Discuss Slowing Down Global Warming. Slowing Down Global Warming
Please answer the following main discussion questions.
Main Discussion Question: As Hite and Seitz (2016) discuss in Chapter 5: Climate Change, reputable scientific studies continue to show that the Earth is warming at an unsustainable rate because of a rise in the release of CO2 and methane gases. These chapters are provided in the EChapter section of the Course Homepage: Please answer the following the following questions:
Task 1) What is the relationship between population increase and climate change?
Task 2) Discuss possible benefits and/or negative consequences of intentional governmental control of an individual or couple’s decision to have children.
Task 3) Review the posts of your classmates and respond to at least one other post, offering a substantive comment on that classmate’s position on the issue(s).
Classmates Post for response:
Hello class and Professor.
Task1). What is the relationship between population increase and climate change?
Every additional person increases carbon emissions the rich far more than the poor and increases the number of climate change victims the poor far richer climate change is a long-term change in the average weather patterns that have come to define Earths local, regional, and global climates. The population can be linked through adaptation reducing vulnerability to the adverse effects of climate change.
Task2). Discuss possible benefits and/or negative consequences of international governmental control of an individual or couple’s decision to have children.
The negatives include accelerating population aging the skewed sex ratio and the decline in the working-age population which would threaten economic growth moreover in 1980 the government had pledged that the one-child policy would last for just one generation so the change was overdue. The policy has been beneficial in terms of curbing population growth aiding economic growth and improving the health and welfare of women and children on the negative side there are concerns about demographic and sex imbalance and the psychological effects for a generation of only children in the cities.