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My Take on Climate Change by City Tech Blogger Joshuri Ginyard

Climate changes are anthropogenic changes which are imposed on nature’s systems by humans. After watching climate change become more and more visible, I realized it’s a long and lasting version of Hunger Games for the animals, which is the worst part about it. Since the Arctic is melting, the animals living in that region are not going to have a home, and now in places like the United States, the animals are struggling. Not all of the animals are struggling. The ticks and other parasites are thriving off of the chaos since they are surviving the winter. The changing temperatures are causing the animals to migrate in search for new places to live. Another way that I see climate change is the projected aftermath of how careless the human race is, especially how the military produces the most carbon dioxide. Most of the citizens don’t really care about the earth, and the tolls of climate change have already hit us. For example, this summer there were heat waves so severe that people died as a result. Right now, we should try for alternatives instead of using the usual materials that damage the planet. Used clothing, for example, could be designed to be a good housing insulation, converting carbon dioxide from the air into houses.


image: https://phys.org/news/2021-10-animals-affected-climate.html


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