Save Nature for Future

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Save Nature For Future



Young adults generally refer to a time that is neither childhood nor adulthood, but somewhere in between. Young adults are in the age of learning about the things around them. The needs awareness about the environment and what’s happening around the world. They need some guidance in order to know what the most important things are and they should be informed about all these things. Although there are a lot of important things about which everybody should be aware of but according to me young adults should know about Global Warming.





Global Warming is defined as the increase in the average temperature of Earth's near-surface air and oceans since the mid-20th century and its projected continuation. Global Warming, in brief, is the warming of the Earth. Our planet, Earth, is continually being warmed by different sources. Total process of warming of the earth due to different reasons is called the Global Warming.





Global warming is the process in which the Earth’s temperature starts increasing and it happens because industry, fossil fuels, agricultural processes caused by human, natural, and other gas emissions, this factors increase greenhouse gases, greenhouse gases are made up of carbon dioxide, methane and nitrous oxide. The greenhouse gases stay in the atmosphere and prevent the suns warming rays to leave the Earth. So the sun’s warming rays stay inside the Earth increasing its average temperature. Global warming isn’t the end of the world, it’s just a natural process in which the Earth cleans or rinse organisms.



Global warming is a very serious world issue. Most humans are trying to do as much as they can to help stop global warming. Global warming has caused many problems to the earth in addition to the humans that live here on the earth. A problem caused by global warming is very hot summers. Global warming…...

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