What difference can one person make to a big issue like global warming? It should be up to the government to sort it out?
Global warming is a huge problem for the planet. Global warming is the rise in temperature of the earth's atmosphere. It is vital for you to know that global warming can also be a reason for the earth to destroy. The sun's ray's passes down to the earth and then the earth gets warmer, the earth gets warmer then the sea levels rise and there could be severe floods, tornados, hurricanes and blizzards. Global warming also produces greenhouse gases that are gases which are natural and make up a kind of thermal blanket over the earth. The thermal blanket gets thicker and too much heat is kept in the earth's atmosphere that is where global warming is a problem.
Here are some things you can do to stop global warming as individuals: Recycle glass bottles, jars, newspapers and magazines and tin cans, re-use plastic shopping bags and envelopes, buy organic food, buy a hybrid car and cycle to places!
Here are some things you can do to stop global warming as a group: Make up a club about planting trees and see if you have made a difference. Why don't you start campaigning about reducing electricity? Start protesting against global warming.
Here are some things governments can do to stop global warming: Governments also has long-term plans to lower CO2 and other greenhouse gas emissions even further. The Climate Change Act includes legally binding targets, including an 80 per cent cut in greenhouse gases by 2050. Copenhagen governments has decided to an agreement that all countries need to take action on climate change.
The most effective action are individuals because you can reduce global warming by...