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In recent years, human life has brought many negative effects on the climate and on nature. Carbon dioxide emissions have caused temperature rise and sea level rise. Animals and plants living in isolation on islands are facing unprecedented challenges. Arctic icebergs have melted and animals have lost their homes. The frequent occurrence of extreme weather such as tropical storms and hurricanes will severely endangered infrastructure and threaten human life; high temperature and extreme weather are often accompanied by natural disasters such as droughts and floods, which have a serious impact on agriculture. In addition, due to global warming, the spread of many infectious diseases caused by insects, food and water will expand, threatening human health.

People have gradually become aware of the importance of protecting our environmental and reducing carbon dioxide emissions is the main goal. Using coal and other fossil fuels as a fuel leads to excessive carbon dioxide emissions, which is one of the main reasons for global warming. People in China have begun to look for an alternative to coal to be a new type of energy. The industry has gradually emerged, new energy power plants, new energy vehicles have followed one after another, and we should also start with ourselves to save energy and reduce emissions, reduce unnecessary waste, so as to control the greenhouse effect and make the planet a better place.

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