The Impacts Of Climate Change Essay

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Impacts of Climate Change
What would it be like if the seawater rose enough to cover Florida and how would it be if there were millions of environmental refugees all over the world? I have experienced the life of a refugee and it is not fun at all. Global warming has changed over many years, causing a lot of harm to the earth. Global warming is the overall warming of the planet based on average temperature over the entire surface. Global warming occurs when carbon dioxide (CO2) and other air pollutants and greenhouse gases such as smokes gets collected in the atmosphere and absorbs sunlight and solar radiation that have bounced off from the earth’s surface. “The temperature has been increasing over the past 150 years and there are a lot
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For example, James Trimarco and J. Gabriel Ware, who are the senior editor at Yes! Magazine believes that the appointment of Scott Pruitt as the head of EPA puts farmers’ life in danger. They also asserted that Pruitt’s negative approach to the environment can have impacts on heat stress and increase in crop disease. In general, this evidence gives enough information for us to believe that climate change is real.
First, Global warming has significant effects on agriculture. One of the most long-term effects of climate change in agriculture is seasonal shift including changes in temperature and precipitation patterns. The seasonal shift means differentiation in the seasons. A study from NASA reported that an increased rate of warming during the winter months results in an average of 8 days increased in growing season ( The consequences of climate change, NASA. p.10-12). Winter is one of the longest seasons, so if it becomes, even longer or becomes ever shorter, then the change is called a seasonal
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