How can we control the globle warming?

To increse the Ozone layer or to protect the ozone layer?

Global warming is the observed increase in the average temperature of the Earth's atmosphere and oceans in recent decades and its projected continuation. Models referenced by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) predict that global temperatures are likely to increase by 1.1 to 6.4 °C (2.0 to 11.5 °F) between 1990 and 2100.[1] The uncertainty in this range results from two factors: differing future greenhouse gas emission scenarios, and uncertainties regarding climate sensitivity.

Global average near-surface atmospheric temperature rose 0.74 ± 0.18 °Celsius (1.3 ± 0.32 °Fahrenheit) in the last century. The prevailing scientific opinion on climate change is that "most of the observed increase in globally averaged temperatures since the mid-20th century is very likely due to the observed increase in anthropogenic greenhouse gas concentrations,"[1] which leads to warming of the surface and lower atmosphere by increasing the greenhouse effect. Greenhouse gases are released by activities such as the burning of fossil fuels, land clearing, and agriculture. Other phenomena such as solar variation and volcanoes have had smaller but non-negligible effects on global mean temperature since 1950.[2] A few scientists disagree about the primary causes of the observed warming.

An increase in global temperatures can in turn cause other changes, including a rising sea level and changes in the amount and pattern of precipitation. These changes may increase the frequency and intensity of extreme weather events, such as floods, droughts, heat waves, hurricanes, and tornados. Other consequences include higher or lower agricultural yields, glacier retreat, reduced summer streamflows, species extinctions and increases in the ranges of disease vectors. Warming is expected to affect the number and magnitude of these events; however, it is difficult to connect particular events to global warming. Although most studies focus on the period up to 2100, even if no further greenhouse gases were released after this date, warming (and sea level) would be expected to continue to rise for more than a millennium, since carbon dioxide (CO2) has a long average atmospheric lifetime.

Remaining scientific uncertainties include the exact degree of climate change expected in the future, and especially how changes will vary from region to region across the globe. A hotly contested political and public debate also has yet to be resolved, regarding whether anything should be done, and what could be cost-effectively done to reduce or reverse future warming, or to deal with the expected consequences. Most national governments have signed and ratified the Kyoto Protocol aimed at combating global warming.
we can control it by both, but right now it is not fast on how we fix the ozone, the best solution is to stop ALL lighthouse gases, make materials that attract Carbon Dioxide and deflect some of the sun's heat
Plant trees wherever possible. this will be useful in several ways.
1) It will reflect most of the light fallen on the leaves
2) it will fix CO2
3) maintains water cycle
many ways
You can't. The best and, indeed ONLY, thing we can do is nothing. Just set back and enjoy it. It will change back on it's own in a few years anyway. It always has and always will no matter how much anyone worries about it.
Oh my! Whatever did we do when there WASN'T an ozone layer up there?? NOTHING!
By living natural,eating natural,wearing natural.
the ozone layer
is far away
here are some closer concerns and possible solutions

Is global warming a man-made menace?

not all there are natural cycles in the planets life
but a lot is influenced by mans existance ,and this is increasing with overpopulation,putting strains on Natural resources and increasing contaminations as well as destructions of essential componants the ensure living conditions for all life forms

some home truths

politicians and scientists who work for politicians have downplayed the facts because solutions are expensive and means change and change effects many people income,and most of the world is kept in the dark of the real things that are going on.

in North Africa,India,Mexico ,millions of people are effected by land loss and desertification

in recent times thousands of people have died because of exessive heat,usually old India ,Mexico and France,
deforestation causing desertification,the desert conditions causing very cold nights and scorching hot days

in china, thousands of what used to be farmers are running for their lives from the dust storms that have burried their towns and turned their lands into dessert,the globe where they were got to hot for them .
and instead of producing food they are now needing it from some where else,and they will drastically effect the world food prices when they start buying water in the form of grains ,at any cost destabalising governments, in some countries ,could be the result
(are you seeing more Chinese around interested in agricultural lands ,we do here in Mexico)

,the Sahara is growing by 7 kilometers a year
and all of the desserts we know are a results of mans actions ,and they are increasing ,not getting less ,in the dinosaurs days ,there were no desserts.

collectively this planet is drying up because of bad farming practices like,over grazing and fertilizers,

as far as the food production is concerned, Global warming or some of its effects are serious,rising seas result in landloss

each degree rise in temperature means 10%crop loss

more landloss because of desertification every year,we have less areble land to produce food ,for an extra 70 million people ,

and there is less and less water (because of deforestation),to irrigate this production ,
and there are less and less farmers to do it..
who are overpumping deep carbon aquifiers
who are plowing more and more unstable lands because they have lost so many million hectares to desertification ,
because of bad farming practises ,such as using fertilizers and heavy machinary or over grazing

The northpole is melting ,and we will know it without ice in our life times.
this does not affect the sea level because it is ice that is already in the water.but the melting ice from Green land and the south pole ,are another matter.

Global warming is in theory reversable,but it will mean global co operation between all countries ,and taking into account human nature and the world politics ,it is unlikely that this will happen,

At least not untill we are all in the middle of planetary disastres and it becomes a battle for the survival of humanity every where.

if you want to help the planet ,plant a tree every week ,if everyone on the planet did we we would be able to reverse the destructive processes

reduce carbon emisions,and they are already working on that by alternative forms of energy and regulations on carbon producing materials,aerosol cans,burning rubbish,industrial chimneys,powerplants etc.

the capture of carbon and the production of water and assist the aquiferous manta.

the world bank pays large subsidies for reforrestation to capture carbon and the best tree for this is the Pawlonia

Waterharvesting projects ,such as millions of small redirect over ground waterflows from the rains into the ground to supply subteranian water supplies.

the protection of existing forrests.

stop building more highways,urban planning to include vegetation stop building cities encourage people to return to the land to conduct their business from there which now has become possible thanks to the internet.

education to motivate people to auto sufficiency by building more home food gardens.

education on environmental awareness
education on family planning to curb over´populaion

Agricultural education and improvements to follow the principals or sustainability and soil management.

more environmental or land ,design to prevent bush fires,such as--fire breaks

,more dams.regulations and control for public behaviour

alternative effeciant public transport to discourage the use of the internal conbustion engine

recicling wastes,limit water use

i am a Permaculture Consultant for the department of Ecology for the regional government in Guerrero Mexico

Source(s) Lester E Brown is the director and founder of the global institute of Environment in the United states .he has compiled a report based on all the satalite information available from NASA,and all the information that has
come from Universities and American embassies WORLD WIDE ,
his little book--a planet under stress , Plan B has been trans lated into 50 languages and won the best book award in 2003.
It seems that global warming is too far gone. Even if we did everything we should be doing to control it, it would take hundreds of years to see any effects. We're too selfish to do anything about it for our great great great grandchidren

One of the ways we can help control global warming is to stop using fossil fuels, but do you think oil companies want to hear any of that talk? Oil companies are extremely powerful over government and the rest of society.

And are you ready to give up your addiction to oil? While situations may change in the future as it gets scarce, oil has been a very inexpensive way to provide many comforts of modern life.

Remember crude oil is where that laptop or desktop computer came from that you're using to participate in this board.

Oil is where that hair gel you stick in your mohawk every morning came from.

Oil is where that jacket came from that you use to keep you warm during one of the most horrible winters the U.S.A. has ever seen (polyester).

Oil is what is put in lipstick to help make your girlfriend look beautiful.

Oil is what carpets are made from.

Our comforts in life that originate from crude oil (dead dinosaurs, plants, animal and insect decay) are almost infinite.
To protect the ozone layer we can go back to live in villages, it is not possible for all, so we have to find ways to increase the ozone layer. reducing of cutting trees,,growing more trees reducing pollution of air having awakeness in society by giving educational classes putting fine and penalty on doing against
As per NASA suggestions-
1. Spray dust in Stratosphere it will cut off heat by reflecting it back.
2. More iron should be used in ship building so Fe oxidation will take place in ocean that will help in growth of phytoplanktons which absorb carbon dioxide and sunlight.
3. Microwaves will be used in the stratosphere.
Let me give you a very rapid solution to the problem. Erupt a volcano! And a massive one, at that. Volcanoes have, in the past been found to bring down global temperatures drastically because of the dust that they give out. This can be done by weakening a fault in the earth's crust, causing a volcano. Just a few degrees down should last us another decade or so, till then we can think of some more permanent solution. To know more about the cooling effects of volcanoes, go to
Make sure you read the whole page.
by decreasing pollution.
by increasing population of flora and fauna.
by decreasing human population
not using harmful substances such that of chlorofluoro carbon...

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