Global warming is very real. It is the preeminent danger to human civilization. It affects me, a scientist, it affects you, and it affects everyone. Everyone has heard of this issue and many people to try to change the egocentric attitude that most humans possess.
Life before 1880 was much more incautious about these ramifications. Global warming is the increase of the Earth’s average temperature due to greenhouse gases, such as carbon dioxide emissions from burning fossil fuels or from deforestation, which trap heat that would otherwise escape from Earth.The average temperature has climbed 1.4 degrees around the world since 1880. The rate of warming is increasing. There is more carbon dioxide in the atmosphere today than at any point in the last 800,000 years. My good old friend at the science labs who is loving of the world and changing things for the better goes to schools and explains this phenomenal issue.
Think about how people in the arctic feel. This controversy affects them the most. The ice is rapidly disappearing now, so think about what it will be like when our great-great-great-great grand children are alive. Some scientists say that polar bears are drowning due to these changes. Who would want the cute, soft, harmless animals die just for human urgencies? In July 2006, severe heat waves in North America contributed to the deaths of at least 225 people. A researcher named Bill Fraser has tracked the decline of the Adelie penguins in