Final WhitsonSharonEngl-1010-C01 Essay 3_CEIII

Final WhitsonSharonEngl-1010-C01 Essay 3_CEIII - Whitson 1...

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Whitson 1 Sharon Whitson English-1010-C01 Professor Brady 6 April 2011 Causes of global warming and how we can slow down the harmful effects      Global Warming is getting worse every day, and there are two main causes for its  damaging effects to Earth.  One cause of global warming is man-made.  Man-kind has  contributed to the damaging effects of global warming by littering, continuing to  purchase new products while not recycling, and by not caring about the world that we  live in to save it from ourselves.  Another cause of global warming happens naturally,  and man has no control of Mother Nature.  A great example of natural global warming  just happened last March when towns was destroyed in Japan by a tsunami which left  thousands of people homeless, and in danger of radiation exposure.  Although we  cannot change the effects that Mother Nature causes to global warming, we can  drastically slow down the effects mankind has on global warming, and if we take control  now, it is highly probable we can save Earth for future generations 
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Whitson 2      The speed of global warming is most likely due to people throwing trash into waters,  throwing trash out car windows which are polluting our lands, and by using aerosol  products.  Our air, water, and land are contaminated so much that is has led to the  depletion of the ozone layer, global warming, and the climate changes.  Mark Maslin is 
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