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My Take: Human Activity Causes Climate Change

As we know, climate change has been the major issue this century. Climate change is a long-term change of the average weather patterns that has defined Earth’s local, regional and global climates. There are natural fluctuations in the climate but scientists say temperatures are now rising faster than

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My Take: Actions to Stop Global Warming Not Significant

I believe that climate change is something real, something that most people overlook too often or do not pay attention to. This is true for some people who work in the field of agriculture. It is especially true for businesses creating factories or facilities, for maximum manufacturing of

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My Take: China’s Alternative to Coal

In recent years, human life has brought many negative effects on the climate and on nature. Carbon dioxide emissions have caused temperature rise and sea level rise. Animals and plants living in isolation on islands are facing unprecedented challenges. Arctic icebergs have melted and animals have lost their

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My Take: Climate Change & Recycling

As the climate change or global warming continues, the expectation of extreme weather will occur more frequently than before. For example, the two nor’easters that hit northeastern United states and eastern Canada in early February 2021 had heavy snowfall, cold temperatures and coastal flooding which heavily impacted human

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My Take: Ending Climate Change

Climate change in the world can be caused by various activities. When climate change occurs temperatures can increase a dramatically. When temperatures rise it can result in more floods, droughts, or intense rain, as well as more frequent and severe heat waves. Oceans and glaciers have also experienced

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My Take: Clouded City

Imagine our Earth with more carbon dioxide than any other gasses, what will it look like? Will it look like mist in the air all the time? Will we adapt to the change or die out? Is our Earth going to look like a yellow gas planet? All

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My Take: The U.S. Can do Better to Solve Climate Change Problems

According to the Hedges Company, an automotive marketing company, as of the end of 2020 more than 287.3 million vehicles were on the roads of America. Compare this number with the population of the U.S, whether it is the total number of cars or the number of cars

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My Take: Climate Change on the Dominican Republic

The Dominican Republic is a beautiful country with a significant agricultural commerce. But on a recent trip I realized things have changed.  My mother is from the Northwest part of the country where the river that once flowed through her town has ceased to exist due to the

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My Take: The Ever Changing Climate

The climate has been changing for thousands of years, however in recent years it has gotten more extreme.  This is due to numerous factors mainly caused by people. The burning of fossil fuels which produce carbon dioxide, forest fires and the destruction of forests for agricultural land and

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My Take: Climate Change Impacts New York City

Climate change is a growing problem, and we can see its effect in New York City. New York is seeing an annual rise in temperature and an increase in precipitation. The increase in precipitation can cause sea levels on the coasts of the five boroughs to rise. This

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My Take: Climate Change is an Astronomical Problem

Climate change is a huge issue and the first step to fix the problem is believing that it is real. Personally, I believe climate change is an astronomical problem and we have to act now before it gets much worse.  The United States Congress has proposed the Green

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My Take: Climate Change & Hope for Our Future

Climate change is a global issue. It is not possible to stop climate change, but it is possible to reduce the effects. I feel that climate change is speeding up because of increased carbon emissions in the last decade. The effect of climate change is enormous as seen