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Running head: CLIMATE CHANGE 1 Student’s name: jiangnan fan Course: English1101 Instructor’s name: Harris.P Date:4.10.2019 Climate change Global warming is a topic that catches many headlines in recent days. It is indeed the main concern of climate change., which is the continuing change in the climatic patterns in different regions. Climate change has been rampant from the mid-20th century. Increased levels of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere which is produced by the use of fossil fuels. The increased carbon dioxide level results in rising temperatures across the globe. The effects of global warming are inevitable. Since the 19th century, so far has been temperatures have been increasing steadily, but the hottest experience was in the 21st century. In 2017, the rise was by 0.68 degrees and the previous year it was by 0.8 degrees. Human activities cause changes in the earth's temperature. The gases and water vapor in the atmosphere prevent the sun’s heat from reaching the earth’s surface with much intensity, which constitutes the atmospheric greenhouse. Excess gases are released into the atmosphere from human activities, and they end up destroying the ozone layer. The rise in global temperatures has resulted in prolonged and frequent droughts in many countries. Global warming has contributed to a lack of and shorter rains. The rain is not sufficient to support farming in most areas, especially in the arid and semi-arid regions. The food CLIMATE CHANGE 2 insecurity in many countries especially in Africa has been brought about by climate change. In the temperate zone, the winter seasons are prolonged. The effects of global warming have been felt by not only by humans but by animals too. The warm ocean temperature has not spared aquatic life; wildlife is subjected to frequent wildfires. Climate change has rendered their habitats hostile. The effect of climate change has reduced the plants that are useful in converting carbon dioxide into oxygen. Effects of climate change having been felt all around the world; there have been measures to help curb the effects. The collective term for the measures is climate engineering. The proposals are aimed at reducing and probably eliminating the impact of climate change. The measures are formulated into methods of removing the greenhouses gases and reduction of solar radiation. The pros of the three measures are as highlighted below. Capturing carbon dioxide reduces the amount of gas in the air which will reduce global warming. The direct air capture method is applicable in areas that have multiple sources of carbon dioxide. The process can be built at any part without affecting their performance; they can be set up in the regions that are not suitable for agriculture or human settlement. The method allows incorporation of technology making it easier to set up as compared to other ways of solving global warming. Reflective stratospheric aerosols technique is developed from the volcanic eruptions. The method aims to artificially form eruptions to produce the particles and dust that reflects the sunrays than allowing them to pass. It thus reduces the heat that reaches the earth. The method is considered less risky as it is an imitation of a natural process. As a natural process, there is a lot of information to provide references in areas of questions. The method is less costly as it utilizes already available resources such as aircraft. The third measure is a solar shield that will block the CLIMATE CHANGE 3 sun rays from reaching the earth with much intensity. The effects of this technique can be noticed easily within a short time. There are however some detriments to the application of these techniques. Direct air capture is an expensive project as it requires a lot of infrastructures; roads, machinery, and equipment. The developing country also needs the developing country to enter into agreements with other countries. The space shield would be expensive and would require many nations to come together. The other issue would be where and how to store the carbon dioxide after it has been collected. The proposed storage tactic is underground storage, but there are questions of leakages. The carbon dioxide used in the removal will be higher than what is being extracted. The aerosols will destroy the ozone layer making it difficult to absorb the sun’s heat. The artificial eruptions will disrupt natural processes causing temperature changes. In case the process is stopped, the effects may be adverse, and the temperature may rise higher than before. The space shield technology is not yet available; therefore it may take time before it is implemented. Effect of global warming and climate change has been felt far and wide. The outcome affects human beings and wildlife and livestock in equal measure. In instances of drought or prolonged winter in areas that experience winter, all the living this suffer. Drought causes lack of food and is a threat to achieving food security not only in African countries but also in other places in the world. When wildfires occur, the wildlife is destroyed which affects tourism. Aquatic life is also not spared by these hard climatic conditions. Necessary measures need to be taken to stop further destruction of the ozone layer which causes global warming. Since the leading cause of global warming is human activities. More education should be done to ensure that they are made aware of the effects of their actions and CLIMATE CHANGE 4 the effect that these actions have on the climate. The techniques that are highlighted above could be implemented to prevent further destruction of the environment. Implementation of these measures requires the collaboration of many countries. Since all states are affected by these changes, it should be easy to get into agreements to activate these measures. The countries should also be willing to invest money in the projects for the greater good of their citizens. Running head: CLIMATE CHANGE 1 Climate change Global warming is a topic that catches many headlines in recent days. It is indeed the main concern of climate change., which is the continuing change in the climatic patterns in different regions. Climate change has been rampant from the mid-20th century. Increased levels of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere which is produced by the use of fossil fuels. The increased carbon dioxide level results in rising temperatures across the globe. The effects of global warming are inevitable. Since the 19th century, so far has been temperatures have been increasing steadily, but the hottest experience was in the 21st century. In 2017, the rise was by 0.68 degrees and the previous year it was by 0.8 degrees. Human activities cause changes in the earth's temperature. The gases and water vapor in the atmosphere prevent the sun’s heat from reaching the earth’s surface with much intensity, which constitutes the atmospheric greenhouse. Excess gases are released into the atmosphere from human activities, and they end up destroying the ozone layer. The rise in global temperatures has resulted in prolonged and frequent droughts in many countries. Global warming has contributed to a lack of and shorter rains. The rain is not sufficient to support farming in most areas, especially in the arid and semi-arid regions. The food insecurity in many countries especially in Africa has been brought about by climate change. In the temperate zone, the winter seasons are prolonged. The effects of global warming have been felt by not only by humans but by animals too. The warm ocean temperature has not spared aquatic life; wildlife is subjected to frequent wildfires. Climate change has rendered their habitats hostile. The effect of climate change has reduced the plants that are useful in converting carbon dioxide into oxygen. CLIMATE CHANGE 2 Effects of climate change having been felt all around the world; there have been measures to help curb the effects. The collective term for the measures is climate engineering. The proposals are aimed at reducing and probably eliminating the impact of climate change. The measures are formulated into methods of removing the greenhouses gases and reduction of solar radiation. The pros of the three measures are as highlighted below. Capturing carbon dioxide reduces the amount of gas in the air which will reduce global warming. The direct air capture method is applicable in areas that have multiple sources of carbon dioxide. The process can be built at any part without affecting their performance; they can be set up in the regions that are not suitable for agriculture or human settlement. The method allows incorporation of technology making it easier to set up as compared to other ways of solving global warming. Reflective stratospheric aerosols technique is developed from the volcanic eruptions. The method aims to artificially form eruptions to produce the particles and dust that reflects the sunrays than allowing them to pass. It thus reduces the heat that reaches the earth. The method is considered less risky as it is an imitation of a natural process. As a natural process, there is a lot of information to provide references in areas of questions. The method is less costly as it utilizes already available resources such as aircraft. The third measure is a solar shield that will block the sun rays from reaching the earth with much intensity. The effects of this technique can be noticed easily within a short time. There are however some detriments to the application of these techniques. Direct air capture is an expensive project as it requires a lot of infrastructures; roads, machinery, and equipment. The developing country also needs the developing country to enter into agreements with other countries. The space shield would be expensive and would require many nations to CLIMATE CHANGE 3 come together. The other issue would be where and how to store the carbon dioxide after it has been collected. The proposed storage tactic is underground storage, but there are questions of leakages. The carbon dioxide used in the removal will be higher than what is being extracted. The aerosols will destroy the ozone layer making it difficult to absorb the sun’s heat. The artificial eruptions will disrupt natural processes causing temperature changes. In case the process is stopped, the effects may be adverse, and the temperature may rise higher than before. The space shield technology is not yet available; therefore it may take time before it is implemented. Effect of global warming and climate change has been felt far and wide. The outcome affects human beings and wildlife and livestock in equal measure. In instances of drought or prolonged winter in areas that experience winter, all the living this suffer. Drought causes lack of food and is a threat to achieving food security not only in African countries but also in other places in the world. When wildfires occur, the wildlife is destroyed which affects tourism. Aquatic life is also not spared by these hard climatic conditions. Necessary measures need to be taken to stop further destruction of the ozone layer which causes global warming. Since the leading cause of global warming is human activities. More education should be done to ensure that they are made aware of the effects of their actions and the effect that these actions have on the climate. The techniques that are highlighted above could be implemented to prevent further destruction of the environment. Implementation of these measures requires the collaboration of many countries. Since all states are affected by these changes, it should be easy to get into agreements to activate these measures. The countries should also be willing to invest money in the projects for the greater good of their citizens. CLIMATE CHANGE 4 ...
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Running head: CLIMATE CHANGE

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Student’s name: Jiangnan Fan
Course: English1101
Instructor’s name: Harris. P
Date:4.10.2019

Climate change
Global warming is a popular topic, appearing in many headlines in recent days. It is
indeed the main concern of climate change, which is the continuing variations in the weather
patterns in different regions. Climate change has been rampant from the mid-20th century.
Increased levels of carbon dioxide cause changes in the atmosphere which is produced by the use
of fossil fuels. The increased carbon dioxide level results in rising temperatures across the globe.
The effects of global warming are inevitable. Since the 19th century, temperatures have been
increasing steadily, but the hottest experience so far has been in the 21st century. In 2017, the
rise was by 0.68 degrees and the previous year it was by 0.8 degrees. Human activities cause
changes in the earth's temperature. The accumulation of gases and water vapor in the atmosphere
prevents the sun’s heat from reaching the earth’s surface with much intensity, which constitutes
the atmospheric greenhouse. Excess gases are released into the atmosphere from human
activities, and they end up destroying the ozone layer. The destruction of the ozone layer and the
greenhouse effect have led to adverse climatic changes and extremes of weather patterns such as
prolonged winter, droughts, and wildfires that destroy the ecosystem.

CLIMATE CHANGE

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The rise in global temperatures has resulted in prolonged and frequent droughts in many
countries. Global warming contributes to the lack of and shorter rains. The rain is not sufficient
to support farming in most areas, especially in the arid and semi-arid regions. Such changes have
resulted in food insecurity in many countries, e...

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