Fossil fuels have for decades been a main source of energy for the United States, However such nonrenewable energy has managed to decimate the environment by weakening the ozone and increase global temperatures. The issue at hand is that these fuels are at the foundation of the U.S. economy and removing them would ruin countless businesses and leave thousands, if not millions, jobless as well as harm U.S. infrastructure. Altogether they are tightly integrated in society and have proven difficult to remove. Although some argue that it is unrealistic to expect corporations to end the burning of fossil fuels for the purpose of benefiting the environment, such corporations should be legally penalized because temperatures are rapidly rising and
The gas-fired power plants and coal-fired power plants are the industries that would be affected the most because they require the most fossil fuels to work but in order for that to happen a lot of green house gases would be emitted into the air. The industries produce electricity that is used to power workplaces, homes, vehicles, etc. The production of electricity is necessary because in the age of technology, many things depend on electricity and without it a lot of progress would not be possible. The gas-fired power plants and coal-fired power plants were sort of bad models in the industry because they consumed too many fossil fuels but with the help of the carbon dioxide capture and sequestration, their industry was still able to produce a lot of their products and keep the level of fossil fuel consumption down. The government is involved in the carbon dioxide capture and sequestration and they are trying to administer as many projects about it as they can in the safest way possible because it is one of the most effective ways to battle the uncontrollable amount of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere.
It’s rather obvious that human causes are more vulnerable compared to natural causes. Natural causes are normally external to the climate system, such as changes in volcanic activity, solar output, and the Earth 's orbit around the Sun. On the other side, climate change that are caused by human activities, are such as the burning of fossil fuels and also the conversion of land for forestry and agriculture. Not only that, carbon dioxide is also one of the main cause of human-induced climate change. Ever since the Industrial Revolution, the production of carbon dioxide which is a greenhouse gas has been increasing tremendously.
*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. Yes they are good sources as they have a good reputation for throughout research. 8. No,
Environmental pollution made by industrial emissions has a detrimental effect on humans, animals, plants, soil, buildings and structures. It reduces the transparency of the atmosphere, increases the humidity, pollutes the water and soil and expands the diseases. In order to produce more corporation have to pollute more and buy the carbon credits from other countries. But what is the reason behind? Can corporations improve their technology?
Did you know that coal powers 39% of the world’s energy, and coal is the most used energy source! Coal plants generate mercury, lead and arsenic which are all deadly and toxic .. We still use coal because it is the cheapest energy source to run. But I believe that spending a little bit more money to produce cleaner energy is more logical and smart, but, that’s my opinion. But to me coal is just a waste of money and is damaging our environment and is putting us in global warming. Not only is it hurting the environment it is also hurting the economy.
One of the main reasons why global warming is happening is because we burn fossil fuels. Burning Fossil fuels and oil is very harmful to our atmosphere; fossils fuels release carbon when they are burned. The more carbon we release the more global warming we have. We need fossil fuels to heat our houses and we need them for energy.
Pollution Technology has increased a lot in the last century and this created inventions that changed the world as it was known the humans, but these inventions and the industry of these inventions did create new problems that humans never faced before. Because of this increase of pollution new problems came to humans, for example, human health problems such as heart problems, lung problems, and skin problems. One more bigger problem is the rise of the temperature because of the global warming which will increase the temperature in the earth’s atmosphere and then the temperature will start to melt the ice around the world which will increase the sea level and this will create a lot more bigger problems, and these are only some of the problems
The serious problem crippling the auto industry is that manufacturing of the various parts is hazardous and puts huge amounts of waste and pollutants into the landfills, thereby polluting the atmosphere. Even though this problem is there from the very beginning of industrialization, it had till the beginning of this century gone unrecognized, or at least had appeared unimportant. However, with the growing concern of global warming and the fact that various governments are working hard to lay out a framework for the climate change, the consumers are getting conscious of the well-being of their environment which