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  • 1. Informative Essay On Skiing Skiing Do you like to downhill ski? Who doesn't like a little rush of adrenaline? It feels good! Skiing is a worldwide sport and pastime, but how much do you really know about it? My subtopics include: the history of skiing, who skied first, and the best places to ski. Journey into the whipping wind and flying snow to find out how and why skiing really started! Many people say that skiing originally originated in the Atlay mountains in 8000 BC. Some say it didn't start until much later in that region (National Geographic). The skis are very different than today's, they are closer to eight feet long and made of wood, fur, and horse hair. They had one pole to keep their balance, not two. The skis varied in size over the years, the largest being a huge twelve feet long and the smallest being about two and a half feet long. The people from older times used the skis to travel faster on snow to catch animals by catching up to them. They have greatly changed from a hunting tactic to a very exciting sport and pastime, it has greatly evolved. But who first started it? more content... These places are thought to be the areas of origin because of paintings preserved in bogs and rock. The paintings that have been found are all very different in how the "skier" is depicted. They range from things that look very much like actual skiing to ones that are hard to identify but have been assumed to be some sort of skiing. Though the origin of skiing is debated, it is no doubt that it is a popular activity all over the Get more content on
  • 2. Informative Essay On Education Informative Analysis Essay In today's world, education has taken center stage and is considered to be the focal point for success and prosperity in one's future. Education while previously thought to not be important and was not necessarily required, has taken a complete 180 and has gained the attention of many professionals and experts in several areas and fields (Hanford, "The Value of a College Degree"). Many questions people ask are if education as a whole has taken a decline in value, or whether or not people should still undertake a post–secondary education with all of the costs associated with it. What was once thought to be a surefire way to guarantee a solid future has turned into the target of debate as of late. Many people side with the continued thought that college is worth it, but others are turning heads at the thought of going to college to try for a better future (Tierney "AMERICAN HIGHER EDUCATION: How Does It Measure Up for the 21st Century?"). While many experts and activists in the field of education, as well as those outside education, share universal ground over the ideas of obtaining a "worthwhile" education and the outcome of a better future based on the education one receives, they have not acquired a complete agreement about if college is worth pursuing in relation to the costs that accompany it, how much education is enough in today's world and if it is important to even possess a degree. Over the last 100 or so years, the price of going to Get more content on
  • 3. Writing An Informative Essay The definition essay is the most basic form of an informative essay. Its goal is to simply provide an explanation. Informative essays that define provide their explanation using one of three methods: They can use synonyms to explain what the new term is similar to, categories to help the reader see where the term fits in compared to others, or negation to allow the reader to understand the term by seeing what it isn't. In addition to the three methods, there are several ways you can organize an informative essay that provides a definition. The most important thing is to present them in a logical order that makes sense, and there's not one method that's best in every case. Some organization schemes you might consider include presenting examples Get more content on
  • 4. Writer's Workshop: Informative Writer's Workshop: Research Paper– Informative What is an Expository Writing? 'Expository' is a synonym of 'explanatory'. An expository essay, thus, is a piece of writing that explains or informs. It is meant to be based on fact and free of the writer's prejudices. Opinion is often expressed, but only if it is backed by fact. For example, if someone asked you to write an essay on the causes of World War II, you might write about Germany's losses in World War I, the Treaty of Versailles, the fall of the Weimar Republic and the rise of Hitler led Nazism. In other words, everything would be based on verifiable fact – an expository essay. The expository writing process is centered on four activities: Generate a rough idea or hypothesis. Find more content... Expert evidence with parenthetical citation: Your elaboration that explains how the evidence supports your claim: Transition to second quote for detail 2: Expert evidence with parenthetical citation: Your elaboration that explains how the evidence supports your claim: Supporting Detail 3: Indent Topic sentence with transition to final supporting detail: Have you ever wondered how long is forever? Let me tell you. Expert evidence with parenthetical citation: According to, forever means ВЁwithout ever ending; eternally; continually; incessantly; always; an endless or seemingly endless period of time; eternally; alwaysВЁ (
  • 5. Your elaboration that explains how the evidence supports your claim: This concludes that forever involves time and that time being infinite. Transition to second quote for detail 3: Expert evidence with parenthetical citation: Your final elaboration that explains how the evidence supports your claim: Paragraph 5: CONCLUSION Paraphrase the central idea: Make a connection for the reader by referring back to your Get more content on
  • 6. Informative Speech On Beauty Informative Speech Outline Attention–Getter: Mirror Mirror on the wall, tell me who is the most beautiful of them all? Thesis Statement: Beauty is defined in many different ways around the world. Examples of this include body scars, paleness, and full figures. (Example) What's in it for the audience: According to the Merriam Webster Dictionary, beauty is defined as qualities in a person that give pleasure to the senses or exalts the mind or spirit. (Merriam Webster Dictionary) It is important to know not only how beauty is defined in American society, but also in other cultures. Credibility: For the past several weeks, I have done intensive research on beauty in three different cultures including Ethiopia, China, and Mauritania. Along with this, I have interviewed Dr. Sanz, an anthropologist here at the university. Preview: Scars, skin color, and body weight all make up who we are, although different cultures view these characteristics very differently. Transition: While Americans are concerned with erasing scars, Ethiopian tribes are creating them. (Smith) Scarification is a method Ethiopian tribes use to represent themselves and show beauty within their culture. (Fact) (Style) According to Ruth Style, a Daily Mail journalist, Ethiopian tribes, such as the Surma use razor blades and thorns to create scars during a special ceremony. (Example) During the voluntary ceremony, one must not show pain because pain brings disgrace to the family name. (Example) (Style) After the initial cut, scars have organic sap and ash rubbed onto them in order to make them heal as raised bumps. (Example) (Style) Scarification is an increasingly risky business, but plays huge role in Ethiopian tribal life. (Fact) (Style) B. These decorated scars are more than a sign of old injury. Scars represent culture, adulthood, and belonging. Most of all, the scars on these bodies represent beauty. (Fact) (Style) Men and women have these scar patterns on their shoulders, chest, face, and entire body. Different tribes focus on different areas of the body. For example, the Dassanech from Oma River Valley focuses on shoulder scars. (Example) (Style) Scars are a sign of beauty within tribes. Scars on women, in particular, are seen Get more content on
  • 7. Informative Speech A List of Informative Speech Topics: Pick Only Awesome Ideas! Just when you thing you're way past through the question "How to write an essay?", another one comes. That's the thing students desperately Google like "What is a informative speech?" – and, believe experts, this is something you'll definitely need some professional help in. Informative speaking is a speech on completely new issue. Tell your audience something they have never known! Now that you know the answer to the question "What is informative speaking?", it's time to check a great informative essay topics list – check the modern concerns and issues to deal with! A List of Informative Speech Topics: Healthcare and Medicine. First of all, check the more content... A List of Informative Speech Topics: in the Rhythm of Waltz. Among the most popular informative speaking topics, the ones concerning music must be really exciting. So why don't you try some of these ideas: Musical Instruments and Character Peculiarities: The Melancholic Prefer Violins; The Role of Music in Society: A Means to Spur Creativity or Calm People Down? Music Therapy and Its effects: Another Panacea for the Humankind; Music as a Mixture of Art and Industry: the XXI Century Pop Culture; Musical Theater as the Most Unforgettable Experience: Something You Never Knew about It; The Most Notable Person in the Music History: Changing the World in a Moment; The Tendencies in the Music genres Development: XXI Century; Musical Expression: Definition and the Modern Interpretation. A List of Informative Speech Topics: What Makes Your Mouth Water In case you're looking for the essay topics and ideas concerning nutrition, there's a plenty of wonderful speeches for you to choose:
  • 8. The Most Exotic Food Ever: A Snapshoot of the World Culture; Food Additives, Their Effects and Threats: Be Careful What You Eat; Food Chains: the Mechanisms, the Efficiency and the Revenues; Providing Food Security: Learning What Meals Consist of; Food Habits in Different Countries: Learning the Peculiarities of Etiquette; Food and Nutrition: The Differences and the Similarities between the Two; Food Resources Get more content on
  • 9. I am writing an informative essay for my English 111 course. My medium for this project will be a formal academic manuscript. I will be writing to Professor Helfrich and my classmates. I will be writing this argument essay to an audience of people who support and want to solve the issue to stop mistreating animals that are consumed. Also, this essay could benefit people who are not aware of this issue or have an opposing view. Throughout this essay I will be making my audience aware of why industrial production of food is being done in an unethical manner and the the health problems and risks that are arising. There are many reasons that this argument is a concern. These reasons include overlooked production practices, high and fast more content... They are as easy as enforcing better laws and regulations. "Livestock production relies heavily on antimicrobials, hormones, and a variety of other pharmaceuticals. A number of concerns have been raised about these developments, including the presence of drug residues in meat and the impact of these production techniques on animal welfare" (Schneider). Today many people are confused as to why there are not a lot stricter and enforced rules being taken into play when it comes to our health and the environment. Even though there are many rules and regulation put into place by the FDA it is a possibility that there are so many underlying rules and regulations put into place and it is hard for these companies to keep up with them. There needs to be a strict and a laid out set of rules that are easy to follow and that are not being changed and modified daily. These laws and regulations are more likely to be changed if more attention was brought to this issue. Attention could be brought to the public by more media such as social media, television, newspapers, etc. By bringing attention to this matter people will want to become more educated about the topic and what they can do to help prevent this type of behavior. "Each year an estimated 5,000 Americans die and another 77 million get sick from disease producing agents in the food they eat" (Sifry). These numbers show how undereducated people are about the risks buying Get more content on
  • 10. Informative Speech About Love Some people walk into your life and change everything about what happens next. When they come all you can do is surrender. Everything about them defeats you. The person you thought you were vanishes and finally for the first time you have it. That thing that moves everything else that thing that most people search eternity for can't find. You finally found it and it consumes you. Nothing compares to it. Every tear you ever cried, every disappointment that ever came was worth it, if this is where it led you. It was worth it. You found it. That thing that stirs the soul you foundlove. What is it to be in love? What is it to love another person so deeply that they become your religion? Their touch your redemption, their kiss your salvation. What is that like? Isn't love suicide? You go into it, but you never come out someone else does. I'm talking about the sort of love that blurs boundaries. You can't remember where you end and they begin. This kind of love transforms you, It expands you without description, words become useless. What you think she feels, what you feel he dreams. For even your dreams become sacred places the same way the places you make love, taste, and enter each other become alters to a union words can barely describe. I'm talking about the kind of love where souls whisper and make promises to one another. That only the heart can remember. Have you ever been in love? Have you ever been so deeply connected to and defined by another human being? If you Get more content on
  • 11. Informative Speech On Anxiety Anxiety is one of the most common illnesses in America. Your palms can get sweaty, you get nervous and your blood pressure can increase. Some students can go through anxiety every day just by having to go to school or present in class like I am now. I am presenting a speech in front of a decent size class some of who I am familiar with and some of you who I barely know so that can be a bit scary and nerve racking. I will discuss what Anxiety is, how to diagnose it, and also how to treat it. It is very common and I'm pretty sure most of you know basically what it is. But just in case I will go over the main important things to know about Anxiety. According to the National Institute of Mental Health, anxiety disorders involve more than temporary worry or fear. For a person with an anxiety disorder, the anxiety does not go away and can get worse over time. The feelings can interfere with daily activities such as job performance, school work, and relationships. There are several different types of anxiety disorders. Examples include generalized anxiety disorder, panic disorder, and social anxiety disorder. According to the American psychological association, Anxiety is an emotion characterized by feelings of tension, worried thoughts, and invisible changes like increased blood pressure. You can have OCD, phobias, panic attacks, and PTSD. OCD is basically anxiety that takes the form of obsessions and compulsions. I know many of you guys are scared of spiders or bees and that is Get more content on
  • 12. The Titanic Informative Essay Currently it's 2018, 106 years since the disaster in 1912. A little while ago, we finished the unit on the Titanic and most of my questions were answered. Like exactly how many people were able to survive the tragedy or why did only a few lifeboats go back to find survivors? "706 survivors" and "the people onboard didn't want to die" were the responses I got. There were many other interesting facts about the Titanic, and I'm going to try to include them all in this writing. First things first, the Titanic was said to be "The Ship of Wonders"; and if you were onboard, you would've thought that it truly was. Almost everything onboard was extraordinary. From the bedrooms to the restaurants, everything looked amazing. However, that was if you Get more content on
  • 13. EXAMPLE OF INFORMATIVE SPEECH OUTLINE Informative Outline Topic: Impact of Media in the Society and Individual General Purpose: To Inform Specific Purpose:To inform my audience the negative impact of social media in the society and to the individual. Thesis:Social media websites are some of the most popular haunts on the Internet. They have revolutionized the way people communicate and socialize on the Web. I. Introduction A. Attention Getter:Today, just about everyone depends on information and communication to keep their lives moving through daily activities like work, education, health care, leisure activities, entertainment, travelling, personal relationships, and the other stuff with which we more content... 1. There are three basic functions of mass media. a. Providing news and information b. Entertainment c. Education 2. How media influence us a. According to Victoria Sherrow, in her book Violence the question of cause and effect and the Media: There are positive and negative influences of mass media, which we must understand as a responsible person of a society. b. New and influential media–distribution channels have appeared in the 21st century. Delivered via the World Wide Web across the Internet, we are
  • 14. influenced daily by blogs, wikis, social networks, virtual worlds and myriad forms of content sharing. c. Radio and then television were very influential. As the 20th century closed, TV exposed us to untold numbers of images of advertising and marketing, suffering and relief, sexuality and violence, celebrity, and much more. Transition: Now that I have discussed the influence of social media, I will now discuss the effects of social media and the impact to the society and to the individual. B. The impact of Media on the society 1. Social impact a. Couldry states that "Mass media generally are considered a prime candidate given the on–line profusion of information and entertainment services. This article compares the daily mass media habits of heavy, light, and nonusers of personal computers and on–line services based on 1994 and 1995 national surveys conducted by the Times–Mirror Center for the People and the Press." b. On a Get more content on
  • 15. Informative Speech Outline Essay Alissa Jarrar Informative Speech Prof. Dorsey 3/15 Topic: Dubai General Purpose: Tourism Specific Purpose: Attractions, Malls and Hotels I. Introduction A. Attention Getter– Who has ever been to New York City? Who has ever been to Las Vegas? Who has ever been to Miami? Who has ever seen pictures of these places? What if I told you there was another place just like all these places on the other side of the world. Does anyone know of the city of Dubai? It is exactly like New York City, Las Vegas and Miami in one. Dubai's city is amazing. B. Thesis – Today I would like to inform you about some of the amazing places and things Dubai's city has, such as their main attractions, malls and astonishing hotels. In a 2006 more content... III. Malls A. Diera City Centre 1. One of oldest malls 2. Over 300 shops B. Mall of Emirates 1.Ski Dubai 2. Aquarium C. Dubai Mall 1. Biggest mall in the world 2. Over 1200 shops D. Dragon Mart 1. Shaped as a dragon 2. Major flea market Transition: I've told you about some attractions and the malls, Finally, I'm going to tell you about the hotels in Dubai and also some major possible future hotel projects.
  • 16. IV. Hotels In the article "Dubai continues growth as a tourism hotspot" out of the Travel and Tourism News, October 2010 addition states Dubai "has achieved significant growth in terms of hotel occupancy and tourism arrivals in the first half of 2010, with the number of hotel guests reaching 4,181,326 a nine per cent increase from 3,852,742 guests in the first half of 2009." A. Burj Al Arab1. Luxury hotel was opened in 1999. 2. The 4th tallest hotel in the world, it stands 321 meters high and is located on a separate artificial island. Built like a sail 3. At night, the hotel's exterior is lit by a choreographed show of colors that change every half hour. 4. Huge aquariums, dancing fountains 5. Tiger woods hit golf ball off helicopter pad B. Atlantis 1. This luxury resort is situated on 113 acres, and is considered an architectural wonder 2. Prime location, on the crescent of The Palm Jumeirah, known as the 8th Wonder of the World. 3. This resort features "Aquaventure" – a Get more content on
  • 17. Informative Speech On Climate Change Topic = Issue): Climate Change Title: Changing the Weather One Man–made Greenhouse Gas at a Time General Purpose: To Persuade Specific Purpose: To persuade my audience to help reduce climate change that is causing severe weather by trying to help combat vampire electric devices in our homes. Thesis Statement/Central Idea: Climate change is a big problem in our world and we are the cause, because of our human–induced climate change we are causing extreme weather in the United States, one solution to this problem is stopping phantom energy, and we can visualize that by simply unplugging devices when we turn them off. Introduction I. (Attention Getter) 2016 was a record setting year for climate change. The first six months were the warmest that have ever been recorded in the modern temperature record which has been around since the 1800s. In this six–month period, the temperature was up an average of 2.4 degrees Fahrenheit in comparison with the late 19th century. II. (Reveal Specific Purpose) In this speech I am going to show my audience that if they unplug their devices once they are done using them they can reduce the amount of Carbon Dioxide that is released from coal power plants. III. (Relate Topic to Audience) We all share this Earth together and we are all destroying it together and I do not know about you but I am enjoying my time here and I would like future generations to be able to enjoy it as well. We should all care about the well–being of the Earth. IV. Get more content on
  • 18. The effects of social media on human behavior: An Informative Essay Communication varied in form and method since the beginning of civilization. However, since technology was used for the exchange of information, many different technological platforms were created and this has had an effect on communication itself. For example, social media revolutionized human communication in an irrevocable way. In the 21st century, social media is playing an important role in our community. Through social media we communicate, we share, we have fun and we can even work every day with people all around the world. But, as social media is growing and becoming essential, the only thing we started caring about is likes, followers, showing off, and feeding our virtual life, even if it's fake. This topic seems relevant and highly important in a time where technology is becoming essential and vital for our everyday life. Social media serves as a way of exposing people's day to day events, even the most trivial ones, and we have come to a point where this obsession for posting everything has exceeded any type of existent limit flirting with the line that distinguishes social media as an art and a vice. To what extent is this addiction carrying humanity in the right direction? The effects of social media are mainly affecting kids, teens and young adults. Over the last years, we became aware of the consequences and problems the use of social media brings. For example, cyberbullying is a main issue as people may take advantage of being behind a screen to say things they would not say in person. Moreover, social media may be seen as a waste of time because we tend to spend the whole day using these platforms instead of make the most of our time. In fact, sitting down all day is not healthy and it may bring severe future problems such as diabetes and obesity. Furthermore, with social media we can even learn other's life story and the things they like by looking at their profiles. This may be dangerous as people with evil intentions have access to this information too. People believe and know social media has both, positive and negative effects on human behavior. In order to prove this, I asked my classmates whether social media has Get more content on
  • 19. Informative Essay On Adhd ADHD The population of people with ADHD has increased by a significant amount.ADHD stands for Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder.An ongoing question about ADHD is how do you manage it and can it ever be outgrown.Adhd can't be outgrown but if it's treated the right way then kids grow to go on and live well constructive lives .ADHD is hard to control and manage for some kids ,ADHD is a chronic disorder that tough on a lot of people. I'm writing about ADHD because it's a condition that concerns a lot of people ,like parents and children diagnosed with ADHD.ADHD has affected so many people in so many that it's become a disorder that people have a lot of questions about.i feel like more content... KIds with ADHD face a lot of challenges.A Challenge that is very common are learning Disabilities .It affects their way of learning because they are constantly distracted by noises in other students in their classrooms.THe most common learning disabilities are Dyslexia ,Dyscalculia,Dysgraphia,and Non–verbal disabilities these learning disabilities have an effect on a lot of people.An additional challenge is challenges with there sociasl skills.It affec ts there social skills because of there mood swings and Get more content on
  • 20. Informative Speech On Immigration Title of Presentation: Immigration is More Complex than it Seems. Specific Purpose: To inform about immigration in the United States. Thesis Statement: Today I will be informing you about immigration in the United States. Introduction I.According to, accessed October 16, 2017, "In 2015 (alone), 1.38 million foreign–born individuals moved to the United States, a 2 percent increase from 1.36 million in 2014." II.Immigration has been a topic of great discussion and controversy even before this year's election. In recent years, illegal immigration has been the focus of these discussions, but other forms of immigration exist. Immigrants also immigrate through legal processes. III.Today I will be informing you about immigration in the United States. IV.I will start my presentation with a depiction of what legal and illegal immigration encompass. After, I will talk about the impacts of immigration on America. I will finalize my presentation with the current government actions that are changing the immigration system. Body Transition: Now let's analyze the different immigration path ways that are available. I.The process of immigrating to the U.S. involves more than one pathway and extensive requirements. A.When an immigrant utilizes a legal process to get in the country, the process can take a lot of time and money., accessed October 16, 2017, claims that Immigrants can apply for visas or U.S. residencies Get more content on
  • 21. Informative Speech Essay What if a speaker had an important topic that they needed to get across to their audience? How would the speaker go about it and what type of speech would the speaker choose. Well chapter 13 contents the creative process for informative speaking. What informative speaking is how to choose a focused informative topic, how to conduct a research and informative outline? The chapter also contains how to organize the body, introduction, and conclusion of the informative speech. Lastly chapter 13 contents explain how to prepare to present the speech and evaluate and informative speech. In order to make a well informative speech the speaker needs to be logical and purposeful. There are five steps to achieve a well–spoken speech. The first more content... Finally choose the specific purpose and central idea. These two help the speaker stay on topic while giving the audience the objective for the speech. Now that the speaker has figured out what type of speech they want to present they can create a working outline. The outline should take a few minutes to construct. This will guide the speaker research. Now the working outline is only a rough outline. In this outline the speaker might use question for the main points and later use sentences for the preparation outline. After the working outline is complete the speaker is ready to conduct research. When researching the speaker wants to find material the will make the audience want to listen and learn. The speaker should select material that have a language level appropriate, something that will interest the audience, and if the topic is complex make sure to find multiple perspectives and means because everyone learns differently. The speaker should use the internet, library, newspapers, magazines, and personal knowledge in order to create their speech. Now that the speaker knows the topic it is time for them to construct the informative outline. This outline is structured and includes complete sentences and will typically end with a source page. When making the outline a speaker needs to know how to organize the body of an informative speech. first the speaker needs to understand that an informative speech utilize chronological, topical, spatial, comparative, Get more content on
  • 22. Informative Speech On Anxiety At some point in time all of us experience anxiety whether or not it is for a test you stayed up all night studying for and somehow forgot everything you have ever learned since preschool or the case may be more serious. I myself, deal with anxiety on a day to day basis in many ways, at first I thought it wasn't a big deal, but then I started to suffer from physical pain and later found out it was from untreated anxiety. Today, I'm here to convince you that using coping mechanisms and getting help is the right thing to do. Even if you are someone who already knows how to cope or might not have serious cases of anxiety to need to be treated this should persuade you to better understand those who deal with these problems daily and even help then when it is needed. I am going to accomplish all of this by explaining what anxiety actually is, the side effects, and providing important information about the topic. To start us off let's cover the general information about anxiety and the different types that people deal with on a day to day basis. Anxiety is the most common mental illness in the United States affecting forty million adults ages eighteen and older, or 18.1% of the population every year. Along with that anxiety disorders affect 25.1% of children between ages thirteen and eighteen years old, affecting one in eight children. (ADAA: Anxiety and Depression Association) Research also shows that untreated children with anxiety disorders are at higher risk to perform Get more content on
  • 23. Informative Speech On Climate Change Comfort Olaoye COM 231: FJT21 Professor: Megan Summers Topic: Climate Change Specific Purpose: To inform my audience about the growth of climate change worldwide and the source of its cause. Central Idea: To discuss global warming. What is causing it? The effects that it has on theearth and its inhabitants? Address possible solutions to lessen the growth of climate change. According to NASA: "Since the beginning of the Industrial Revolution, the acidity of surface ocean waters has increased by about 30 percent. This increase is the result of humans emitting more carbon dioxide into the atmosphere and hence more being absorbed into the oceans. The amount of carbon dioxide absorbed by the upper layer of the oceans is increasing by more content... Earth's climate is always changing. Many factors can contribute to the cause of changes in Earth's energy. Some changes in climate change are natural. It includes changes in Earth's orbit and the amount of energy coming from the sun. Also, ocean changes and volcanic eruptions are natural causes of climate change. When climate change occurs; there is increase in temperature. When temperature rises, unusual changes occur on Earth. For example, it can result into more floods, droughts, or intense rain, as well as severe heat waves. Oceans and glaciers have also experienced some changes. According to NASA: Sea levels have risen 3 inches and extreme weather in the U.S. has increased by 30 percent. In Greenland and Antarctica, ice sheets have lost 4.9 trillion tons of ice. In addition, human also partake in activities that help destroy the planet. Over the past century global warming trend is also caused by human expansion of the "greenhouse effect"– warming that occurs when the atmosphere traps heat radiating from Earth toward space. Gases in the atmosphere block heat from escaping. This is called the greenhouse effect. However, while greenhouse gases increase, the climate changes and result into effects that is dangerous to human health and ecosystems. The gases that have an influence on the atmosphere are water vapor, carbon dioxide and Get more content on


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