- August 13th, 2012
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There have been many naysayers in the discussion of global warming. Scholars and environmentalists are now acknowledging the existence of it and that human impact plays a major role. The Today in America Terry Bradshaw program explores environmental impact and how it affects the earth, atmosphere and our lives.
Greenhouse gases that trap heat in the atmosphere are called greenhouse gases. These come from air pollution from cars, trucks, and factories. Eighty-four percent of these gasses are derived from carbon dioxide, otherwise known as fossil fuels (coal, natural gas and oil), solid waste, trees and other wood products. If automobiles were made user a cleaner form of energy, there would be less gasses in the atmosphere, and therefore less global warming. This warming is a major cause of the relentless heat wave spread across the country and causing the wide-spread drought and the death of fish and other animals. The drought causes the prices of food to go up because there is not enough in supply to feed the demand.
Today in America with Terry Bradshaw is an original program which is broadcast on regional and national cable television networks. It is hosted by NFL legend Terry Bradshaw who is a Hall of Fame inductee. Bradshaw was the starring quarterback for the Pittsburgh Steelers who helped push the team to its four Super Bowl wins and other league championships. He retired in 1984 and has been a favorite co-host in sports broadcasting for more than 20 years. The educational show covers a diverse range of topics on the environment, plus many more, which the viewer will find fascinating. Read more at todayinamericatv.com.