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Earth Science
Scientists believe that the current warming of the planet is because of human activity because science has been politicized to a large extent, which has in turn led to economic changes. Scientists point to the use of fossil fuels as an explanation for periods of climate warming; this attention allowed the carbon credit system to be put into place, where carbon credits are bought and sold by companies to ensure a tighter regulation of the use of fossil fuels (Kenton, 2020).
While technically one of the biggest contributors to greenhouse gases is cows and the methane they release (Lemonick, 2017), humans are still responsible for the agriculture and farming industries. Still, most science media puts the blame on fossil fuels—the carbon dioxide coming out of internal combustion engine cars and coal-burning factories. It is the reason Elon Musk’s Tesla, Inc., has attracted such a following. They believe that…

Destroyed Environment and Massively Warm Climate
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Misstep and nonstops of the 21st century that have led to the current year, 2118’s destroyed environment and massively warm climate
Our planet is being destroyed, at present, by drought, heat, fires and dust and a nearly irreversibly damaged and sick environment, which is impacting the lives of millions with its new dimension of climate change and associated health effects. The climate change impacts felt in the present day are in line with twenty-first century estimates which suggested a possibly devastating, and excessively high, risk to mankind’s health[footnoteRef:1]. According to the estimates, some of global warming’s chief threats to humanity were food insecurity, displacement, malnutrition, and other unanticipated calamities which couldn’t be experimentally ascertained on account of the climate and environment’s long-term and complicated nature. The dire nature of the estimates raises the question of why they weren’t taken seriously by twenty-first century stakeholders and what held them back…

Mann, Michael, and T. Tolles. \\"The Madhouse Effect.\\" (2016).
McKibben, Bill. “Global Warming’s Terrifying New Math,” Rolling Stone, (July 19, 2012).
Mooney, Chris. “The Magic Number: Holding Warming Under Two Degrees Celsius is the Goal. But is it Still Attainable?” The Washington Post, (November 25, 2015).
National Climate Assessment, “Climate Change Impacts in the United States,” (2014)
PBS Frontline, “Climate of Doubt,” (2012)
Plummer, Brad. “Scientists made a detailed “roadmap” for meeting the Paris climate goals. It’s eye-opening.” Vox, March 24, 2017. 
Roberts, David. “There’s a huge gap between the Paris climate change goals and reality.” Vox, (November 6, 2017).