As shown in the table above,the levels

As shown in the table above,the levels of these two gases are increasing rapidly over the years.It shows how the measurements of the ice from antarctica which are the green lines ixed with the direct atmospheric measurements which are the blue lines show rise of both gases over time.Today,as we are seeing,rapid warmness is very unusual to our planet.Some of the factors that have an influence on climate change naturally are volcanic eruptions and variation is solar raditaion.To start with,volcanic eruptions can have a huge impact in affecting climate change.This is because when the volcano erupts,it not only spews out lava and ash but also releases small particles made out of sulphur dioxide into the atmosphere.These particles then get to the stratosphere which is the layer of the planet’s atmosphere above the troposphere and reflects solar radiation back to space.Secondly,despite the fact that the total amount of solar radiation varies by very small amounts,it still has an effect on climate change.The  heat released by the sun varies by about 1.3Wm2.This change is however related to the number of sunspots.Sunspots are more cooler and darker on the sun’s surface.They are formed where an intensive magnetic field weakens the flow of gases that transfer heat energy from the sun’s inner. Scientists say that approximately every eleven years the number of sunspots changes from being a maximum number to a minimum number.Additionally,the sun releases a bit more radiation during active periods of sunspots.This is because the spots are extinguishing heat which then flows to surrounding areas causing these areas to be brighter than usual,radiating more heat.It is also stated that while more sunspots may be a contribution to warmer climate,less spots appear to be related to a cooler climate.They cause global temperatures to rise due to the heat they deliver. Climate change did not start happening recently it also happened during important periods like the ice age.Our climate has naturally changed over the 650,000 years.Ice ages were formed by a combination of ocean circulation,gases and changes in solar output.Scientists investigate  how climate has changed during these period of times by investigating ice cores drilled from places like antarctica and greenland.These ice cores have shown similar connections such as rising temperatures and carbon dioxide to regular variations to the earth’s orbit around the sun.During the last ice age,over 20 extreme climate shifts occurred that are very important in record around the northern atlantic area.This differs from the interglacial or glacial cycles that probably do not include the  large changes in global average temperature.The changes are neither by chance in greenland and antarctica nor are they in the opposite direction in the  south and north atlantic.This therefore means that a major change in global radiation balance would not have  been needed to change these shifts only a rearrangement of energy within the climatic system would have been successful.There is  good evidence that changes in ocean circulation and  heat transportation can explain many features of these immediate events.In conclusion,I think we all humans need to take part to at least try and stop global warming and other effects on climate change.If the earth’s temperatures continue to increase and rise,there will be nothing left in the future.Living things on our planet would die and become extinct due to the extremely high temperatures.If we humans volunteer to contribute contro, global warming,earth would be much ore cooler and high temperatures increasing would decrease.Therefore,if everybody tries to do something for example plant more trees and reduce burning fossil fuels,carbon dioxide would decrease instead of increase.We should all unite and try to stop most of the climate changes that are happening so this would could be a much safer place to live on.