Global Warming Essay

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American Intercontinental University Global Warming BUSN 300-1102A-05 Instructor Mc Givern Latonya Vereen ABSTRACT In the following paper presents an outline of the structure of the paper to follow. In the paper explains the viewpoints of Global warming. One view point states that Global Warming does not exist. On the other hand, the other viewpoint states the Global Warming does exist. OUTLINE Global Warming I. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Control (IPCC) was established in the year of 1988 by the United Nations Environment Program and the World Meteorological Organization (Enotes, 2010). A. According to the IPCC data collected, the 1990s was the warmest decade in the Northern Hemisphere (Enotes, 2010). 1.Through their data, they found the atmospheric concentration of carbon dioxide has increased by 31 percent, methane by 151 percent, and nitrous oxide by 17 percent since 1750 (Enotes, 2010). 2. The IPCC believes that the global temperatures increased close to 0.5 degree Centigrade (Enotes, 2010). 3.According to Enotes (2010) the IPCC believes that the reason for the increase in global warming is because of human induced greenhouse gas concentrations. II. The question to ask is “Are humans to blame for the rising of global temperatures?” A. According to Timothy Ball (2007) he stated “Global Warming is not due to human contribution of Carbon Dioxide (CO2).” 1.He actually believes that this is the greatest deception in the history of science (Ball, 2007). 2. However John Coleman had the same opinion. 3. He stated that human impact on the climate is not catastrophic, it is a scam and it is a result of bad science (Coleman, 2007). 4. Many scientists know that if they do not produce results that their research will fade away and their careers will eventually die (Coleman, 2007). 5. Another reason scientist supports

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