Global Warming Essay

748 WordsApr 22, 20133 Pages
Global Warming Global Warming is a problem and it starts with the assumption that is causing harm to another person without their consent. For example, someone who burns fossil fuels is contributing to global warming and is causing harm to humanity. “Global warming it is also taking a big part in economic transactions and that can lead to very bad outcomes for society.” The economy has suggestions that releasing carbon dioxide should carry out a price, so that the market will fix itself. If the scientists are wrong (which I will admit that most of the time does seem unlikely), then money is being spent on dealing with global warming. They assume that money is good for people, combine with the first assumption and you see that this is morally wrong. Global Warming poses moral and an ethical issue where there are amounts of taxpayer money that is being funneled to combat an imaginary problem, this including climate. This money could be better spent on health care, education, hospitals, shelters and feeding the poor. What can we do if there is a possibility that climate change could lead to a worldwide catastrophe? I could only see two solutions; we either promote less carbon and/or promote more oxygen. The first is difficult to attain because now day’s people are just selfish and worried more about the use of their appliances, electronics, and cars consume little or no carbon. As for the oxygen solution it is straightforward, plant some plants, trees, grass even if they are fake, if we plant some tress next to our buildings it will produce some oxygen. There is a philosophy about environmental ethics. “Environmental ethics is the part of environmental philosophy which considers extending the traditional boundaries of ethics from solely including humans to including the non-human world.” Environmental philosophy includes environmental ethics,

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