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The role of nature in climate change and global warming

BY: Deena David | Category: Nature | Post Date: 2009-12-11

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Climate change and global warming have taken center stage with hundreds and thousands of people gathering in Copenhagen to discuss and come to a decision on the various aspects of this condition. There are many hurdles that have to be faced and overcome before a conclusion is got on the debate and discussions at the highest levels.

Various corporates and their top level managements, developed and developing countries have all joined together to decide on the various courses of action that can be taken to save the Earth from being destroyed. There are various reasons for the global warming and the climate change that has been going on for decades now. The process of industrialization has started the ball rolling and the climate change associated with this has made the world to go on the brink of destruction.

The various causes of global warming include the emission of various gases from the exhausts of vehicles. Aviation fuel when it is used causes a lot of greenhouse gases that cause the destruction to the environment. Rampant industrialization has increased the emission of various gases and the heat associated with this heat has slowly increased the temperature of the earth. This temperature rise has also led to the warming of the Poles causing the ice and glaciers to melt. This in turn has slowly caused the rise of the oceans and this can flood various low lying countries.

All people think only of the industries when they think of climate change, but rarely do people think of the various natural causes of global warming. In fact people think that nature cannot be destroyed by nature itself, but it is true. There are various natural causes of global warming and climate change. They are:
1. Volcanoes:

There are a lot of volcanoes that keep erupting all the time. These volcanoes emit lava at a very high temperature. The volcanoes that are inside the seas are also another major cause of the increased temperature that leads to global warming. This is because they help to raise the temperature of the water and all the surrounding areas.

2. Sun spots / Flares:

The rays of the sun heats up the world. The intensity and the temperature of the suns rays play a major role in the sun spots and the flares that in turn cause a rise in the temperature. The sun has areas of black spots that are areas of relative decrease in temperature. There are also various flares on the sun that cause a sudden increase in the temperature of the rays of the sun. These are also things that can cause an increase in the temperature.

3. Coal mine fires:

There are various coal mines around the world. These coal mines cause a very high temperature and the temperature rise caused by these coal mine fires can cause a global increase in the temperature. There are many coal mines that are present in various parts o the world, and lightning strikes or manmade fires cause the fires to rage unabated and they help to cause global warming too.

These are the various natural causes of global warming.

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About Author / Additional Info: I have completed my Masters Degree in Paediatric Nursing. I am a writer with a passion for writing. I have been writing for some blogs and other sites. Comments are welcome at the following e mail address: deenaanddavid@gmail.com

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