First, there is not a consensus on global warming. While many want you to believe that global warming is about what they choose to call "greenhouse gasses", the reality is that in the history of the earth we are now about the COOLEST we have been. We are now exiting what is called a small ice age. If we go back far a million years, the earth has averaged quite a bit warmer than it is now. Is it rational to blame "global warming" on the fact that we burn gasoline and coal? Consider the fact that gasoline and coal were once organic material, growing. Plants gather the carbon dioxide in the air and extract the carbon which becomes the building material for the plants. Plants are almost 100% carbon that has been extracted from the air, so plants and animals that ended up making our gasoline and coal pulled their carbon out of the air. We're just putting some of it back. Remember that just because "the media" tells us something doesn't make it true. Some will tell us that all of the global warming is caused by carbon dioxide. Some will tell us that none of it is caused by the carbon dioxide. Perhaps the truth is somewhere between the two extremes, but everyone is telling us that the science is over, and we don't need to study it any more. Nothing could be further from the truth. Given the above, I would suggest that PERSONALLY, I don't think I'm at all responsible for global warming.
20 times as much as a single person in India
Their is no person called Global Warming. Its the phenomenon.
Wallace Broecker from Columbia University is said to have "coined" the term Global Warming.
No, the compound noun 'global warming' is a commonnoun.A common noun is a general word for any person, place, thing, or idea; global warming is a general word for a concept.A proper noun is the name of a specific person, place, thing, or a title such as 'Global Warming and China's EnvironmentalDiplomacy' by Yu Hongyuan.
A skeptic is a person who questions the validity or authenticity of something said to be factual. A global warming skeptic is a person/scientist who does not believe global warming is happening
Not necessarily, as belief in evolution and belief in global warming don't really have anything to do with each other. That said, a person who believes in evolution is probably more likely to believe in global warming, as they tend to listen to what scientists say, and scientists are the biggest advocates for global warming being real.
i hate global warming
Al Gore did not create global warming, he politicized and popularized it with a documentary. Global warming has been studied for several decades, and the principles behind CO2's radiative properties have been understood since the 19th century.
The U.S. Presidency is still considered to be a dignified position (ahem), so tattoos are still an inappropriate art form for a person is such a position. However, they are not prohibited by the Constitution, and they do not contribute to global warming.
Probably no more than the average person. They should know the causes and effects of global warming and discuss these with their colleagues. They should also take steps to limit their use of fossil fuels (coal, oil and natural gas) on archaelological sites and at home.
There are a number of steps one can take to prevent global warming. One can reduce their carbon emissions by not using a car as often, using less electricity and less water.
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Yes, in a small way. The world's population is now over seven billion. By about 2025 it will be eight billion. Every new person has a carbon footprint and contributes somewhat to global warming.
Italy is affected by global warming because they clouds are too close to gether and that creates fusion and its starts to get really really HOT OMG THIS IS FROM A PERSON WHO LIVES IN ITALY Italians can speak English u know
I believe that some people misunderstand the science and this misunderstanding leads them to believe that trained research scientists must be wrong in their conclusions. In other cases, I believe that some people simply do not want to know that global warming is caused by human activities. Imagine for example someone who thinks that his job could be at risk if we try to prevent any further global warming: such a person would very probably deny the reality of global warming.
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People farting. It releases methane gas that is a greenhouse gas.Cow farting as well.People meeting to discuss ways to reduce greenhouse gasses and global warming who arrive in private jets, ride in gas guzzling limos brought in from other countries and live in mansions that use 10 times more energy than the average person.
The average person gets shafted.
The hype of global warming for one thing. Why waste time on things that are real when it is easier to fight the fantasy of man induced global warming. There is only so much any one person can do. Why fight real battles when fake ones are easier?
Car pooling puts several people into one car instead, usually, of just one, so the amount of Carbon dioxide (CO2) emitted by the burning gasoline or diesel is much less per person. This eases global warming a little.
A bus can carry many more people than a car, so the amount of Carbon dioxide (CO2) emitted by the burning gasoline or diesel is much less per person. This eases global warming a little.
This varies based on the person. However, the single biggest factor in environmental science is global warming.
The Swedish scientist Svante Arrhenius noted the potential effect of increasing atmospheric CO2 levels in 1896.
Any one person's electricity consumption makes an extremely small contribution to global warming, but any one person can also make a contribution to minimising global warming by reducing electricity consumption as much as possible. Every small increment in greenhouse gas emissions is moving us closer to the future when uncontrolled global warming could have catastrophic effects on our economic and social wellbeing. Electricity is usually generated by burning fossil fuels - coal, oil and gas - releasing additional carbon dioxide into the atmosphere. Since carbon dioxide is a greenhouse gas, the continued release of new carbon dioxide into the atmosphere results in global warming. Global warming, in turn, causes climate change - more frequent storms, flooding, drought, and rising sea levels. If allowed to continue out of control, this will have a catastrophic effect on our economic and social wellbeing.