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What Is Causing Global Warming?

Like To Know, What Is Causing Global Warming? Here Are The Factors

While the manifestations of global warming are appearing as really dynamic and grave before the society, most lay minds still do not know as what actually is the global warming? The term and the process are of course scientific in it and to explain the correlations involved to every social bucketer is there before no less than a challenge! However, the fact is that such a vastpread understanding is very much necessary to alleviate the drastic situation which is unfolding through the globe. If the common man is not sensitized about what they are contributing to the environment and what should be done on their part to help the environment and nature, the programs so effected will go in vain. The sensible way to make the masses aware is to make them know in simple terms and terminologies as what is causing global warming. In this, the global warming should be explained as the weather related distinctions that are easily perceptible to them.

Here are some processes explained so as to let the layman understand about the evidence and latent intrinsic behind the global warming. Have a look –

1. Thermal power generation

The thermal power plants are spewing huge amounts of carbon dioxide, which is a potent greenhouse gas. The heavy amounts so released of it cause dis balances in the atmospheric composition. The fact is that carbon dioxide and other GHGs (also know as greenhouse gas) trap the solar radiation and thus increase the ambient temperature makes the atmosphere warm & which is scientifically called as the global warming. It is reflected as the permanent rise in the average temperature for the whole yearly profile. This temperature rise is to the tune of just a few degrees, but has otherwise produced potential impacts for the vegetation and fauna including the human societies and economies.

2. Automobile exhausts

The number automobiles are increasing every year; courtesy to the growing social desire to get affluent through frontline purchasing. This has also led to the multifold increase in the production of the GHGs as also the pollutants like nitrogen oxides. The tech interventions for reducing the emissions from the automobiles have been offset by the robust increase in the number of new vehicles on the road.

3. Industrial effluents

There has been a steady growth of the industry as a definitive dimension of development in every nation of the world. However, this rapid industrialization is polluting the atmosphere with a diversity of pollutants. Most of these pollutants are GHGs of various potencies while some are direct toxins and of course the smoke. The greenhouse gases contribute to the global warming.

4. Hydrocarbon fuel combustion

Since times immemorial, humans have relied on the hydrocarbon fuels like charcoal, coal and wood to carry out their kitchen cooking. The necessary by product in addition to the calorific value is the carbon dioxide and SPM / smoke. Even from the smart fuels like the LPG, the chemical combustion of the butane and isobutene releases carbon dioxide, which is the lead contributor to global warming.

5. Rice fields

The paddy / rice farms have been found to generate a more potent greenhouse gases which is methane. The capacity of methane in trapping the radiation is more that of carbon dioxide. Such a dimension just can not be negated in any way as it is directly related to the feeding of the societies.

6. Animal husbandry

The alimentary canal of the majority of bovines / cattle generates a significant amount of methane, a noted GHG. This again represents the dimension where any reduction is certainly not possible as animal husbandry is an established economic activity of profit and nutrition too.

7. Forest fires

The forest fires have remained as a common component of the tropical forests, mainly because of the high temperature dry weather condition. Forest fires generally occurs at the peak of dry summer conditions and spread very fast. The forest departments rely on the technical interventions like well delineated filing and others to control the spread. The fires feed upon the organic carbon in the flora to produce heavy amounts of greenhouse gases and particularly the carbon dioxide.

8. Massive deforestation

Continuous deforestation has reduced the capacity of the global environment to absorb excess of carbon and heat and thus conversely contributes to global warming.

9. Changed land use patterns on the globe – Urbanization and concretization

The land use patterns have changed and the vegetation cover is being concretized with the initiatives of urbanization and industrialization. The again reduces the resilience of the environment towards global warming.

These are major causes that fuel global warming either directly or indirectly. We have to take initiative to control these appropriately.



Source by Ana F Santos

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