Climate change poses a significant threat to humanity. Scientists tell us that it’s already happening, and we’re only going to continue to experience more extreme weather conditions because of our dependence on fossil fuels. We certainly don’t have time to waste in bridging the gap between education and action when it comes to climate change, so how can we better educate ourselves on current issues around climate change?
We are in a critical time in our history. The world has changed dramatically over the past century. And while we are fortunate to live in a time of progress, climate change threatens our ability to continue living the way we have. Climate change is already harming our planet, and if we don’t take action, it could severely impact our communities, economy, and even our way of life.
Here Are Tips That You Can Help for the Climate Change
It’s true that climate change affects us all. It’s global. It’s complex. And it’s a part of our changing environment. But, it’s also personal. Personal, because we’re all affected by climate change. It’s tangible. It’s happening to us. But, it’s also personal because we all have the power to help make a difference.
Tip 1: Get Personal – It’s true that climate change affects us all. It’s global. It’s complex. And it’s a part of our changing environment. But, it’s also personal. Personal, because we’re all affected by climate change. It’s tangible. It’s happening to us. But, it’s also personal because we all have the power to help make a difference.
Tip 2: Invite your friends and family – Think about the last time you told someone you thought climate change was real or worried about it. What did you say? You probably started with something along the lines of “it’s real, it’s happening, and it’s happening here,” right? That’s because climate change impacts us all, and we need to be talking about it. And if we want to stop climate change, we need to talk about it everywhere! That means not just with our leaders, but also with our friends and family members that you can invite them.
Tip 3: Share what’s happening right now – Climate change affects everyone—from natural disasters that are deadly or costly to everyday hassles like air pollution or higher temperatures in the hottest months. These impacts, which happen now, will affect our future, too. The decisions we make today will affect the planet’s climate in profound ways, in ways we can’t yet fully understand.
Tip 4: Ask people in your community to share and retweet – People in your community already know it’s happening. Just look outside. We’ve all heard that the earth is warming and that climate change is a big issue. But why is it such a big deal? For millions of families around the world, big changes are already happening to the climate, like extreme weather events, drought, and sea-level rise. These changes threaten lives, livelihoods, and homes.
Tip 5: Amplify #RiseForClimate stories from around the world – The impacts of climate change are felt around the globe, even in everyday lives. We’re seeing changes in ocean tides and sea levels, droughts, heat waves, wildfires, and floods. The impacts impact our health, our economies, and our way of life. This summer, people around the world are taking action to stop the climate crisis. Join us in amplifying the climate stories from around the world.
Why We Need To Protect Our Mother Earth
We all depend on our mother earth. Without her, we would not have clean air to breathe, fresh water to drink, and food and materials to nourish us. We all live upon her. She feeds us, clothes us, protects us, and provides shelter for us. To her, we owe our very existence.
Our Mother Earth is as sacred as a mother herself. The earth provides us with everything that we need and sustains all living things. Yet, mankind has degraded our Mother Earth to such an extent that it has now become the greatest threat to human existence. The depletion of natural resources like water, air, and soil has pushed the earth beyond its capacity. We are already feeling the impacts of global warming and pollution. Our earth is suffering from pollution, climate change, and loss of biodiversity. It’s high time that we come together and protect Mother Earth.