according to Trenberth et al. tell us that the managements of major national academies of science have said that "the science is clear, the world is heating up and humans are primarily responsible."(par.9). There sre signs all around us. Just look at all the fuel from our cars that gets into our atmosphere. Everytime we light our wood burning stove. What about the glaciers, and polor bears? Like with anything there are those that say there is no need to worry. America is known as a world leader, so why don’t we prove that by taking care of what we have before it is to late. The weather is changing everyday. The evidence is with our farmers, and there crops. How about oil spills? People are having more and more children adding to the population. “A 2009 poll by the Pew Research Center's Forum on Religion and Public Life (2009) found a range of views among American respondents to the question whether there was solid evidence of global warming” (Dreisbach, 2013, sec. 1.4). With all the talent and resources America has why are they not doing anything? There were meetings in South Africa on the topic of global warming, “By 2011, 191 countries had signed this protocol, although the United States had not” (Dreisbach, 2013). According to Dreisbach (2013) “The world's population currently stands at 7 billion” (sec. 1.4). With that many people on the planet I think there is a cause to worry. We need to have a better understanding of what that many people can do to a planet and it’s resources. “Increased populations add many strains” (Dreisbach, 2013, sec.1.4).
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