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This paper discusses the causes, nature, and consequences of global warming or human induced climated change, and recommends responses. It discusses the discovery of the greenhouse effect in planetary atmospheres; the role of greenhouse gases in the Earth's atmosphere and evidence for human-induced global warming. The paper also looks at the consequences of climatic instability, including disruption of global food production. Technological and social responses to global warming are also explored.
From the Paper:"Within a couple of decades, human-induced climate change, better known as global warming, has moved from a theoretical discussion at the frontiers of science to become a pressing matter of global concern. The following discussion explores global warming in both its scientific and human dimensions. It begins with a discussion of how the so-called greenhouse effect was discovered, followed by an examination of the scientific principles underlying the greenhouse effect and the role of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere, and an examination of the possible consequences of climate change resulting from the emission of these gases, particularly carbon dioxide, into the atmosphere as a result of industrial energy production. This foundational discussion is followed by a survey of possible responses that have been proposed to limit or alleviate global warming, concluding with a set of policy recommendations. "
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Global Warming (2005, December 01) Retrieved May 25, 2013, from http://www.academon.com/research-paper/global-warming-69729/
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