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Global Warming and the Poor by City Tech blogger Thanbir Ahmed Miah

Global warming is the one of the biggest problems currently humans are facing on the earth. We call that problem global warming because the average temperature of the earth is increasing slowly. Global warming has already started causing problems to poor people. I think 80% of the earth’s population is poor and they will be directly impacted by global warming. I call the people poor because they are the ones who live on their daily income or nearly on their daily income. Poor people will suffer because there will be more, extreme natural disasters, more heat waves, more flooding, more strong hurricanes. When oil production becomes reduced, poor people will suffer more. Their daily life will be become more difficult because they will not find any cheap power sources.

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