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ISSN: 2157-7625

Journal of Ecosystem & Ecography
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Global warming: Fact or rumour

Biodiversity & Sustainable Energy Development-2012

Dhritiraj Sengupta

Posters: J Ecosyst Ecogr

DOI: 10.4172/2157-7625.S1.009

Abstract
As of now almost every living organism knows about the global warming and its effect with the causes. But is Global warming really happening? Or it is just the over publicity of the media? Or just a common natural variability? Or the word ?global? is wrong. It may be localised phenomena, or it may be the fault of our existing models which predict the future climatic change? But as far now these statements has question mark in front of them, many climatologist believe that GLOBAL WARMING has other part. But how can several proof and events be wrong? About the first, almost everyone knows but the other part which is about the myth is also coming out, research is now again done to really know about the GLOBAL WARMING. Professor Zbigniew Jaworowski, Chairman of the Scientific Council of the Central Laboratory for Radiological Protection in Warsaw, rejected the old and most important theory that co2 is the main cause of Global warming. He found that a change in Earth?s temperature would have more to do with cloud cover and water vapour than carbon dioxide concentration in the atmosphere. Moreover, Climate change is natural, continuous, and caused by changes in solar emissions. Over hundreds of thousands of years, the earth's average surface temperature has varied within a narrow 4-degree temperature range.CO2 accounts for less than 3% of all greenhouse gases, and only 6% of atmospheric CO2 is produced by human activity. Moreover, climate change is natural, continuous, and caused by changes in solar emissions. Over hundreds of thousands of years, the earth's average surface temperature has varied within a narrow 4-degree temperature range. That variation causes both "warm periods," like we are now living in, and "cold periods" accompanied by ice ages, which periodically destroy most life on earth.
Biography
Dhritiraj sengupta is currently pursuing Bachelors degree on physical geography in Pune University and is in the 2nd year. Till now he has participated in the the Geofest International 2010 held at cms, mahanagar campus, Lucknow, won the consolation prize on model making, topic-alternatives in reducing carbon footprint,5th to 10th September 2010. also he has presented a poster on issues and challenges in Kaziranga National Forest,Assam at the National Conference on Forest,Wildlife and Climate change held at Central University, bilaspur, chhattisgarh, India (28th Jan to 1st Feb 2012). He has passed the elementary course in natural disaster management conducted by DIMARF(Desasted Management Reserch Foudation) Nasik, India. Currently working as an volunteer with an environmental NGO named Kalpavishk in Pune. He has also participated in the Indian student parliament held at M.I.T, pune, 10-12 th Jan 2012
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