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(Surname)1 Student’s Name Instructor Course Date Effects of Industrialization on Natural Resources Human life has been characterized by progress and development. This has resulted in technological advancements that have triggered growth. Thus, enhanced better living among the human species. However, these advancements have not been without their hitches. Industrialization has triggered the increase in CO2 in the environment (Kelleher and Klein, 118). The gas is essential for respiration of plants. Unfortunately, the increase of the CO2 in the atmosphere has triggered global warming. The unusual heat has triggered increased deaths of plants and animals to some even becoming extinct. The increased heat has triggered the melting of ice in the north pole and Antarctica which has transpired to increase in sea levels. This has transpired to increased winds which have prompted frequent storms that have resulted in phenomenon such as the Pacific El-Niño (Kelleher and Klein, 119). There has been an increase
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