If global warming continues and temperatures continue to rise then it will be enough to have the polar caps all but melted. If this happens majority of Americas border will be under water including the famous city New York. Monuments and great building, as well as homes and lives will be lost forever, unless we all work together and take action to stop global warming today!
I know we are all concerned about the effect global warming we can feel its affects on a daily basis. Yes we have heard it all before, but what can we do as individuals do to help save our planet? If everyone made some minor changes in their life than it we will have already started in saving our planet.
Australia is particularly vulnerable to global warming environmentally and economically. We already live on the driest inhabited continent on earth. We are already experiencing more severe droughts in the bush, and water shortages in our cities. Victoria faced some of the worst bushfires on record. Professor David Karoly from the University of Melbourne’s school of earth sciences discusses how the record heat waves and prolonged drought prior to February 2009 bushfires in Victoria could be linked directly to global warming.
We can stop global warming, but only by making major reductions in the amount of greenhouse pollution we create. To cut pollution we need to drastically change the way we use...