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Saunders, Nigel. 2007. Wind Power (Energy for the Future and Global Warming). Gareth Stevens Publishing

The climate changes the weather which causes global warming. As the winds blows heavily, lands and forests are getting dry. Because of dry forest, the forest can be caused by fire or reduction in plants. Without moist, plants cannot grow. Hurricane was known as a cause of global warming. Wind shear is also known as a cause of global warming. Wind causes the air to warm up which creates storms and hurricanes. Because of the wind making the air warmer than it should be, it causes the ocean to get warm which slowly turns into hurricanes and tropical storms. In dry lands, winds makes the land even more dry and the temperature to rise which causes tornadoes and earthquakes. When there is earthquakes underneath the ocean because the water is getting warmer causes volcanoes to erupt.

Global warming is because caused not just by the wind and the climate changes but because of human resources. Because of the resources and energy we use, it causes the Earth to get warmer. When we use burning fuels for gasoline or burning coals, we’re making the Earth warmer. Carbon lets light into Earth from the sun but blocks the exit for energy to come causing the Earth to retain more heat from the sun and also the energy we use. The burning of fuels and coals cannot be restored or recycled so it is released in the atmosphere. Because the Earth retains a lot of heat and humans are using a lot of energy and the wind causes more heat, global warming causes bad weathers to come.


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