Industrialization, which picked up drastically in the 19th century, is the key factor that has increased the impacts of global warming (Maslin, 2007).
Some scientists have argued that global warming stopped the moment increase of anthropogenic carbon dioxide into the atmosphere seized being the cause of the warming. These scientists argue that the activities thereafter are a mere continuation of the natural cycles in the previous years (Maslin, 2007).
The scientific point of view towards global warming causes has become questionable for the past couple of years. This is mainly because of the contradicting effects that have occurred. For instance, the fact that global warming occurs due to emission of excess carbon dioxide is questionable, since global warming effects have occurred in countries with low industrialization activities (Maslin, 2007).
Most of the G8 countries have come out strongly in campaigns to eradicate effects of global warming through the enactment of legislation that control emission of gases into the air. Governments have even put aside resources in national budgets specifically to control global warming and its effects (Maslin, 2007).
Scientists are still looking for solutions to controlling global warming, since, despite implementing some of the suggestions, the world has still experienced massive impacts of global warming (Maslin, 2007).
In the present world, the percentage of global warming from man-made emissions exceeds that form solar activity. This calls for the need for governments to control emissions by all means available to them (Maslin, 2007).
Global warming is a world crisis that needs the willingness of all individuals to control it. Unless all countries come together in the war against the effects of global warming, the world should be ready to suffer from many other attacks form the environmental