Climate Change Consequences

564 Words Feb 25th, 2018 2 Pages
When carbon emissions caused by human activity enter the air they have dangerous effects on the environment, the economy, and our wellbeing. The world is seeing sobering signs of climate change’s accelerating impacts, from longer, more intense droughts to stronger storms and rising seas (CNN.1). Yet in contrast to the slow pace of international negotiations to combat climate change, national legislation is still not keeping up. When Al Gore gave his Noble Peace prize acceptance speech; he was not only accepted an award but he was also speaking about the awareness of his main objective stopping climate change. He believes that drastic problem that’s affecting every aspect of the planet is caused by the ones who need to be the ones to fix it. “We are what is wrong, and we must make it right.” (Gore.2). Today we still at this tipping point where the planet must decide the future they want for upcoming generations, what solutions they need to be able to do before they pass the tipping point, and how much influence of society do the planet needs to get the job done. Al Gore put Climate Change into a perspective that the beginning of this century the planet that has been experiencing drastic changes they are causing deadly consequences everywhere and that mankind has so far no stable solution to ending the problem. This is important because to Al Gore believed that a few years ago the planet is at its “11…
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