Global Warming

Essay on Global Warming

Introduction

Global warming is the increase in temperature of the earth’s atmosphere that is caused by the increase of particular gases, especially carbon dioxide. It means different human activities that cause the increase of warming all over the world. Global warming is caused due to pollution.

This misbalances the climate to bring out potential destruction. There is a peril of melting the ice to increase the sea level which can submerge the coastal areas. The earth is getting warmer. The temperature of the earth is rising. In order to get rid of these perils, we must take the necessary steps.

Modern ways of garbage disposal are necessary. Chemical water discharged from the factories should not be allowed to mix in rivers and ponds without being treated well. Modern vehicles that give off less smoke should be used.

Proper quantities of chemical fertilizers, pesticides, and insecticides should be used. And trees should be planted in large numbers. As people need things to be used in their everyday life, they solely depend on natural resources.

People make different things for the growing population by using raw materials. For this people establish factories and industries to produce things on large scale. The things are produced in factories. These factories emit smoke and other dirty materials that increase carbon and other gases.

These gases make the environment warm. People burn firewood, coal, charcoal, and other things for making a fire, cooking food, and preparing other things. These things also increase warming. Nowadays we feel that summer is increasing and winter duration is decreasing. There is a lack of proper rain at the proper time. These are the primary symptoms of further peril.

Above all, the use of uranium for atomic activities adds fuel to the flame. There have been made some efforts to control environmental pollution. Two special conferences one in Quetta and the other in Copenhagen, have not been so successful in controlling global warming.

Most of the nations were blaming one another for this problem. Although to some extent they have been ready to control it. Some countries have tried to draw the attention of people. In the Maldives, the cabinet meeting was. held in the sea and in our country, Nepal it was held in the Himalayas. Recently a meeting at the 2015 United Nations Climate Change Conference or COP 21 or CMP 11 was held in Paris, France, from 30 November to 12 December 2015.

Thus should be conscious to control environmental pollution. We should raise a voice against it so that global warming can be reduced to save ourselves from this snake under the grass. We all should work together to save a balanced ecosystem on the earth otherwise all human existence will have an end.

Advantages of Global Warming

Here are a few potential advantages of global warming:

  • Milder winters: Some parts of the world may experience milder winters as a result of global warming, which could potentially lead to reduced heating costs and fewer weather-related problems such as icy roads.
  • Increased agricultural productivity: In certain areas, global warming could lead to longer growing seasons and increased crop yields.
  • Increased tourism: Warmer temperatures in some parts of the world may lead to an increase in tourism as people flock to these areas for vacation.

It’s important to note, however, that these potential advantages are outweighed by the negative impacts of global warming, which include more frequent and severe heatwaves, droughts, and storms; sea level rise and coastal flooding; and negative impacts on ecosystems and biodiversity. In addition, the economic costs of global warming, including the costs of adapting to and mitigating its impacts, are likely to be significant.

Disadvantages of Global Warming

Here are a few of the main disadvantages of global warming:

  • More frequent and severe heatwaves: As the Earth’s average temperature rises, heatwaves are likely to become more common and more intense. These heatwaves can lead to heat exhaustion, heat stroke, and other health problems, particularly among vulnerable populations such as the elderly and young children.
  • Droughts and water shortages: Global warming can lead to droughts and water shortages in some areas, as rising temperatures cause increased evaporation and reduced snowpack and soil moisture. This can have serious consequences for agriculture, industry, and human populations, as well as for ecosystems.
  • More frequent and severe storms: Global warming is likely to lead to more frequent and severe storms, such as hurricanes, typhoons, and tropical cyclones. These storms can cause widespread damage, destruction, and loss of life.
  • Sea level rise and coastal flooding: As the Earth’s average temperature rises, sea levels are likely to rise as well. This can lead to flooding in coastal areas and the displacement of millions of people.
  • Negative impacts on ecosystems and biodiversity: Global warming can have serious impacts on ecosystems and biodiversity, as rising temperatures and changing climate patterns alter the conditions in which plants and animals live. This can lead to the extinction of some species and the proliferation of others.
  • Economic costs: The economic costs of global warming, including the costs of adapting to and mitigating its impacts, are likely to be significant. These costs will be borne by individuals, businesses, and governments around the world.

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