Lindzen is among those who see climate change as a naturally occurring process in Earth’s atmosphere. The Harvard graduate and MIT professor has endless credibility to his name and believes Earth’s atmosphere is far too complex to simply justify a single reason for the Earth’s warming. Studies show that “if “business as usual” practices continue, climate change in coming decades will be exceptionally rapid, much more rapid on a sustained global basis than the transitions into and out of past ice ages” (Ecological 38). There have always been cases of extreme weather conditions, but in recent years, these weather conditions are becoming more and more common. It was believed for years that climate change had nothing to do with weather conditions. I see trees of green red roses too i see them bloom for me and you Since then, because more people are paying attention to the issue of global warming, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) has reported that “a changing climate leads to changes in the frequency, intensity, spatial extent, duration and timing of extreme weather and climate events, and can result in unprecedented extreme weather and climate events” (Field). Due to the rise in the Earth’s temperature over the past couple of years, the probability of severe heat waves and droughts has increased. As a result of Professor Richard S.
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The most critical aspect of the argument is that rising levels of atmospheric CO2 do not necessarily cause global warming, which contradicts the core thesis of human-caused climate change as stated in a publication made on ProCon.org where the director of Greenpeace International Patrick Moore spoke on the relationship between the CO2 emissions from human activity and global temperature. He states that “there is some correlation, but little evidence, to support a direct causal relationship between CO2 and global temperature through the millennia” (ProCon.org). I see trees of green red roses too i see them bloom for me and you It is important to acknowledge that regardless what the actual While human fertility does appear to be declining, world population is expected to reach ten times that of year 1800, with an expected 10 billion people by the late 21 century (Bongaarts 2009). An increase in human population and related natural resource depletion and environmental degradation are cause for global concern. There are a number of challenges to managing natural resources given the increases in human population today and into the future. The relationship between population growth and environmental degradation is apparent in the increasing energy demands, air and water pollution and loss of biodiversity.