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Accepting Climate Change by City Tech Ahmadou Barry

Climate change is one the biggest problems that faces the entire globe. But because of political, social, cultural, religious and economic views many people don’t believed climate change is an issue that will affect future generations to come, impacting their life and the environment.

Even though there is so much scientifically proven evidence that climate change is real, there are people who still refuse to accept it. On the other hand a lot of people here in this country have become more conscientious about this reality; that’s why the last global climate change summit in France took a major step to reduce the CO2 in the atmosphere. For me, taking that big step is just the beginning. I know that we still have a lot to do in the upcoming years to fight climate change

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