Global Warming

By Dillon, Ehab and Snehita

Global Warming is already having significant and costly effects - and these consequences will only intensify as the planet's temperature continues to rise.

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Stop Deforestation

Tropical deforestation accounts for about 10 percent of the world’s heat-trapping emissions. Reducing tropical deforestation can significantly lower global warming emissions and plays an integral role in a comprehensive long-term solution to global warming.
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Reduce emissions

We must significantly reduce the heat-trapping emissions we are putting into the atmosphere. As individuals, we can help by taking action to reduce our personal carbon emissions.
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Heavier Precipitation and Flooding As temperatures increase, more rain falls during the heaviest downpours, increasing the risk of flooding events.

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More Frequent and Intense Heat Waves Dangerously hot weather is already occurring more frequently than it did 60 years ago

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Prepare For The Impact

Certain consequences of global warming are now inevitable. This could include sea level rise, more frequent and severe heat waves, and growing wildfire risks. Reducing global warming could help prevent these consequences from happening sooner.

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The World Is In Our Hands