Debates on Global Warming

Climate Action Debate

The debates on supporting global warming are one thing that both scientists and naturalists are passionate about, but where does this leave us ordinary folks.

Is global warming really that big of an environmental issue, and is there anything that we can realistically do about it.

Read on to discover some facts that you should know about extreme temperature changes, as well as what you can do in your town or community to help reduce its damaging effects.

Global Warming: An Inconvenient History

Is Global Warming Caused by Humans

Many scientists believe that global warming is simply another one of the earth’s ‘surprises’.

According to many professionals who study the natural patterns of the earth, global warming is a phenomenon that can not be explained or remedied.

Just as the depletion of the ozone layer came as a surprise to many scientists, the extreme temperature changes that are taking place all over the planet may be a natural result of the earth’s aging process, according to some.

And if this is the case, are there things that humans can do now in order to make sure that global warming doesn’t get any worse?

Environmentalists say ‘yes.’

Global Warming Remedial Measures

There are lots of things that we can do in order to reduce global warming significantly, even though some damage has already been done.

Many of the naturalists and those who are passionate about the environment contribute to the global warming debate by saying that the ozone layer depletion is due to the irresponsible use of chemicals by humans.

Harsh chemicals used by factories and manufacturing plants, as well as some of the harmful gases that are available in paints and some cosmetic items, have contributed to global warming significantly, and some believe this may be the principal cause of the earth’s temperature increase.

Individuals on both sides of the global warming debate know that if this environmental issue is not fixed, the earth’s inhabitants could face even more living difficulty in the years to come.

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In order to do your part to prevent further damage to the ozone layer and to reduce the emission of greenhouse gases, you can save energy by cutting down on gasoline usage and using fluorescent or LED bulbs in your home.

You can also make sure that you are consuming more raw foods on a daily basis, since meat and dairy production require factories to use energy in order to manufacture these products.

Everyone in your community can do something to help with global warming as well.

Recycling is a great neighborhood activity for families, and the energy used to process wastes in your city can be greatly reduced if you are able to use certain items more than once.

If you want to weigh in on the global warming debate, or feel that your community is not doing enough to reduce global warming, you can always speak to your city officials or form a group in your town that is committed to living the green lifestyle.