Climate Change and the Melting Glaciers

The effects of climate change is not something we will see in the future, we are seeing it now

Climate solutions that we were told about should be used somehow

We should not be thinking that the environmentalists will do all the work one day

They are not the only ones who will not be living in a great way

When Glaciers melt, sea level rises and islands disappear

It is time for more of us to pay attention to environmental care

We can reduce greenhouse gas emissions and plastic use

We can make a difference when we recycle, reduce and reuse

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We can benefit a lot from protecting earth and working towards living in a sustainable way

We don’t need to keep on moving along the same destructive path every day

There is a lot we can do to fix the damage that is already done

If we use climate solutions every day, soon we will say the battle is won

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We can’t afford to say it is too late to change what we are doing now

And the children should be learning about climate solutions somehow

They are the future, and what kind of future will they have if we won’t change what we do

With increased natural disasters, how will they make it through

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14 thoughts on “Climate Change and the Melting Glaciers

  1. Profound video on what is happening to our wonderful Earth. Everywhere because of our human negligence, water levels are rising. Now is the time we have to think on saving our World from a catastrophe. Nice post, Denise.

  2. I think people who believe in man-made climate change, or purport to, then get on the bandwagon, are not honest. They can’t be, because they aren’t willing to do any real research or truly think for themselves.

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