The inherent nature present for many, to act in a certain way at a specific given point(s) in time. The actions taken, which in turn, enable the opportunity for living longer and also, more prosperous. In terms of the proponents of the existence of global warming, they seek to rely heavily upon the principle that, with these behaviors taken by those who reside on the planet, they have in turn placed the planet on a downward spiral of increased peril as its potential resolution.
To seek the best possible resolution to the consideration of the global warming issue, it would be best to assess the impact of human nature, whatever it would be, upon the continued increase of heating that the earth has seen in recent decades. As for the definition of human nature, it is described as being the, " .. range of human behaviour that is believed to be invariant across long periods of time and across very different cultural contexts. Sometimes debate on this subject is phrased as the quarrel over 'nature versus nurture', but that phrase can be misleading," ("Human nature", p.1). The very behaviors that have left many of those in the scientific field, feeling as if the internal cause and motivator of global warming, has in fact been the behaviors exhibited and the inherent nature of human being themselves over periods of time.
Many scientists, as well as global warming sympathizers, have sought to amplify what they feel to be a considerable problem, in terms of the prolonged health of the planet. Questioning the planet's ability to sustain life, whether it is human, plant, or animal, as generations come and go. In this example, "The planet is warming, humans are mostly to blame and plants and animals are going to dramatic lengths to cope. That's the consensus of a number of recent studies that used wildlife to gauge the extent of global warming and its effects," (Than, 2005). As the author asserts, the widespread argument made amongst many, has long sense been that, as it comes to global warming, human beings truly are in fact to blame. For the very things that they utilize throughout their daily lives, in reality, have in fact contributed to the great peril that the planet may find for itself sooner rather than later.
The changes to be seen are heavily debated amongst the experts in the field, along with those who seek to make themselves a part of the greater discussion. Such changes, according to Ker Than, would include:
Marmots end their hibernations about three weeks earlier now compared to 30 years ago.
Polar bears today are thinner and less healthy than those of 20 years ago.
Many fish species are moving northward in search of cooler waters.
A fruitfly gene normally associated with hot, dry conditions has spread to populations living in traditionally cooler southern regions.
The institution of solutions for this debate, have been great in number, thus incurring the considerable debate that would come with their suggestion. Many of those who have taken part in the discussion have felt as if their proposed resolutions to the greater issue have held the strongest potential for actual success. As for these solutions, "The evidence that humans are causing global warming is strong, but the question of what to do about it remains controversial. Economics, sociology, and