, gas guzzling trucks, cutting trees, smoke decreasing the ozone layer, and not recycling. Al Gore provides examples and pictures regarding the effects of global warming on earth. For example, the melting of big chunks of ice, the sea level rises with the melting of the ice, and the earth becoming hotter. Additionally, Al Gore provides information of the dangers the humans will receive if the climate gets warmer. Furthermore, the film shows helpful steps to take to have a greener earth and slow the global warming. Environmental and social implications regarding climate changes

Climate changes are affecting the earth worldwide. According to Arctic Melt Unnerves the Experts article “The Arctic ice cap shrank so much this summer that waves briefly lapped along two long-imagined Arctic shipping routes, the Northwest Passage over Canada and the Northern Sea Route over Russia” (NY Times, 2007). Ice glaciers are melting and sea levels are increasing. The climate change has produced many environmental disasters. The over population is sending people farther into...

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