Saturday, March 16, 2019

What is global warming


Global Warming
Global warming is the increase in the temperature of the layer near the Earth's surface, the lowest layer of the atmosphere, due to the increase of greenhouse gases that consist of carbon dioxide, methane, nitrous gas, chlorofluorocarbons and water vapor, and thus lead to climatic fluctuations and increase At temperatures, global warming occurs either for natural causes such as volcanic eruptions and forest fires, or for abnormal causes such as oil refining, the emergence of factory gases and car fumes.



The impact of global warming on the environment
Coal extraction and burning to do the industries lead to the emission of carbon dioxide that pollutes the environment.
The release of Freon gas from the use of refrigeration systems, which leads to the corrosion of the ozone layer in the atmosphere.
The temperature of the outer layer of the earth's surface is doubled.
Water shortages cause social, economic and environmental problems, especially in developing countries, such as the spread of disease and epidemics among people.
The emergence of desertification, drought and dust storms.
Extinction of agricultural crops.
Drought-induced famine and poor agricultural production.
The melting of large areas of ice on the surface of the earth causing flooding, and thus sea level rise and thus pose a major threat to coastal cities.
High temperatures cause increased insects and fewer animals and plants.
Ways to reduce global warming
Create artificial clouds with the ability to reverse the sun, by scattering water spray through large ships to increase the size of these clouds and temper the atmosphere of heat.
Consumption of clean energy sources rather than consumption of polluted energy sources such as coal and petroleum.
Use filters for factory chimneys to reduce smoke.
Increasing the area of ​​agricultural land and afforestation process, so as to increase the oxygen ratio in the area thereby reducing the impact of toxic gases.
Reduce reliance on private cars and replace them with public vehicles, to reduce pollution from automobile gases.
Reliance on solar energy, electric power and water conservation environment such as electric cars, bicycles, solar heaters.
Minimize power consumption eg turn off light when leaving rooms, stop using electrical appliances when not in use.
Reduce the consumption of products that can not be recycled to reduce environmental pollution.
The importance of publishing information campaigns by international environmental organizations, especially in developing countries, to preserve the cleanliness of the environment.
For interest in marine plants and water pods by providing them with food that has a very large role in the purification of the atmosphere from pollution.
Taxing plants that release toxic gases and carbon dioxide.

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