‘IU1010’-HOT HOTTER HOTTEST: EARTH IS RUNNING OUT OF TIME

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The industrial revolution which started in 1875 changed weather conditions. The industrialization and the increasing population density are forcing governments to consume more fossil fuels which is affecting the earth’s temperature.  Its effects are gradually increasing every year.

Causes of Global Warming

The main cause of global warming is the sun and Carbon pollution. Planet is getting hotter, increasing the chances of weather disasters, drought and flood and hurting our health.

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EFFECTS

The intersection of the climate zone will destroy both the plantation and the animal life. Global warming also changes economical impacts. As natural disasters and contagious diseases will increase. Ice is melting and raise in sea level is also caused due to global warming.

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It’s time to listen – and take action. There’s plenty we can do.

There are solutions. For starters, we can cut carbon pollution by reducing our dependence on fossil fuels and increasing our use of clean, renewable energy. And we can implement policies that help us prepare for flooding, drought, storms and other consequences of climate change.

20% of the energy consumed in the households are for heating the water. Using the solar energy will save from electric energy. If every family saves up 3 C for 24 hrs, it means saving up 11.100 gallons of petroleum.

Personal Responsibilities

 Reserve renewable energy sources.
·Prefer public transportation.
·Use unleaded petroleum to decrease the air pollution.
·Choose ozone friendly deodorants to avoid the increase of greenhouse gases.
·Be conscious about the damages of using PVC material.
·Plant more trees to reduce the effects of erosion.
·Assist other people for a conscious society.

·Economise the consumption of electricity and water.

We must act now to spur the adoption of cleaner energy sources at home and abroad.

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