Climate Change

by Caci Mitchell

Climate change is the change in global or regional climate patterns, in particular a change obvious from the mid to late 20th century onwards and attributed largely to the increased levels of atmospheric carbon dioxide produced by the use of fossil fuels. Climate change also has the potential to create major impacts on human and natural systems. Further changes to the climate are going to happen if emissions of greenhouse gases continue to increase. the biggest damage to our climate will occur in the atmostphere, on the land surface (soil and Vegetation), in the hydrosphere (ocean, rivers and lakes), on the cryosphere (ice and snow) and also in the biosphere (where life is found)

Did you know that there is an organisation called AYCC that’s mission is to build a generation-wide movement to solve the climate crisis before it’s too late, in their perspective they think that the younger generation has the power to help stop climate change. They make campaigns and try to make climate change go to into the national spotlight.


The NSW governments even said "some level of climate change is now inevitable" this shows how much damage humans have done to earth but luckily the NSW government is trying to make sure that climate change does the least amount of damage it can do but the NSW government does have responsibilities such as: to help communities adapt, preparing Sydney for climate change, protecting ecosystems and natural resources and lastly managing water resources.

Did you know that there is an organisation called AYCC that’s mission is to build a generation-wide movement to solve the climate crisis before it’s too late, in their perspective they think that the younger generation has the power to help stop climate change. They make campaigns and try to make climate change go to into the national spotlight.


The NSW governments even said "some level of climate change is now inevitable" this shows how much damage humans have done to earth but luckily the NSW government is trying to make sure that climate change does the least amount of damage it can do but the NSW government does have responsibilities such as: to help communities adapt, preparing Sydney for climate change, protecting ecosystems and natural resources and lastly managing water resources.

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