Environment - Part 2
Since the Wright Brothers took off from the ground during the dawn of the last century, mankind’s gaze has turned towards the skies and beyond. People were no longer earth bound. The year 1969 was another great landmark, as back then man left earth and set foot on another celestial body. A few years later, two unmanned probes were launched to leave the solar system and go in search of other civilizations. All of these great leaps in space exploration have showcased the relentless pursuit of man in furthering his understanding of the universe that he lives in.
No matter where you live, in a city or a village, the destruction of forests will affect your life in a great manner. Minerals, energy and lumber were the main recourses of a great value that rainforests have been providing the humankind with.
Hybrid cars, which have a combined electric and petrol engine, are reported to grant their owners whopping advantages. Their advertising campaigns attract those people, who are preoccupied about the state of the environment and those who want to save the money on petrol. But do the hybrid cars live up to our expectations based on the catchy promotional slogans?
Today humanity faces serious issues concerning its sustainable existence. The situation of resource materials shortening along with aggressive development of consumer philosophy enforce impetuous environmental decline. Massive water and air pollution, energy over consumption, ‘green house’ effect and climate abnormalities unfortunately became real for everyday life and do not change for the better so far. However, certain steps towards sustainable development are already being taken. Recycling policy is widely advertised as effective remedy against most of environmental problems.
The theory of global warming, or “greenhouse effect” has been a popular bugaboo for many years and still is supported by the majority of scientific and political authorities all over the world. The main idea standing behind this term is that the average temperature over the globe gradually increases due to the anthropogenic reasons, most commonly considered to be the emission of “greenhouse gases” which unavoidably accompany industrial production.
Pollution is one of the biggest challenges faced by the world today. All the countries are adopting more and more laws on pollution reduction. Still, governmental actions cannot guarantee the complete elimination of this problem. The main thing is to make all the ordinary people understand the importance of this issue and to make them respect the environment they live in.
The global warming is one of the problems which the whole world is aware about. It can be said that it is the product of the society’s development without giving much concern to the nature. Every now and then the countries are addressing this problem to try and find out a solution to this problem.
Among the richness of the animal world and the exciting images it offers fishes have never arrested too great an attention of human beings. Though, there are a lot of books, films and other media on virtually any kind of mammals, birds or lizards. There is hardly anything to be found being dedicated to fishes. With one exception, nevertheless.
Writing a paper on global warming can be rather tricky task, as a lot of specific information is needed and certain peculiarities exist. We propose to your consideration an exemplary paper on this topic so as you can analyze it and write your own one on its basis.
For many years the matter of global warming (aka greenhouse effect) was one of the leading issues professed by ecologists and green parties all over the world. Scientists presented facts that suggested quite unequivocally that the polar caps were melting and it was the human and his activities that were to be blamed for. Industrial nations led by leftish governments imposed taxes or downright restrictions on the building and development of factories and industrial plants. They were trying continuously to make the third world’s nations to do the same, though with less results, as the developing countries, quite naturally, wanted to develop.