Global Warming as a Political Issue
We have all grown up believing that the world is constantly on the brink of catastrophe, the particular catastrophe being in different periods of time the ozone hole, the global warming (aka greenhouse effect), the nuclear winter or something else, with only two points always the same: the catastrophe is anthropogenic and can only be averted by massive government involvement.
Pollution and Demolition of Earth
Air pollution constantly affects people’s lives, as in order to live we have to breathe and repugnant substances that are present in the air make it harder for our organism to receive the needed oxygen. Apart from human beings, there are millions of animals, insects and other live creatures that share this air with us and, consequently, are influenced by the damage that human activities bring to their inhabitation.
Greenhouse Effect and Other Results of Deforestation
Greenhouse effect is the result of the outflow of radiative energy into the atmosphere and its absorption by gases. As a result of this effect, the temperature in the region of this reaction increases to uncertain and sometimes uncontrollable levels. When we talk about greenhouse effect, we start to think about global warming and its impact on the nature.