Fight to end global warming!

We the people can do this!

What is global warming?

Global warming is the slow increase of climate throughout the world. This increase in temperature is harming Earth slowly, but has already melted in ice while disturbing polar habitats, grown diseases, and moved animals live in their indigenous locations.


Picture: This polar bear has been affected by global warming. Ad you can see, the rising temperature has melted his/her home.

It's not natural!

Global warming did not just pop out of nowhere! Global warming is caused by the excessive pollution in the air. The pollution in the atmosphere produces heat. Pollution happens because of burning fossil fuels, deforestation, and many more things done by us humans.


Picture: This plant is releasing the product of burning fossil fuels. This is what produces unnecessary heat.

Act smart!

Let's fight to end global warming. Global warming can be stopped if we all join together and fight. To decrease amounts of pollution, act smart. Use flourescent light bulbs. Don't drive too much and cut your use of gas by finding other ways to move about. Buy "Energy-Star" brand household appliances that efficiently work.


Picture: This flourescent light bulb has been modified to look as if a plant was growing out of it.

Be green!

If you're not ready to give up your everyday supplies, don't worry. There are still ways you can help. It's easy! Just go green! Plant trees! Trees are a greenhouse gas and take in carbon dioxide. Taking in carbon dioxide allows them to release oxygen, which slows down global warming.


Picture: This is a picture of someone holding a growing tree.

Together, we can do it!

Get your friends and family together and share how you could help the planet. You're doing this for a good reason. You would help stop polar habitat disturbance, reduce the intensity of hurricanes, and many more things.


Picture: This image symbolizes how humans have a contribution in making the earth go green.

So many people are already fighting!

Here are some organizations that support this cause:


CDIAC: http://cdiac.esd.ornl.gov

Better World Club: www.betterworldclub.com

Climate Neutral Network: http://www.climateneutral.com


And much more!