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GLOBAL WARMING IS A RESULT OF HUMAN ACTIVITIES 2
Global Warming is a Result of Human Activities
Global warming is a crisis that seems to threaten the entire human race. Over the years,
climatic changes have been experienced in many parts of the world. The effects of global
warming manifest through natural disasters such as floods, drought, extreme heatwaves, and
rising sea levels. It, therefore, does not matter whether a country is the richest or the poorest; the
effects of global warming are felt across the world, thus pointing out the need for a joint effort in
reversing climate change effects. Currently, countries around the world are working to
implement policies that would help reverse the effects of global warming. Even though global
warming is a result of human activity, numerous claims consider global warming to have
resulted from natural courses.
Discussion
Since the beginning of human civilization, human activities have contributed to factors
such as deforestation, which have been significant in causing climate change. Trees were used
for fuel for steam engines, factories in homes, among other uses. As a consequence, the rate of
deforestation was higher than expected. Countries resorted to using alternative sources of fuel,
such as coal. However, the mining and smelting of coal had an impact on the environment
(Martinez, 2005). First, the mining of coal required clearance of grouds, which again resulted in
massive deforestation in the industrial world. Secondly, the combustion of coal resulted in the
emission of sulfur dioxide and nitrogen oxides, both of which are significant contributors to
climate change. The burning of coal also leads to the release of carbon dioxide, which results
into direct effect on global warming.

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Running head: GLOBAL WARMING IS A RESULT OF HUMAN ACTIVITIES Global Warming is a Result of Human Activities Name: Institution: 1 GLOBAL WARMING IS A RESULT OF HUMAN ACTIVITIES 2 Global Warming is a Result of Human Activities Global warming is a crisis that seems to threaten the entire human race. Over the years, climatic changes have been experienced in many parts of the world. The effects of global warming manifest through natural disasters such as floods, drought, extreme heatwaves, and rising sea levels. It, therefore, does not matter whether a country is the richest or the poorest; the effects of global warming are felt across the world, thus pointing out the need for a joint effort in reversing climate change effects. Currently, countries around the world are working to implement policies that would help reverse the effects of global warming. Even though global warming is a result of human activity, numerous claims consider global warming to have resulted from natural courses. Discussion Since the beginning of human civilization, human activities have contributed to factors such as deforestation, which have been significant in causing climate change. Trees were used for fuel for steam engines, factories in homes, among other uses. As a consequence, the rate of deforestation was higher than expected. Countries resorted to using alternative sources of fuel, such as coal. However, the mining and smelting of coal had an impact on the environment (Martinez, 2005). First ...
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