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My Take on Climate Change: Deforestation a Real Threat

Climate change over the decades has become a concern that can no longer be ignored. Most of the factors leading to this issue are caused by humans. The effects of climate change are so vast that it has become very overwhelming. Comparing different eras can tell a lot


My Take On Climate Change

Climate change from last year until now has been a lot different than before. Last year for all of us around the word, we were living through the COVID-19 pandemic, a pandemic no one thought could happened. We as humans were thinking COVID would last for a month


My Take on Climate Change

  For centuries, the production and consumption of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases were in balance. Yet, it has become an issue since the beginning of the Industrial Revolution, due to the increased factories, transportation, and other activities emitting more carbon dioxide into the atmosphere. Coal is


My Take: Climate Change

What is climate change? Climate change is the drastic change in weather that usually occurs in a specific region. This change comes in many forms such as rising temperatures for a prolonged period or the increase in rain and snow activity (NASA 2014). Having understood what climate change


My Take: Be Part of the change

Climate change is a worrying problem that concerns the future of humanity and life on Earth. In fact, in the last couple of weeks, the US was hit by two hurricanes (Ida and Larry) caused by climate change that saw terrible consequences including loss of life and property.


Consequences: Bangladesh is Under Water due to Climate Change

My home country is Bangladesh which is located in South East Asia. Growing up I was  privileged to spend half of my life in Bangladesh. Bangladesh is a country which is surrounded by river and oceans with beautiful seasons and natural beauties. But climate change has been affecting


As Students How Can We Help Slow, Stop or Solve Climate Change?

Can you imagine a city where you wake up in a clean environment and breath clear air? No, we cannot, and I believe it is too late for us to stop climate change. We all know deep inside our hearts that we are directly responsible for climate change,

We Stand or We Crumble; Climate United Front

What is Climate Change? Climate Change is a change in global or regional climate patterns. Climate patterns can include any recurring characteristic of climate including glacial periods, extensive heat waves, droughts, famines, floods. Global warming is the main cause for most of these natural disasters. Heavy concentration of


 Climate Change in the Dominican Republic 

Many of our Latin American countries located throughout South America have undergone extreme environmental changes. Climate change has affected agriculture, migration and the economy. One of the countries that has been impacted by climate change is the Dominican Republic (DR). The country is located in the Caribbean region and despite its small size, it is one


The United States’ Climate Fight

The Paris Agreement is a multi-organizational interdependent legally binding treaty that its goal is to limit global warming well below 2 degrees Celsius. Global warming is defined as the warming of earth caused by the concentration of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere from the burning of fossil fuels and deforestation. Human activity is causing a change in the earth temperature and the Paris Agreement is


My Take: Climate Change is Real & its Happening

Before I discuss climate change, I would like to explain what climate change is. Climate change is the imbalance in the climate’s pattern, which can cause the rise in temperature as well a decrease in the temperature. Climate change is a major ongoing issue that has been happening


A Student’s Role to Help Slow, Stop or Solve Climate Change

Climate change has been a serious issue and threatens the whole world. If we don’t do something together now then it will be too late for world to address the dangers of climate change. Everyone has part to play in the fight against climate change, especially college students.