Climate Essay

404 WordsApr 17, 20132 Pages
Global changes occur rapidly and every day. It leads to the sea level rise, terrible hurricanes, dreadful earthquakes and tsunami and ocean warming. Furthermore, one can notice the growth of UV sun rays, changes in the availability of water[1] and its quality. Our generation is responsible for the environmental problems of today and the climate disasters of future. The over exploration of environmental resources causes rapid forest destruction and erosion of soil and endangers numerous species of birds, animals and plants. People liquidate the Earth’s resources because of the need to occupy more and more territories. We built industrial cities to enrich ourselves. As the result, people breathe polluted air, drink water with rubbish, fish in the rivers with oil, and have a lot of diseases because of environmental problems. The Earth gives us the warning signs in the shape of global warming, greenhouse effect and acid rains. These climatic changes present a real threat for the lives of all creatures on the planet. Global warming, for instance, causes the rise of the temperature on Earth and high emissions of greenhouse gases such as methane, nitrous oxide, carbon dioxide. The burning of wood products, using of automobiles, mining and factories only enlarge these discharges. Acid rains have a bad influence on people’s health. As a result of ozone impacts caused by acid rains, people suffer from such diseases as asthma, emphysema, inflammation of lungs. Our time is quickly running out. Together we can face this challenge. Ban Ki-moon, the United Nations Secretary-General, believes that climate changes are the difficulties that the United Nations should deal with[2]. Our nation still has a chance to avoid climate disasters and their horrible consequences. David Attenborough shares his feelings: “How could I look my grandchildren in the eye and say I

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