Global warming will have diverse adverse and even disastrous effects on the earth. Venkatarmanan (2012) defines global warming as the average temperature increase on the land’s surface. While some people do not believe this, the subsequent increase in the global temperature is a topic of discussion in schools as well as in the media. Many ecologists and environmentalists give information on blogs, essays and talk on public forums about the disastrous effects of global warming.
Their intention is to educate the masses on this issue. According to famous scientists, global warming is crucial and needs a change of current practices that contributes to it. In his book ‘The Future of Life,’ Wilson (2002) points out human ignorance on environmental conservation. He blames humans for the unbalanced nitrogen cycle and a higher atmospheric carbon dioxide. Many scientists think that people are aware of the science behind the atmosphere, but some people are not aware hence, they might disagree with the notion that adverse carbon dioxide might interfere with the patterns of global weather.
Some people argue that the earth’s climate can fluctuate and that maybe, this time, is that hotter season but this temperature increase does not appear like it will stop. Venkatarmanan (2012) says that this pattern is dangerous. He says that over the past 100 years, the temperature close to the earth’s surface has increased by less 1degree Celsius. This increase is minimal, but scientists claim that it can cause an extreme effect on the surface. Caldeira (2012) lists the adverse effects of global warming as increased temperature on land than in oceans, at the poles than at the equator, increased the temperature at night than during the day, more in winter than in summer and extreme rainfall. Snow and ice are less, and fertile soils are wasted in the Arctic region. The weather becomes unfriendly with thunder-filled storms (Rignot et.al, 2004). Anthes et al. (2006) reveal that this danger is so factual not as vague as some people think.