Have anyone of you felt like; every year the winter is getting shorter or the days are not so cold like they use to be. Well it’s all happening because of global warming.
Does Global Warming exist?
It’s real, it’s us, and it’s bad
The subject of global warming is as popular as the president. These both topics have always been hot subjects in everyday life. Global warming is the biggest storm headed in our way. It is also the most important issue of our times. Those ads or public service announcement on TV about global warming might not be the most attractive but the cause behind it is very important. Global warming is one of the major threats our planet is facing. Most scientists prove the fact that global warming is mainly caused by human activities rather than natural cycles. To simplify it, most mechanisms that we use are affecting earth. These mechanisms are created by humans. Therefore, humans are affecting earth.
How humans have caused Global Warming?
Humans have caused global warming by doing many things but the main three are burning of fossil fuels and green house gas emission, deforestation, and excessive use of chemical fertilizers. Global warming is like a bad dream going worse.
The emission of green house gasses due to human activity contributes the most in increasing global warming. Today, fossil fuels are used as a source of energy for transportation, electricity, industrial process and to increase human comfort in this era. Over the last decade humans have created mass amount of industries. These industries have been burning fossil fuels such as coal, which release carbon dioxide and carbon monoxide; carbon dioxide absorbs heat that raises the temperature of the earth. More than 80% of carbon dioxide comes from transportation and industrial factories, which plays an integral role in making up the economy.
Similarly, another human activity that causes global warming is deforestation. The main reason behind deforestation is to escalate the availability of land for housing, urbanization, and for agriculture. The forest absorbs carbon dioxide produced due to burning of fossil fuels. They help to absorb 20% of manmade carbon dioxide emission. When there are no forests the carbon dioxide gets dissolved in atmosphere and pollutes the environment. Cutting down the forests...