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Global warming It is an irrefutable fact that global warming is a burning issue. It is basically increase of earth’s surface temperature due to effect of greenhouse gases, such as carbon dioxide and burning of fossil fuels or from deforestation. Many nefarious problems are caused due global warming like natural disasters for ex hurricanes, cyclones, flood, drought, forest fires and eruption of volcanos. This result in disappearance of endangered species. Moreover, there is massive crop failure due unseasonal rains. Further, due to global warming there is depletion of ozone layer which will allow uv rays to enter earth surface and there will be rise in earth’s temperature. Afterthat, due to global warming there is disappearance of
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