causual argument - Laughlin, G. Conor English 102 March 22,...

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Laughlin, G. Conor English 102 March 22, 2009 Berner, Melanie Global Warming: Have We Burned Out All Hope? As it stands today, Global Warming is a hugely debated topic. Many questions have been raised: is it even happening? Are we really responsible? How can we fix it? Can we fix it? The last two questions are becoming more and more prevalent. However, in an advertisement by the National University of Singapore (NUS) it states that, “Global Warming Will Only Get Worse.” And it proceeds to say that NUS is making progress to protect our planet. This sends a message that we have doomed ourselves and only NUS can save us. This is not only wrong, but also incorrect. We all can help our planet in several ways. If this kind of advertising is allowed to continue it will only lead to apathy and more harm to the environment. According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) “Global Warming is an average increase in the temperature of the atmosphere near the Earth's surface and in the troposphere, which can contribute to changes in global climate patterns.” But it is more commonly used as a result to the emission of green house gases. In the US, most of our
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