Greenhouse Effect

The greenhouse effect is a natural phenomenon with which the Earth, through certain gases, retains part of the energy that emits the floor to be heated by solar energy that passes through the atmosphere, maintaining the proper temperature to allow for the existence of life. Thus nature has managed to survive for millions of years with animals and plants. This phenomenon has had different variations during the history of our planet, but from a few decades ago, the pace of these has been increasing since the man has increased the amount of gases produced by industries, having as consequence that the atmosphere to retain more heat and return to the Earth even more energy, causing an imbalance of the radiative balance and global warming. The temperature has risen, on average, 10 degrees Celsius from 1915 to date. This problem is compounded every day due to contamination of the companies that produce toxic gases, in addition to the deforestation of forests and grasslands, which are vital to purify the environment, have led us to the current situation in which the planet is. The increase in temperature can cause droughts and extinctions of species, both plant and animal. Highly developed countries such as China, emitting 45% of them, India 10% and United States 8% are responsible for most of the emission of gaseous pollutants. These powers will benefit because their industries survive thanks to the consumerist culture of today’s society and beneficiaries are economically.

Despite the fact that this matter should be a concern for all human beings affected adults are 90% poorer communities having a 99% of the deaths from this cause. Are they affected first of this time bomb that is going to progress slowly. It is estimated that there are 325 million people affected by the impact of global warming has had with nature, of which 330 thousand will die this year, if we do not act fast for 2030 you’re deaths will amount to 600 thousand people.