Burning the World as We Know it


Increasing Temperature Due To GW

Starting from the Earth's Poles, the ice within mountain glaciers and ice sheets are melting worldwide, including the ice covering West Antarctica and Greenland

The Ozone Layer

The Ozone Hole Satellite records the most current formality of the Earth's Ozone layer. The data reveals that the Earth's ozone layer is beginning to recover compared to the 1980s. The ozone layer originally started to fade in the 1970s from from man made chemicals such as chlorofluorocarbons, chlorine, and bromine that had been released.

The Future of Our World

The world as we know it sits in the palm of our hands; it's up to us what we choose to do with it. Global Warming has been an ongoing issue that raised at the climax of chemicals and pollution. Not only are we effecting our personal health and our future, but we are abolishing a future for planet.

To make a better tomorrow we have to improve today

How to Resolve the issue of GLOBAL WARMING

  • Drive more fuel-efficient cars (electric cars)
  • Install more energy efficient heating, cooling and lighting systems in homes
  • Revert to public transportation

Other Potential Effects To Come

  • It is expected for sea levels to rise between 7 and 23 inches by the end of this century and the poles could add 4 to 8 inches
  • Hurricanes and other storms are expected to become more powerful
  • Species that are dependent upon each other may become out of sync
  • Less fresh water will be available
  • Rainfall in common places could decline by 10% in the next 50 years
  • More diseases may spread