An Inconvenient Truth Essay

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Reaction Paper (For the Documentary An Inconvenient Truth) Submitted by: Name: Marc Oliver Isaac Course/Sec.: BSCS I-A S.N: 084-0495 An Inconvenient Truth Reaction Paper The documentary “An Inconvenient Truth” is all about Global warming. Al Gore explained it clearly and very reasonably. As to my reaction, this documentary makes a big disturbance in my mind due to what I have seen and what I have heard. I have realized that Global Warming is to powerful that it can make the giant glaciers melt in just half a week or in just a day but that is not the only consequence of the Global warming. As Al Gore said, it was very astonishingly that neither every living things nor the non-living thing in the Earth experience the enormous changes in our natural world. Let me explain the Global warming very shortly so that as you read this reaction paper you can ascertain another theory: Global warming is an increase in the average temperature of the earth's surface. Since the late 1800's, the average temperature has increased about 0.3 to 0.8 degree Celsius. Scientists disagree about the causes and potential impact of this warming trend. Global warming affects many aspects of the environment, including sea levels, coastlines, agriculture, forestry, and wildlife. Continued global warming could have a beneficial impact in some areas and a harmful impact in others. For example, people could begin to farm in regions where it is currently too cold. At the same time, global warming could cause sea levels to rise and thereby increase the threat of flooding in low-lying coastal areas, many of which are densely populated. Global warming affects many aspects of the environment, including sea levels, coastlines, agriculture, forestry, and wildlife. Continued global warming could have a beneficial impact in some areas and a harmful impact

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