Global warming in developed and developing countries
If the Quelccaya ice cap in Peru melts continually at its current rate, it will leave thousands of people who rely on it for drinking or electricity without the insource. (IPCC, 2007report)This phenomenon is attributed to the global warming caused by fossil fuel burning. The United Nations has set a target for the world’s government to integrate the principles of sustainable development into country policies and programmes and reverse the loss of environmental resources.The 2009 United Nations Climate Change Conference, commonly known as the Copenhagen Summit was dedicated the reduction of GHGs emission.(Wikipedia 2010) This shows that global warming has become a global problem. This essay will firstly analyses causes of global warming then it will compare the carbon dioxide emissions in developed &developing countries and finally, it will compare the carbon dioxide emissions in developing countries.
Because carbon dioxide has increased about 30% in the Earth's atmosphere it has trapped too much heating to the plane. Global temperatures have climbed about 0.6 degrees Celsius in last century lead a global warming. The reasons for global warming are complex. Firstly, some scientists point out that there are some natural causes that should not be ignored, such as volcanic activity. The volcanic eruption in Iceland is a good example. Secondly, most scientists maintain that humans, by burning fossil fuels such as coal and petroleum, are largely to blame for the increase in carbon dioxide. There are two reasons for the problem. The first reason is that people who live in poverty (some developing regions) and do not have enough food deforest for farm land, this makes the condition worse. Secondly, scientists learned that there are several greenhouse gases responsible for warming, and humans emit them in a variety of ways. Most come from the combustion of fossil fuels in cars, factories and electricity...
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