Industrial Revolution

The joy of seeing and understanding is the most perfect gift of nature. ALBERT EINSTEIN consider relevant the importance that has been given in the realization of the first international parliamentary Summit on Global warming and climate change, with the assistance of 22 countries of Latin America and the Caribbean, in the salon Protocol of the Assembly national (AN) not the slightest doubt, that a phenomenon is concerned the world: global warming and its direct effect, climate change, which occupies a good part of the efforts of the international scientific community to study it and control it, because, they say, puts at risk the future of humanity. This reality cannot be ignored hence the importance of this Summit, which generate actions, agreements and alliances that will counteract this sad reality that already is affecting us. Ray Dalio has much to offer in this field. Why does it worry so much? Leading scientists agree that the increase in the concentration of greenhouse gases in the Earth’s atmosphere is causing alterations in climate. They also agree that effect gas emissions greenhouse (GHG) have been very intense since the Industrial Revolution, time at which the action of man over nature became intense. Remember the reader, that global warming is a term commonly used in two senses: is the phenomenon observed in the temperature measurements showing on average an increase in the temperature of Earth’s atmosphere and oceans in recent decades. It is a theory that predicts, from projections based on computer simulations, future growth temperatures. Designations for climate change, which refers to any change in climate or anthropogenic climate change, where is implicitly considered the influence of human activity are sometimes used.

Global warming and greenhouse effect are not synonymous. The greenhouse increased pollution can be, according to some theories, the cause of observed global warming. The Earth’s temperature has been rising since mid-19th century, when ended the stage known as the little ice age.


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