• Submitted By: krakatao
  • Date Submitted: 09/01/2016 10:19 PM
  • Category: Religion
  • Words: 395
  • Page: 2

One of the greatest environmental problems in our time we are facing is global warming. Many researchers believe that excessive emissions of carbon dioxide, as well as other greenhouse gases have a heating impact on the environment and that is very harmful to human existence. Many problems might result from global warming and one of the utmost problems is increasing sea level. This could lead to the flooding of lower lying coastal areas and also cities. Some countries might even vanish completely in near future. Global warming also changes the weather patterns. Many areas of the earth are experiencing severe weather conditions, drought, floods, and other uncommon weather conditions.

Carbon dioxide (C02) is a major constituent of the environment. It is causing a warming effect on the earth’s surface area. It increases the evaporation of water into the atmosphere. Since water vapor itself is a greenhouse gas, this causes a lot more warming. The heating causes more water vapor to be evaporated. The C02 level is expected to grow in the long term because of continuing burning of fossil fuels. Other gases, for example, C02, Sulphur, CFCs, and Methane are also responsible for global warming. Population growth, technological advancement, industrialization, urbanization, and deforestation also are increasing the production of these gases.

Huge population growth is responsible for global warming in many ways. We are utilizing the technologies, burning fossil fuels, coal, lubricate, and gas. A big portion of carbon emission is related to the burning of gasoline in internal-combustion motor of automobiles. Besides, Sulphur cluster gas has the destructive impact on environmental pollution and liable for 30% of global warming. When we cook food, we produce a huge amount of C02.

To conclude, global warming is a serious problem, we have to take proper initiatives to save this mother earth. We have to stop producing more C02. We can do this by reducing the use of oil,...