Do You Believe In Climate Change?

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Graph Showing The Increase Of Climate Change

Let me ask you, do you believe climate change is real? Well, I’m here to tell you that climate change is taking place right now. First, do you know the reason for climate change? Climate change is mostly caused by human activities. This is because in today’s era more trees are being cut down and are being replaced by buildings, mostly factories. These factories being built can produce carbon dioxide,
which leads to global warming. Global warming is a gradual increase in the overall temperature of the earth’s atmosphere generally attributed to the greenhouse effect caused by increased levels of carbon dioxide. Global warming greatly affects climate change. Since the increase in global warming increases the overall heat in the world, leading to climates changing at an unpredictable rate. And there are many things on earth that show climate change taking place. For example, the ice on earth has started to melt at a faster rate. Which has led to areas like Antarctica and Alaska increase in sea-level rise. And the animals that live in those areas have fewer homes to live in. Which might even lead to them becoming extinct. According to a recent report by the University of Colorado State, “Antarctica is changing dramatically, with global consequences.” They also talk about how climate change in the Antarctic can cause billions of people living near a body of water from coastal flooding. Another example, according to NASA’s recent report, they stated, “current warming trend is different because it is clearly the result of human activities.” This further proves the point that climate change is caused by human activities. And we can stop this climate change if we reduce the number of human activities going on. Although, reducing human activities may result in decreasing society activity in general. If it means that we can live in a safer environment. Let’s all try to reduce carbon dioxide in the air. For example, driving less, not smoking, and not burning objects Also, let us all come together to make Earth a safer place to live.
NASA. (2022, August 23). Climate change evidence: How do we know? NASA. Retrieved September 13, 2022, from https://climate.nasa.gov/evidence/