POLLUTION, FOSSIAL FUEL, AND POPULATION( GLOBAL WARMING)
We are the world
Global warming is happening all over the world?! Most people dont think that is a major problem, but it is. The main causes are pollution, burning fossial fuel, and population.
Pollution is easy to stop or at least slow it down. RECYLCING. Everyone should take a step and start recyling in your homes. Also use less water,turn off the water when you brush your teeth. Take showers and not baths.
Burning Fossial Fuel is a major one cause that is decreasing the ozone layer by alot. The ozone layer helps protect us from the suns hot rays. When factories burn this fuel it decreases it which cause the world to heat up and that cause problems here on earth...
Population is the last one. Now that there is alot of people in this world more the 5 billion people that means more cars and less food. ALso the over use of water.
STOP AND TAKE ALOOK AROUND YOU>>>
DO SOMEHING TO SAVE OUR EARTH.Barry's Response
- Let's do something, no matter what. To gain knowledge, take a college course, poke around on wikipedia or Yahoo Answers. There are also facebook pages and groups about global warming. There's a lot of information out there - some of it good, and you'll learn how to tell if you keep reading.
Here is a good primer on global warming
on this website. Global warming is covered in depth, including how it affects the environment, the economy, and the health of people and animals around the world.
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Humans are capable of adapting to changing circumstances, but it is essential to understand the severity of global warming and its potential consequences.
A global warming is described as a long-term rise in Earth's average temperature caused by human activities that release greenhouse gases. Global warming may have far-reaching effects on our lives and the environment. We're forecasting rising sea levels, more frequent and intense heatwaves, extreme weather events, ecosystem disruptions, and biodiversity threats.
It's important to remember that adaptation alone may not be enough to deal with climate change. Mitigating global warming's causes is equally important. We can minimize global warming by reducing greenhouse gas emissions,
switching to renewable energy sources and really efficient ones such as nuclear power, promoting sustainable practices, and protecting natural resources.
Additionally, addressing global warming requires global action. We all have a role to play in mitigating and adapting to climate change. We can help our planet and future generations by raising awareness, supporting scientific research, and making sustainable choices.
Adaptation is part of the solution, but addressing the root causes of global warming is crucial too. We can make the planet and ourselves more sustainable and resilient by working together.