It is not hard to look around the world and see that existing lifeforms change drastically as the temperature changes and some conditions seem to support more forms of life than others. This indicates that certain types of life prefer specific temperatures and as humans we are no different. This is the main reason the topic of global warming is of such great concern to all, or at least, it should be.
Here are 10 examples of exploratory essays on global warming:
Explore the possibility that the contribution of humans to planetary systems is not enough to cause such drastic changes in climate.
Present good evidence to support the idea that humans can take actions that can significantly curb rising average temperatures.
Explore the possible worse case scenarios that can arise if scientists are given free reign to conduct large scale experiments involving changing of Earth’s heat levels and give argument to support or refute this prospect.
Give reason to support the opinion that the changes we observe are simply the earth going through its natural cycle.
Some argue that we have not used enough of the earths fossil fuel reserves to effect the observed changes. Give evidence to support this claim.
Should the population of earth simply relinquish any attempts at changing fate and believe that this is all inevitable?
There is scientific evidence to support the idea that the Earth’s orbit causes changes in the distance from the earth to the sun. Explore the possibility that this is the sole cause of rising temperatures on earth.
Like any other star, the sun changes, and these changes are responsible for the global warming we observe.
Pressure affects the melting point of liquids, give evidence to support the claim that this is the cause of melting icecaps and not rising temperatures.
As time passes, mineral deposits dissolved in the ocean’s waters increase. Explore the possibility that this is the reason the icecaps are melting instead of rising temperatures.