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Environmental Impacts of Global Warming

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Essay title: Environmental Impacts of Global Warming

Many people believe that trying to fix global warming is a hopeless task, however global warming can be halted and could even be reversed. This is a very daunting challenge because it means that people have to change the way they live and do things. We could all choose to ignore this situation but the future impact on our planet is huge. Global warming not only brings about climate changes but also will reduce the level of breathable air (O2) and reduce the levels of drinkable water on our planet for future generations.

Some people have already started to try and reduce global warming by: planting more trees, recycling, using less electricity, walking to school instead of driving and even donating money to organizations that support research and projects that minimize the damage that we are doing to our environment.

The more electricity we use is increasing global warming because it is causing more greenhouse gasses to be sent into the air, which in turn affects the ozone layer. Rubbish burnt in landfill emits huge amounts of greenhouse gas. Trees and plants collect carbon dioxide, which is a greenhouse gas. By eliminating trees we are increasing the effect of greenhouse gasses on the ozone.

Governments and big businesses all over the world recognise the importance of slowing global warming. In the US, the government made a law called the Clean Air Act which makes companies alert

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