Imagine a world where the local wildlife is decimated because of increased carbon dioxide in the atmosphere due to waste byproduct disposed of by factories and leaking of oil reserves into rivers. The air we breathe is no longer safe, and everyone must wear oxygen masks. There is no longer access to clean water, and citizens must resort to drinking out of dirty water sources. The energy resources we use today and have used since the beginning of the Industrial Revolution are continually wreaking havoc on our planet. They are terrible for animals, humans, and the atmosphere alike.
“As the population rises, the world 's water usage will rise. Many areas of the world already suffer from a lack of fresh water,” (Population Control 3). If the world runs out of freshwater, humanity will plunge into chaos. Humanity needs water to survive, and that is a fact. Relationships between countries will be broken apart over disputes for water.
When the Earth starts to warm many other things do to, the ocean will become more acidic and glaciers might partially melt. If the oceans become acidic, fish and other sea creatures will have an unlivable environment. If glaciers start to melt arctic animals that rely on the ice may start to become extinct. Many animals, whether they live in the ocean or the arctic are affected by climate change. Climate Change affects everybody in the world, even though some choose to ignore it, which is why it would be in humanity’s best interest to come together and find a solution.
3. Every people have their own opinion and have right to share their opinion. Not every people feel the same way or think the same way so we have conflicting opinions on issues. 4. *sea levels can rise *the global temperature can rise and change the weather *Plants and animals may not survive 5. b)to generate electricity 6. b)Petrol car emissions because the petrol is a fossil fuel,causes pollution 7.
A pressing social problem prevalent in the world today is the destruction of marine habitats which leads to the loss of food for humans. I am going to discuss the many causes of the deterioration of the marine habitats such as development, chemical run off into water supplies, bottom trawling and dams. “Habitat loss in these areas have far-reaching impacts on the entire ocean 's biodiversity” says National Geographic (2014). Our population is growing at an exponential rate; according to National Geographic (2018) they predicted that by 2050 (which is only 32 years away) that the population will grow by 2 billion more people. This means our planet will need to sustain 9 billion people.
The argument is not about how to help the Earth or what we are doing wrong, but about if climate change even exists. There have been changes to species behaviour’s, our air quality is worsening, and our water supply is decreasing. Scientists are stating that this is happening due to climate change, however many sources declare that there is not enough
When people talk about global environmental problems, they commonly to regard Global Warming as the greatest problem confronting the future survival of humanity. There are countless scientific evidences showing the dangers, especially to the environment, and one of the most notable consequences of Global Warming is the impact on polar bears. Since polar bears are terribly affected and they are losing their icy habitat, they have become an iconic animal of Global Warming and have drawn a lot of attentions from publics, experts and medias. Though polar bears are good swimmers, pictures of polar bears on an isolated ice sheet at the peril of drowning when the ice sheet melts are often used to represent the tragic consequences of Global Warming on the frozen ecosystems. This formed a suspicion that is climate change really threatening polar bears.
We live in a depleting world. Although thoughts and awareness are being put in effort to save it, there are still reluctant demand and greed from people, who would want to acquire as much resource as possible for their personal benefits. Human’s greed lead to unsolvable problems both environmentally and politically. As natural resources are getting limited every day, it strongly affects not only to the people, but also to plants and animals. The consequences lead to creating higher risk of extinction, which means there will no longer be that specific species exist on earth forever.
In fact, the creators for those consequences are mainly by human. Climate change already showed their terrible consequences to people. Unfortunately, it will increase the intense and frequency. The climate is changing, which is the topic that human can easily read on the Internet, news, posters... There are lots of consequences could happen: ice melting, global warming, rainfall, flood….
Warmer temperatures also mean higher evaporation rates and this results in thirstier plants and people, which then would increase demands for water. So, as we can see global warming has a very negative consequences on Ecology. Many habitats are destroyed, resources become scarce as well as the living conditions worsens. Solutions to the problem of Global Warming • As we know, Coal power plants release Greenhouse gasses resulting in Global Warming. Perhaps, we could use power generated by hydroelectric power stations or Wind Farms.