Though the extent of each person’s contribution varies widely, I would have to say that every person does in fact contribute to global warming. Every person breathes, meaning they are exhaling carbon dioxide into the air. And though more primitively-living tribes may not drive cars or live in electricity-powered homes, they still make fires, cut down forests, possibly raise cattle or rice bogs that emit methane. As with all things in life, it is the excess that causes problems.
Not necessarily everyone contributes to global warming. It is true that some pollute more than others due to lifestyle, but many people living in rural areas or third world countries do not have the opportunity to release many emissions contributing to global warming. There are many people in the world who have taken steps to make a negative impact on global warming, meaning they reduce global warming slightly instead of contributing to it.
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