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I Intro Pollution releases 60 millions tons of CO2 per day Thats 850 billions tons per century The number of cars will double by the year 2030 The US releases about 40000 pounds of carbon dioxide per person each year Think about a constant heat wave Always having to be cautious about having heat stroke or having a heart attack or anything else caused by heat What about having to move from your home because the heat is unbearable There are things we can do to at least slow down the process of global warming and yes this is something that will require immediate attention II Body The atmosphere has always contained carbon dioxide methane and nitrous oxide These gases--together with water vapor--create the natural greenhouse effect They trap some of the suns energy and keep the Earth warm enough to sustain life By increasing some of these heat-trapping gases--and adding new ones--we intensify the natural greenhouse effect and further warm the atmosphere Several plans are being discussed in Congress having to do with this issue First is the fuel efficiency and standards issue A new type of fuel called ethanol According to the Department of Energys Argonne National Laboratory ethanol fuels reduce greenhouse gases that cause global warming by approximately 40 percent This would mean that all fuel distributed would be used at maximum efficiency When Al Gore talked about cutting taxes he mentioned that the programs that would lose the money would be the programs such as the ones for developing better technology on cars that use fuel to its maximum efficiency It would be moronic to remove funding from much need projects such as this Another issue is enforcing an air quality standard By doing this the amount of Co2 released into the air will be greatly reduced This would help the Ozone layer and overall slow
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