Essay What We Are Doing to Our Planet

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It’s happening everywhere, you can see it and you can feel it. You may not feel it day by day, but as years progress you’ll notice the difference. Environmental change, Human factors, Economic effects and Political effects are what are causing our planet to change with our desirable needs. There are many ways to reduce greenhouse gasses that trap heat in our atmosphere. We as a human race are growing at a rate of 251 babies every minute, that’s 361,481 every day and 131,940,565 every year. Food, shelter water and energy are ever so high in demand and we will even go far enough to damage our own natural resources to sustain the new heads. Our environment has changed dramatically over the past 50-100 years. Ice berks in the north and…show more content…
It’s happening everywhere, you can see it and you can feel it. You may not feel it day by day, but as years progress you’ll notice the difference. Environmental change, Human factors, Economic effects and Political effects are what are causing our planet to change with our desirable needs. There are many ways to reduce greenhouse gasses that trap heat in our atmosphere. We as a human race are growing at a rate of 251 babies every minute, that’s 361,481 every day and 131,940,565 every year. Food, shelter water and energy are ever so high in demand and we will even go far enough to damage our own natural resources to sustain the new heads. Our environment has changed dramatically over the past 50-100 years. Ice berks in the north and south have been melting more and more every day to the point that we are losing our costal lands. If this continues we would see Miami, North of Netherlands, southern end of Manhattan and many more costal lands around the world go underwater due to the melting of ice berks. Also, the increase of temperature would affect animals, people and fish all over the world. For example, trout stream and salmon stream would disappear by the end of 2090 due to the fact that it can only sustain in cold water. Humans on other hand rely on temperature to be stable for all species to sustain their lives so we can have water and food. If you travel to some of the major cities in the world such as Beijing, New Delhi, Los Angeles, and Santiago they have
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