Should we be concerned about the greenhouse effect?
The greenhouse effect, by definition is the process by which the atÃ¢ÂÂmosphere is assailed by an excess of carbon dioxide. What happens is that carbon dioxide released in large quantities by industry collects at the lower part of the earth's upper atmosphere. Because of this, part of the heat that is reflected from the earth is absorbed by this carbon dioxide and returned to the earth as heat. This shield, so to speak, lets the sunÃ¢ÂÂlight through to the earth but prevents some of the heat from the earth from escaping beyond it. This is the greenhouse effect and as a result of it,it is believed that the earth's climates will change with an increase in heat by 5 to 9 degrees by about the year 2050. This heat will cause the release of poisonous gases on an unwary earth and in addition melt the polar ice and glaciers throughout the world and cause flooding.
The chaÃ¢ÂÂos can well be imagined.
The arguments presented by the scientists on the effects of the greenÃ¢ÂÂhouse effect are reasonable and there is reason to believe that they are correct. Perhaps the effect is already there in small measure. That the removal trees is directly a cause cannot be denied because there are too many instances that have verified this to be true. Cameron Highlands in Malaysia has for the past five decades been a popular destination when people in this region want to enjoy the weather of an English summer. Temperatures were pleasantly cool. In recent years the temperatures have risen and the place is fast losing its popularity as a holiday spot. Only one activity has been going on in the vicinity that could have caused it: logging. Loss of trees...