Apparently, the global warming theory is surrounded by controversy. This being said, a web research of the information and arguments relating to global warming was performed. The results of the web research suggest that global warming is a myth rather than reality, and the press coverage of global warming in the U. distracts public attention from the scientific evidence, which denies the existence of the global warming phenomenon.There are different points, which can position global warming as a fake. For example, the discussion about the gap in the ozone layer or inability of the Earth to deal with the growing number of gas emissions and many other concurrent factors witnessing inconsistency of global warming potential occurrence. Very often, media informs public about a false portrayal of global warming. In accordance with the research of 90s, only 13% of scientists believed in the phenomenon of the global warming.Moreover, even signing by many countries of Kyoto protocol did not imply the countries’ compliance with the points of the Protocol. Another perverted vision of global warming is the point that global warming intensifies the process of plants growing. Still, there is a need to focus on facts, which may be hazardous for ecosystems and agricultural sectors of different countries and discuss the issue of global warming with respect to these points. It is also relevant to note that theory of global warming is considered to be full of errors and is often positioned as a fake science. The industrial activity of humankind does not lead to climate change, but a growing number of bureaucrats propose new taxes in order to gain profits around the issue of global warming (McFarland, 2009). From this perspective, global warming is the result of an intentional plan of bureaucrats to raise more money intimidating the global society.Rodenhouse, Christenson, Parry, Green (2009) in their research project refer to a possibility of global warming and its impact on mammals, birds and other forest inhabitants in the Northeastern America. Global warming is presented as a hazard exerting a negative influence on food distribution in the forest. There is a need to combine natural factors of global warming mitigation and anthropogenic drivers (Rodenhouse, Christenson, Parry, Green, 2009).An
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