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My take on Climate Change By A City Tech Blogger


In the recent decade, I personally observed that temperatures started to get warmer and the winter season isn’t as cold as it once was. There have usual changes in temperature such as temperatures normally near zero degrees in the wintertime being in the twenties and thirties. In the Spring time, I normally wake up to the cool breeze as oxygen enters my lungs, filling them with this fresh, cozy, and comfortable sensation that makes me want to fall asleep in the same place where you’re standing. However, in the recent Spring season, I felt the summer heat of the sun embracing my skin with a very, very warm eleven thirty A.M. kiss, under a seven o’clock morning sky view. The air feels thick, clothes on my back feel heavy and uncomfortable, and I can predict how bad of a day I’m going to have, and how every little single thing is going to get on my last nerve that day. In other words, climate change has had a drastic change in the Earth’s atmosphere. The events of climate change ranging from temperature and seasonal changes  do not occur overnight. The changes in our environment have built up over time, seemingly going unnoticed. In my opinion, you can stop changes on our environment by slowly contributing to addressing and fixing the problem, but the strategy may have consequences that we are not prepared for.

The million- dollar question remains “ What can the world do in response to the threat of climate change?” In my opinion, the answer to this question would be “NOTHING.” I truly believe that the effects of climate change is permanent and there is very little we can do to reverse these changes. The problem has been caused by decades and decades of human influence. We could have found a solution to this problem a long time ago but rather it has gone unnoticed till now. The world overlooked this issue despite journalists talking about on television and radios. History has a tendency to repeat itself and the world is repeating the same actions from years prior.

In conclusion, it is safe to say, until we stop talking about it into an infinite void, and get up, to actually find a solution to it! We are already doomed

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  1. Reading your blog reminded me of when I use to go to middle school and had to wear my coat in the morning because it was freezing. However, when I was getting out of school wearing my coat was unnecessary because the temperature changed drastically. I use to be able to comfortably walk around with just by sweater on. I also agree that temperatures started to get warmer and the winter season isn’t as cold as it once was. I recall years back we use to have serious snow storms, and we would be able to stay home from school because it was too dangerous to drive during such weather conditions. Now that I think about during highschool it was extremely rare to have such extreme snow days or snow storms that we would be permitted to stay home from school because of the weather conditions. During April this year, we had a few days where the temperature was abnormally high. Usually during April the temperature does not reach on average 80 to 85 degrees. However, this year shockingly the temperature reaches up to 80 degrees. I also agree with your perspective that climate change has had a drastic change in the Earths atmosphere. The events of climate change ranging from temperature and seasonal changes do not occur overnight. Although, taking steps to contribute addressing the issue of climate change is important. I truly hope that one day our communities come together and become aware of the threat our planet faces.

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