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What is Global Warming?
Global Warming is the increase of Earth's average surface temperature due to effect of greenhouse gases, such as carbon dioxide emissions from burning fossil fuels or from deforestation, which trap heat that would otherwise escape from Earth. This is a type of greenhouse effect.

Causes of Global Warming.

1. The variability of the Earth's orbit around the sun

2. The eruption of the volcano on Earth

3. The accumulation of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere.

The accumulation of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere which is the main cause of global warming, is caused by water vapors from different locations on Earth 30-60%, carbon dioxide 9-26% , methane 4-9% and ozone 3-7%.
The carbon dioxide and methane are generated by human actions such as the fuel, the fuel products (and volatile solvents such; Volatile Organic Compound), logging, burning etc.



Effects of Global Warming
The effects of global warming is extreme weather e.g .El Nino, La Nina. etc. what make sea level rise, the melting of polar glaciers, floods, earthquakes, typhoons, which occur more often and seasonal variations.


How to mitigate global warming.
Mitigation of global warming is trying to limit the future effects of anthropogenic climate change. So where adaptation to global warming seeks to deal with the effects of global warming, mitigation of global warming tries to identify the causes of global warming. This way, activities that contribute to global warming can be limited. Mechanisms that reduce the greenhouse effect can also be put to use in a mitigation effort.