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
Global Warming Page 2 The future is not somewhere we are going. It is something we are creating. Every day we do things that make some futures more probable and others less likely. Global warming already disrupts millions of lives daily in the forms of destructive weather patterns and loss of habitat. What is already happening is only the tip of the melting iceberg, for it is
Global Warming Justin Richard SCI 207 Instructor Alyssa Kunz June 25, 2012 Global Warming Global Warming was first started in 1986 with a Sweden chemist who is named Svante Arrhenius. He had a theory that all the carbon dioxide emissions that were from burning of the fossil fuels would be the cause of global warming and be the cause for the temperatures of the earth to rise from heat being trapped in the earth’s atmosphere (library.thinkquest.org).
What is global warming? a) What is greenhouse effect? i) What are greenhouse gasses? 2) What causes global warming? b) Fossil fuels c) Pollutants 3) What are the effects of global warming? d) Is the Earth getting hotter? ii) Are warmer temperatures causing bad things to happen? iii) Is global warming making hurricanes worst? 4) What can be done to prevent global warming? e) What people are doing to stop global warming?
Global warming has damaged the environment and affected peoples helth. Because through many scientific research has confirmed that the current warming of the Earth's climate is mainly due to the human commercial and Industrial activities, such as the burning of fossil fuels and overuse of energy. Thus, greenhouse gas has been produced. Greenhouse gas includes carbon dioxide (CO2), methane (CH4) and nitrous oxide (N2O). They have significantly increased since the beginning of the industrial development
Global Warming Thesis statement – background information – general attractive/ alarming statement – essay outline (1) Label each of the following sections of the introduction using these titles: (-general attractive/ alarming statement -) Recently, a catastrophic scientific phenomenon began to appear and expand on Earth putting the lives of many organisms together with their surroundings at risk. In fact, this phenomenon threatens the safety and balance of the whole planet and thus requires
Assessment on How BSME I-I Manage the Effects of Global Warming A Research Paper Presented to The Faculty of Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements in English Proficiency II By: Benedicto, Emmanuel Concepcion, Matt Javee David, Cire Wyenn Francisco, Art Garcia, Micko Jan Macabingquil, Jerome Manlapaz, Gibson i Vitug, Renz Kenneth March 2012 Table of Contents Title Page i List of Tables ii List of Figures iii
Senior Research Paper Final Draft: Global Warming Reliable energy sources have always been a huge factor influencing the global economy, since many technologies including transportation, industrial production, household electronic devices are all powered by electricity and the major source of electricity nowadays is from burning fossil fuels and natural gases. These energy sources all produce greenhouse gases into the atmosphere, which contribute to the increasing speed and severity of global warming
THE NEGATIVE OUTCOMES OF CLIMATE CHANGE Outline Topic: The Negative Outcomes of Climate Changes Thesis: Climate changes have many of negative effects on the life of the people such as some diseases because of animals and global warming leads. I. Climate changes have many of negative effects on the life of the people because of animals. A. . When we consider patterns of infection, climatic conditions strongly have effect on water-borne diseases and diseases we took from insects, snails
Outline Thesis: global warming will change the society in terms of environment, economics and species richness. I. Environment. A: Ice is melting worldwide, especially at the poles of Earth. (National Geographic) B: Some regions will experience more extreme heat while others may cool slightly. (David Suzuki Foundation) C: Global warming may also lead to the change of hurricane formations. (Live Science) II. Economics. A: Forests in British