Annotation Paper – Global Warming
Annotation Project and Informative Essay
Alina, B. (2017). Causes of Global Warming. Live Science2. Retrieved from https://www.livescience.com/37152-global-warming-causes.html
This article explains the causes of global warming on the planet earth. In Alina Bradford’s article, the world’s climate has been changing since the beginning of Industrial Revolution in the late 1700s in an unprecedented and rapid way. Studies on data obtained from geological records and ice core samples show a continuous state of flux on the earth’s climate change. Other researches by NASA reveal that the earth’s temperature has approximately increased two times the rate at which it was 50 years ago. The ideas of these authors are common, thus making Alina’s source more credible in analyzing this topic.
According to Alina Bradford’s article, earth’s climate change has been increasing from one year to the next. The researcher argues that since 1880, the average global temperature has increased by 1.4 degrees Fahrenheit. In this study, global….Show More Content….
Rice, D. (2018). UN report: ‘Unprecedented changes’ needed to protect Earth from global warming. USA Today. Retrieved from https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/2018/10/07/global-warming-earth-nears-tipping-point-climate-change/1562253002/
In Doyle Rice’s UN report, fossil fuel consumption must be reduced quickly by the world economies while at the same juncture advancing the use of clean and efficient energy. This UN report was released in South Korea by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). In this report, rapid, unprecedented, and far-reaching changes in all societal aspects are needed to curb the deadly effects of global warming. Studies by Doyle Rice suggest that the strategies of reducing fossil fuel consumption and increasing clean and efficient energy usage must get initiated and properly monitored in the next 20 years. Annotation Paper – Global Warming
In this article, Doyle Rice argues that there are unprecedented changes required in order to protect the earth from global warming. In his studies, the burning of fossil fuels such as coal, gas, and oil releases greenhouse gases such as carbon (II) oxide which cause global warming. He further….Show More Content….
Piloting Shortages in the United States of America
The national security of the U.S relies on a healthy airline sector whose success is defined by modern and reliable airplanes- and experienced pilots to operate. But, the U.S is currently experiencing pilots’ shortages particularly at the regional airline levels. In reference to the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), America had approximately 827,000 pilots in 1987. Statistical research by (Peter, 2018) shows that the number of pilots in the U.S decreased by 30 percent in the next three decades since 1987. Today, demand for air travel has tremendously increased in the United States. According to predictions by the International Air Transport Association (IATA), demand for air travel will double over the next two decades. Economically, this mismatch represents a class case of high demand and low supply in the U.S (Peter, 2018). As a result of the mismatch, a perfect storm has been created and potentially could cause havoc to USA’s airline sector if not controlled.
In his studies (Peter, 2018) researched the major causes of….Show More Content….