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My Take on Climate Change

I feel more and more strongly of the urgency of our shared responsibility as I consider the state of our changing climate. We are at a turning point in history, with the extreme weather events that are occurring all over the world being direct results of our past choice. We are receiving distress signals from the Earth in the form of wildfires, hurricanes, and heatwaves. It serves as a wake-up call, requiring us to reconsider how we relate to the environment. Although our planet is strong, it is not unbeatable. It is now too late to be complacent; we need to take decisive action.We have a chance to encourage creativity and teamwork in the face of this enormous challenge. A greener, more sustainable future can be achieved through conservation initiatives, sustainable practices, and renewable energy sources. Although it’s a difficult task, it requires a concerted international effort.

We can also combine our strength to lessen the effects of climate change as we begin this semester in the midst of severe weather related to climate change. We have a duty to protect the environment and guide it toward a more harmonious and balanced way of life for the sake of coming generations.

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