In this Fitri I do not forget to say Happy Eid Fitri 1436 H Please Apologize born And Bathin. This paper only shares, quotes about the writings of peoples who explore the challenges of EARTH, as well as the effects of Global Warming that threaten the survival of living things. This paper is just copy paste from the people who diligently write, the kompasioner and wikipedianer (free wikipedia) and others just want to share information and remind again about the importance of planet Earth that just this one, so the house for billions of human beings and other living creatures. Just to remind each other because everything is on the right understanding, their writings can also to remind us all again, so we can more wisely in melola, take care and utilize natural resources that exist in Earth, which is around our environment , Including in our place (Dilembur sarerea in West Bandung regency / KBB) that we love this, mudah2 we can start and continue to move together to share about the green and clean our environment, to the ENVIRONMENTAL LIFE CULTURAL CULTURE. because Earth is the greatest grace given and dititpkan the Creator of God Almighty, Allah SWT for the survival of all living creatures His Creation. Please can inShare jga!
BUMI (From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia)
The Earth is the third planet of the Sun which is the largest and fifth largest planet of the eight planets in the Solar System. Earth is also the largest planet of the four planets of the Earth Solar System. Earth is sometimes called the world or the Blue Planet. 
The Earth was formed about 4.54 billion years ago, and life appeared on its surface in the first billion years.  The Earth's biosphere is slowly changing the atmosphere and other basic physical conditions, allowing the breeding of organisms and the formation of the ozone layer, Earth magnets block harmful solar radiation and allow microscopic living things to breed safely on land.  The physical properties, geological history, and Earth's orbit allow life to survive.
The Earth's lithosphere is divided into rigid segments, or tectonic plates, which have been moving throughout the Earth's surface for millions of years. More than 70% of Earth's surface is covered by water,  and the remainder consists of continents and islands with many lakes and other water sources that contribute to the formation of the hydrosphere. Most of the Earth's poles are covered in ice; solid ice in Antarctic ice sheet and sea ice in polar ice packs. The interior of the Earth remains active, with an inner core composed of solid iron, while the outer core is a fluid that creates a magnetic field, and a relatively thick layer of thickness in the mantle.
The Earth interacts gravitatively with other objects in outer space, especially the Sun and the Moon. When it encircles the Sun in one orbit, the Earth rotates on its axis of 366.26 times, which creates 365.26 solar days or a ciderine year. [Note 7] The Earth's rotation on its axis is 23.4 from the orbital plane, on Earth's surface with a one-year tropical period (365.24 solar days).  The moon is Earth's only natural satellite, which began to orbit Earth about 4.53 billion years ago. The gravitational interaction between the Moon and the Earth stimulates the tide of the sea, stabilizes the axis of the axis, and gradually slows down the Earth's rotation.
Earth is home to millions of living things, including humans.  Earth's mineral resources and other biosphere products contribute to the provision of resources to support the global human population.  Human-inhabited Earth regions are grouped into 200 sovereign states, which interact with each other through diplomacy, travel, trade, and military action.
Global warming (UK: global warming) is a process of increasing the average temperature of the atmosphere, the ocean, and the Earth's land.
The global average temperature on the surface of the Earth has increased by 0.74 0.18 C (1.33 0.32 F) over the last hundred years. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) concludes that "much of the increase in global average temperatures since the mid-20th century is likely to be due to increased concentrations of greenhouse gases due to human activities"  through the greenhouse effect. This basic conclusion has been expressed by at least 30 scientific and academic bodies, including all the national science academies of the G8 nations. However, there are still some scientists who disagree with some of the conclusions put forward by the IPCC.
The climate model as a reference by the IPCC project shows the global surface temperature will increase from 1.1 to 6.4 C (2.0 to 11.5 F) between 1990 and 2100.  The difference in estimates is due to the use of scenariosIncreased global temperatures are expected to cause other changes such as rising sea levels, increased intensity of extreme weather phenomena,  as well as changes in the number and pattern of precipitation. Other consequences of global warming are the healing of agricultural produce, the disappearance of glaciers, and the extinction of various species of animals.
Some of the things that scientists still doubt about is the expected amount of warming in the future, and how the warming and the changes that occur will vary from region to region. Until now there is still a political and public debate in the world about what, if any, action needs to be taken to reduce or reverse further warming or to adapt to the consequences. Most governments of the world have signed and ratified the Kyoto Protocol, leading to a reduction of greenhouse gas emissions.
8 Hazards of Global Warming Threatening Life (informasitips.com)
We all know that recent climatic conditions are increasingly uncertain. The long dry season is super dasyat we just passed, changing with the rain so swiftly that the resulting flood disaster everywhere. It's all the result of global warming.
Global warming is becoming an issue that is getting more and more days to get serious attention. If we do not want the balance of ecosystems disturbed, we should all keep our earth to the effect of global warming is not widespread.
What are the impacts and dangers of life-threatening global warming?
Ice melts almost everywhere in the world
This will make the volume of sea water increases, consequently sea water will spill into the mainland. Those who live close to the sea are most affected by this.
Sea temperature increases
What happens if the seawater gets warmer? That will happen just like the first point above, ie the volume of sea water increases. If both occur simultaneously, then the sea water will increasingly spill the land.
More storms will occur
This is much raised by the researchers. They say that global warming will significantly increase the frequency of storm events.
Extraordinary crop failure
Global warming will also affect the overall climate conditions. As a result, the plant life cycle was disrupted, including food crops. If that happens, it's not impossible that a famine will happen to us. Do not get me
Many species, be it flora and fauna, will become extinct
This is evidenced by the researchers. They say that until many species will become extinct, then the survival of humans will also be threatened, because we can not live alone on this Earth without the help of other species.Coral reefs disappear
The World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) says that in the worst conditions, global warming could lead to coral reef populations disappearing. It is estimated that it could happen in the year 2100 associated with rising temperatures and acidity levels of the oceans. Now, the impact on coral reefs is already visible. Many coral reefs are bleaching or bleaching. If coral reefs collapse (disappear), then the marine ecosystem will be disrupted. Many flora and fauna of the sea that will be threatened with extinction.
Clean water crisis
This will certainly threaten humans directly, since clean water is a primary need for life.
Outbreaks of disease spread
Malaria is allegedly going to increase the incidence in line with the occurrence of global pemansan.