Humans caused the Ozone layer to break, and split. According to a recent survey of 1500 people one thousand four hundred and twenty nine people felt climate change is a result of human pollution. As well a large amount of scientists have reported that pollution has increased the rate of clonal warming.
Plastics and trash floats in the pacific ocean as large as the state of Texas. Even though this is a huge concern, there are species of birds that can land on trash island, and eat various scraps as well. So it's not a total loss, but it obviously illustrates that humans effect the environment.
I agree that human activity is responsible for climate change. Climate change skeptics and opponents often like to bring up the fact that climate change has always been a part of Earth's history. This belief is misguided. What they do not realize is that human activity has accelerated climate change at an alarming rate and what would usually take thousands to millions of years is taking place within decades. Our pollution and CO2 emissions have set the Earth on the course for massive changes.
Carbon in the atmosphere is at its highest levels in 650,000 years, according to ice core samples taken from Antarctica. Of course humans are responsible for climate change because these carbon levels have risen since the rise of industrial humans. It may be too late to reverse some effects now, but we need to do something in order to keep climate change from getting catastrophic.
Human activity is responsible for climate change. It has been proven that humans are solely responsible for the climate change. Everyday we give off greenhouse gases that directly affect the climate change. Primarily the main cause of the climate change is the cars and trucks that are on our highways.
At this stage, there should be very little doubt that human
activity is often responsible for climate change. Ever since the Industrial revolution, human
technology has been effecting the environment negatively. There are too many of us on the planet
consuming too many resources and producing too much waste. We are the cause of global warming.
Is human activity responsible for climate change? We humans are definitely responsible for some aspects of climate change, for example acid rain and global warming, for example. Pollution from poorly monitored industrial activities caused there climate changes just as the steel industry in Pittsburgh created darkness at noon and turned white blouses black by the time the ladies wearing them returned home from work at night. Being the cause of these changes in the environment and seeing that they are changes for the worse, we have responsibility to work to correct them as much as possible. Pittsburgh's air today is relatively clean. The industry is absent. Acid rain is not what is was since sulfur emissions are being controlled. Carbon is the next pollutant on the agenda. We have a long way to go and some errors cannot ever be completely righted. But we have to try because it will be the end of the world if we do not.
There is no substantive evidence that human activity is solely responsible for climate change. There have been climactic changes on Earth for millions of years, and it would be remiss for scientists to conclude in so short a time that humans alone could influence the planet to such an extent.