Social Sciences: Forest Fires


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Essay #: 065398
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The beginning:
Social Sciences: Forest Fires
Issue or topic (concise statement of the problem)
There is a growing sense that the nature of forest fires has changed over the past several years as the climate warms and as the country enters into a period wherein warmer temperatures are going to begin wreaking havoc on the natural world. This issue matters to Canadians because such forest fires could end up leading to more devastating implications for the ecosystem and to a situation wherein wildlife and organic beings are stripped of the capacity to find appropriate shelter for growth, protection and nourishment.
The reality is that Canada’s climate is changing and more and more forest fires are resulting from this. As it stands, wildfire...
The end: on anthropogenic climate change.
Works Cited
Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. (2010). Wildfires burn deep. Retrieved December 15, 2010 from
Canadian Council of Forest Ministers. (2005). Canadian wildland fire strategy: a vision for an innovative and integrated approach to managing the risks. Edmonton: Canadian Council of Forest Ministers.
Running, S. (2006). Is global warming cause more, larger, fires? Science, 313(5789): 927-928.
Williams, D. (2007, October 25). Warmer temperatures tied to wildfires, scientists say. Retrieved December 15, 2010 from