Big Deal_Global Warming

Big Deal_Global Warming - going against it. The reason is,...

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Vikruthi Jagannath WRA 135; Section 005 03-01-08 BIG DEAL Global Warming is the increase in the average temperature of the earth’s near-surface air  and oceans in recent decades and its projected continuation, as told by Wikipedia. This exactly  what the author Elizabeth Kolbert of “Field Notes  from  a Catastrophe” as said. Kolbert’s purpose in writing the “Field Notes  from  a Catastrophe” is to, “offer what is  essential without oversimplifying it” (Kolbert, Pg. 3). That is true because she is trying to say what  exactly the problem throughout the continent is currently. As you read further in the chapter you  would find more information about global warming and how it has impacted throughout the years. With global warming, Americans know about it that it is really difficult to commit them in 
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Unformatted text preview: going against it. The reason is, it is hard for them to change their lifestyles. They have gotten use to what they have right (i.e., cars, houses, farms, and etc.) that they dont want to give it up. Another reason why it is difficult for them to commit themselves in going against global warming is because of the poor air-quality. With all the cars filled with CO2 it is hard for the Americans to not use it. Global warming is a type of thing where you dont know when it will come. And when it does come you would not know when it will stop. Global warming in the end if a Big deal because it is happening right now around us and will be bad if it does go off....
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