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I'm Scared Of Global Warming, What Do We Do?

have u heard the world is getting hotter?

the soil barren?

food scarce?

we getting darker?

What do we do ooooooooooooo

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go check out www.oebaltd.com they might be of help, they started me off in my recycling business

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arrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrgggggggggggggggggggghhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh

i'll slit my wrist if u guys go on about global warming.

whether we like or not the planet we live in will disintegrate. no matter what anyone does.

switching off and pulling electric appliances from wall, using less water, using less plastic bags etc etc is all good but what happens to all those huge manufacturing and construction companies in china and india? will the the big nations like the

US of A, UK, france ever consider asking the companies in those areas to stop producing those gas guzzling cars, new technology? i think the answer to that question is 'NOT IN ANYONE'S LIFE TIME'

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I think we need to start from our homes

Train ourselves and our kids to learn how to save energy

It's what we all are going to face together, it's not a lone fight.

It starts from there

Then to bigger things like taking care of the enviroment we stay in

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Eldee, what do you suggest that we do? I mean, to help stop the global warming?

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The fact is that the world knew it was coming

But no one knew it would come this fast

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The environment is really suffering now

We also need to know that this combustion is bad for our babies

It is also a heavy factor in acid rain

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The rapid melting of the Arctic ice, increasing crop damage and other problems show the multiplying effects of higher temperatures, said Bill Hare of the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research.

Summer sea ice in the Arctic, for instance, shrank to a record low last year --- nearly 40 per cent less than the long-term average between 1979 and 2000.

Hare also warned that rising oil prices could speed that even further. Light, sweet crude for July delivery rose by $1.38 to settle at $132.19 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange on Friday. The expense encourages the use of cheaper coal --- a much dirtier fuel.

“The recent developments in the energy sector, particularly high oil prices and coal-intensive development , are pointing towards the risk of higher emissions,” Hare told ministers from G8 and observing nations.

“(It’s) too early to say if this is an entrenched change in the pattern , but (it’s) certainly a risk factor,” he said.

By Google News

The part about the rising crude oil prices shows that we, as a contry could help in a big way.

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I think we really need to start worrying bout it as much as we do bout AIDS

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Nigeria needs to make a move aginst global warming and fast

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@eldee

you're right.

only if the western world can try to do sth about it, like propose a law or sth

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I guess you should stop being scared and start doing something about it in your own little way. . .

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