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1.Global warming:
 Global Warming is an increase in the earth 's atmospheric temperatures widely due to an increase in the greenhouse effect resulting especially from pollution.
 Global warming is melting of ice from poles because of the increase in the extent of carbon dioxide
Another Less fresh water will be available.
 Species that depend on one another may become out of sync. For example, plants could bloom earlier than their pollinating insects become active.
 Natural calamities and disaster would occur at lesser frequencies and with more destructive power.Hurricanes and other storms are likely to become stronger.
 Severe heat waves would lead to death of millions of people all around the world.
 While the idea of swimming in a warmer ocean is pleasant to most human beings, increasing ocean temperatures could cause serious ecological damage. major cause of global warming is deforestation.
2.Moral values:
Positive moral values are important because they allow you to have an overall feeling of peace and joy. Moral values can give meaning and purpose to your life. You are able to direct your behavior towards beneficial and fulfilling activities.
When you live your life according to moral values that are based on honesty, compassion, courage, modesty, and forgiveness, then you can also form positive bonds with other people.
Incorporating the moral value of honesty in your life make you trustworthy. You will have a clear conscience because you can respect yourself. The people that you come into contact with will be able to count on you to be fair and sincere. Your integrity will allow you to advance in both your personal and professional life. There are more opportunities for you to fully experience life when you are an honest person.
In conclusion, moral values are extremely important for your overall well-being. Moral values provide a structure for your life. Honesty makes you respectable. Compassion makes you sympathetic to others.

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