Essay Global Warming

Topics: Greenhouse gas, Global warming, Oxygen Pages: 3 (1147 words) Published: May 27, 2015
Fighting for a change in our World

Napoleon Lazo A01176472
Scarlett Cabriales A01176401
Reynaldo Cantú Márquez A01176598
Jesus Mendoza A01207526
Bernardo Maroñas A01176459

“Preservation of our environment is not a liberal or conservative challenge, it’s common sense.” -Ronald Reagan.[1] Global warming is the rise of the temperature in air and the major reason of this problem is the drastic increase in the emission of CO2 caused by burning fuels.[2] The rise of the greenhouse gases started around the 1950’s because of the rise of industries and factories. [3] Global warming didn’t start in a specific location rather in the places with a higher industrial concentration like in United Kingdom, United States and China. [4]  . The purpose of this essay  is to clarify the biggest problems of global warming and display solutions how to avoid or stop it.

Air pollution consists of any damaging substance for the environment and living things that is introduce into the atmosphere. [5] Air pollution comes from many different sources like cars, factories and the burning of fossil fuels to name a few. Some of the greenhouse gases have cost a depletion in the ozone layer, this has caused that global warming has speed up because of the hole in the ozone layer caused by air pollution. [6]  This pollution traps heat around the Earth thus causing global warming. [7] Smog is one of the forms of air pollution and one of its main components is sulfur dioxide. Although it causes acid rain it also is able to keep sunlight out of the Earth maintaining it cool. Thus reducing smog is actually helping even more the global warming as it lets more sunlight go through and gets trapped thanks to the pollution. [7] Some of the other greenhouse gases are carbon dioxide, methane, nitrous oxide, HFC’s, PFC’s and SF6. If these gases continue to rise, the ozone layer will continue to decay and global warming would continue increasing and affecting us. [8]...

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