WE ARE THE CHANGE!!!
I think that was a great article!!! Hi, I'm 13, by the way. I'm in the Energy and Environment Club in my school and they're teaching us that there's actually a lot we can do to prevent global warming.
It doesn't really matter if you're 8 or 78! All of us just have to do our own part. Recycle, plant a tree...You know what I mean. I heard this song yesterday and I'd like to quote it in this message: WE ARE THE CHANGE!!!Barry's Response
- Each new generation comes up with innovative strategies for solving the problems the previous one struggled with. This is the way it has always been and we call it progress.
I'm looking forward to seeing the solutions offered by "this year's crop."
Computer models have been used to determine whether scientists have reason to believe future generations have much to worry about. They incorporate elements of atmospheric physics, chemistry and other sciences
to arrive at reasonable outcomes.
Some model runs that do not include any additional greenhouse gases added by mankind, instead they examine the long-term after effects of the gases
released so far, which may include additional gas currently trapped in oceans and permafrost to be released.
Other runs assume business as usual and emissions are not reduced. The range of average temperature increases predicted by nine of the these modelling scenarios is and additional 2 to 5°C by the year 2100. All show a (roughly) accelerating increase over the next 40 years or so and linear increase after that. This compares with observed data showing values increasing in the range of 0.6 to 0.9 °C over the last hundred years.Search
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