My take on the subject of climate change is very mixed and can branch off to many problems that we would all face as humans. With the earth warming up and sea levels rising, the earth has changed and impacted humans and our environment in many ways. Ice caps melting at both poles, allowing ancient diseases humans have never seen before to become active, and animals such as penguins and polar bears are losing their habitat leading to a future extinction. Weather changes in all regions can impact people’s homes with new natural disasters never experienced before. Finally, humans migrating to other cities because coastal cities are flooding, and with more people in a smaller area mass, land and cities will become more dense leading to homelessness and unemployment. Some people might argue that climate change is a hoax and is “controlled” by the government, but I don’t think that is reasonably so because this is a problem that is going to affect ALL LIFE on earth; humans, animals, and plants alike. I believe climate change is a real problem and is something we should address now even if we have time or not to forsake our future as humans on earth.
Climate change is now one of the most critical challenges facing humanity today, with its expansive consequences affecting ecosystems, economies, and human well-being. A disturbing and meaningful contributor to this global crisis is the combustion of fossil fuels, primarily in the form of gasoline and diesel, which powers