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"Temperature increase is already a fact, and of course this leads to ice caps melting, which means global climate change is inevitable. Do you think the problem is only in increase of emissions of carbon dioxide and other gases? What do you think…"
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10 things every person can do to prevent climate change

Posted on April 2, 2017 at 3:30pm 1 Comment



With news of ice sheets gradually melting, global temperature and sea levels rising, and extreme weather phenomena like intense rainfall and hurricanes, one cannot deny that Mother Earth is indeed suffering from climate change.

We might not be aware of it, but everyone is contributing to this phenomenon through our carbon footprint. Carbon footprint refers to the…

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