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If I do my part in preventing global warming will that make any difference to the world than if I didn't? Also I watched An Inconvenient Truth today and I realised just how bad global warming is and how it is affecting us because I never realised what would happen and how fast it was happening and I would like to contribute to helping stop it. So what is bad to do and what should I stop doing? And what else can I do to help?
It's great that you want to do your part to help overcome the greatest challenge of our age. Since watching a two year old movie has had a profound effect on you, continue to develop your knowledge and understanding of how mankind is causing climate change. Much new evidence has come to light since Al Gore's film was released and our understanding of manmade global warming is improving swiftly. In terms of WHAT you and I can do (or stop doing) to combat manmade climate change, the best advice I have found on the net is from a site called "Do The Green Thing". It's great fun and has every bit of solid advice you could possibly need. A new version of this website will be launched soon but it's worth signing up now and starting to learn how to make the difference. The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) also runs the "One Planet Living" campaign, which has a great website on sustainable living (which means only using as much of each resource as can be replenished without damaging or destroying its source). These websites, books and films that will help you stay up to date. Raising awareness is the most critical step in any process of positive change.
Every little bit that you do helps. If everyone did something to help reduce global warming, then the effect would be great. Since Carbon dioxide is a main contributer to the Greenhouse effect (heat is trapped in the atmosphere of earth), i would advise that you should take public transport and/or walk everywhere instead of going by car. Make sure that you switch everything right off because when an appliance is on standby, it still consumes electricity. Shortening showers will help reduce energy consumed as heating water is one of the biggest enery users. Use environmental bags when you go shopping as it will reduce landfill. Hope this helps
Yes it will do a part to the world. Every little bit helps. You can do a lot of things to help stop Global Warming. You can turn off some lights, switch to gas use efficient shower heads, fridges and lots more. Do as much as you can to prevent Global Warming! You shouldn't do the opposite of the things above.
First off are you sure there's such thing as Global Warming? Remember that we only have climate records going back about 500 years. So we don't really know what kind of CYCLES the Earth's climate could be going through. Further more have you bothered to look in to both sides of the argument? There is about as much good argument against global warming as for it. In fact I just read an article a week or two ago about how climate scientists have been manipulating the data to make it look like the Arctic is melting when it may actually be growing. My point is, don't be suckered so easily, look at the issue with eyes wide open and try not to pass judgement either way until you've seen some good solid first hand evidence. For example, type in to google: Evidence for global warming, and then type in: evidence against global warming and begin your research from there. All that aside, there is no doubt we are polluting at an alarming rate. I won't even eat freshwater fish here in the US unless I caught them from a lake that I know is miles from 'civilization'. So to help with that... -Ride bicyle or walk whenever possible, cars are overrated -Try to wear warm clothes inside during the winter to keep the heat down, open windows instead of AC during the summer - Try to buy LOCAL, whole foods with as little packaging as possible, buy direct from farmers whenever possible, avoiding large chains when you can -Recycle when you can -Try not to be such a consumer, you don't need STUFF, -Don't waste water, electricity and gas whenever possible. Think for yourself and question authority, always!
The truth is that global warming along with it's best friend, the greenhouse effect are scams created to pull in more 'carbon taxes.' The main concept is a fraud that we hear about all of the time and never seems to escape our minds. There is a thing called the "Oregon Petition" that you never hear about that has over 19000 scientists singing it that disagree that humans are having any or a significant amount of impact on out climate at all. The theory was started by Al Gore, a politician, not a scientist at all. The entire fraud has worked rather well. I can't believe how many people have fallen for it. Please, DO NOT GET SUCKED ohio BY "AN INCONVENIANT TRUTH," The entire thing is a lie!
You as an individual can do nothing at all (unless you are mother nature herself). CLIMATE CHANGE has been happening since the earth came into existence. There are have been times when cooling took place (ice ages) and times when the earth was warmer than today. You actually are being "sucked in", the whole "the sky is falling and it's our fault" is so that governments can control and tax the population more. The best way to control is by fear and that is exactly what they do with the "fear" of climate change and the fear of terrorism. Please wake up.
Yes it would make a difference because your helping the world to be a greener place. the things you should do is to switch of any unnecessary electrical equipment help to stop cutting down trees or no phtosynthesis will take place . these are the only few things i know but i will try to find more info for you
There are a lot of people on here claiming global warming is a farce, and Al Gore is a political scaremongerer. Others are suggesting the things you can and/or should do are easy and convenient, like buying local produce or riding around the corner to your friend's house instead of driving. I am an information activist, working with many grassroots organisations to try and get to the truth on this issue, because it is potentially the most significant threat our species has ever known, and we caused it. Now I'm not going to say Al Gore's film has it's facts straight, and I can't even confirm that the warming of our planet is caused by human activity, however I can confirm that our climate is changing toward instability, and that a large percentage of the cause of this climate change is due to human activity. The film you saw deals with many issues, and offers many methods for addressing this issue, but for the moment I'd like to talk about the acidification of our oceans. When we burn fossil fuels like diesel, gas, and petroleum, we emit carbon dioxide and carbon monoxide into the atmosphere. Due to the neutral nature of water, our oceans absorb a large percentage of that carbon, making the ocean more acidic, and upsetting a Ph balance that hasn't changed this much for hundreds of millenia. Just to emphasise this point, the change is more than the entire range the human body is capable of surviving. So all the sea life, where life on this planet began, is now living in and literally breathing this slightly more acidic water, causing health problems from breathing problems, reproductive problems, circulatory problems, etc. So what can you do about this? Well I'll tell you right here right now, you're not going to like it, and it is so hard to accept this is so important and urgent with people still driving around in hummers, but you will one day see we have no choice: We must stop consuming fossil fuels, and animal foods, especially meat, fish, and seafood. If you convert your car to run on ethanol, biodiesel, or CNG, you're contributing to the destruction of the Amazon, the right lung of our planet, but atleast you're emmissions are lowered, or our coastal reefs being destroyed to make gas rigs. Every option available at the moment for reducing human footprint on our environment really sux, but we are trying to come up with ways to do it properly and as a result a whole new industry has been created to innovate new technologies to achieve this, and it needs your help. Whether you can invest in stocks, or buy energy efficient technologies and appliances, or find employment in the area, every little bit counts. Finally, just ask yourself this simple question: If it's all bogus, and global warming is part of a natural cycle, and we're going to all this trouble to reduce our environmental impact for a hoax, to become more in balance with our natural biosphere, to care for plants and animals as living organisms which deserve respect and consideration, to improve the aesthetic appearance of our world by reducing our use of needless packaging, reusing containers, bottles, etc instead of throwing them away, recycling everything into other things instead of landfill, repairing things that can be repaired, even if it costs more than replacing it. If we do all this, and it turns out we didn't really have to in order to secure our survival and a safe future for the next 100 generations, what have we lost? Nothing! What have we gained? Good, decent, considerate, and compassionate habits that will be passed on to future generations for the ultimate good of all humanity, and all the species we interact with. If we choose to ignore this threat, are we not reacting selfishly, shortsightedly, offhandedly, and lazy? Now add the very significant probability this is not a hoax, and we've got a really major motivation to change the way we live, to treat our only home, Earth, with the respect you treat your house, your car, the love of your life, your family, and your idol/mentor/guru. The way you have reacted to Al Gore's film is a fair and reasonable reaction to this issue, even if the content of this film is not 100% accurate, and you should draw on that feeling when considering which appliance to buy, where and what to eat every meal, and which form of transport you use to get to work. Be the person you wish to see in this world. - Gandhi
You can carpool. turn off the lights when it's day time. take shorter showers. put your trash in the proper bins. and best of all, you can spread and share to others what you learned and encourage them to do the same thing. yey! good luck. i really hope that the world would become beautiful once again.
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