Environmental Problems (by harakichat)

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Environmental Problems (by harakichat)

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Environmental Problems

The Issue:

Global WarmingClimate ChangeRising Sea LevelMelting Sea Ice

By: Andrew Li

CLIMATE CHANGE AFFECTS US ALL AROUND THE WORLD

LEARN ABOUT GLOBAL WARMING

Help me and my disappearing home!

We have responsibilities living on this blue marble we call 'Earth'As Global Citizens we must reverse damage to keep our home sustainableIt is partly our fault

GLOBAL

WATCH OUR SHORT PSABy: Ahmad, Andrew, Calvin, and Miora

David SuzukiScientist, Environmental Activist, Broadcaster- Founded David Suzuki Foundation- Author of 52 books- Activist promoting the reverse of Global Climate Change

Our Goals- Protecting our Climate- Transforming the economy- Protecting nature- Reconnecting nature- Building Community- David Suzuki Foundation Website

Our mission is to protect the diversity of nature and our quality of life, now and for the future.- David Suzuki Foundation Website

David Suzuki and the David Suzuki Foundation aims to educate with Science to help people change their ways and become more environmentally conscious to build a cleaner and better tomorrow

WHAT CAN YOU DO TO HELP SOLVE THIS PROBLEM

- Change Incandescent to Fluorescent light bulbs- Unplug all electronics when not in use- Use a power bar to easily unplug multiple devices

- Reduce, Reuse, Recycle- Turn off tap when not in use- Turn off lights when not in use

Wash clothes with cold water- Use less energy- Drive less- Turn down the heat, put on a sweater

Take Action!Click here to send an email to Environment Minister Kent about Canada's Kyoto Protocol Withdrawal

1998 was the warmest year recorded in history2005 in second

Learn more athttp://www.davidsuzuki.org


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