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Everything posted by joeldgreat

  1. Maybe, they already see it as a losing battle (fighting to stop global warming). If my opinion is correct, then were doomed. Maybe some of us will adopt to the change but surely many will not survive to tell the story. But, maybe it is still not too late and we can still make the difference. The problem is, how many of us are willing to make its share.
  2. No matter what are the reasons why these networks drops a very good environmental documentary is that, they simply don't care about the environment at all. They only look for the money value of their shows. No matter how do they put it, environmental documentaries should be given its full priorities to be aired and watched by the whole world. That is only if they really care about it.
  3. Everyday, I've seen over the TV, the effects of global warming too. Weathers are becoming unpredictable, pollution are more deadlier and are more harmful. Acid rains are more frequent and smog are more experienced in urban areas. Not to include what you already had written. Personally, the effect of global warming would be felt more in 5 to 10 years to come. That is if don't do anything about it now.
  4. It's simply because they don't care. People who belongs to this group are simply doesn't care about the future. Or maybe, they themselves are the one's polluting the environment. Manufacturers, businessmen, corporations, etc. which only thinks about how to bring money on their pockets. But maybe, when majority will stand and knock their conscience, maybe they'll listen and believe that global warming is for real.
  5. China government are making all its best to fed up more than 2 billion Chinese people. Its making drastic move to boost-up its economy and now making a giant step in the world international community. The problem maybe is that there are some neglect on the government's policy towards environmental protection.
  6. I would say Antarctica is most affected continent by global warming. As it is where our vast deposits of ice caps and are now melting at a very fast rate. The effect of these meltdown are not yet felt by the whole world, but sooner or later it will take its toll and will affect our way of life. Marine life are now beginning to take its toll and if we do not do something about it, we too are in the blink of destruction.
  7. Awareness to the effect of the global warming is the best way of doing your share in protecting Mother Earth. Educate yourself and help others educate themselves will do more than doing it on your own. With this collective effort, we can win the fight against global warming.
  8. 6. No to hot water. To heat up your water during a shower or bath, takes much energy. So as much as possible be contented to that tap water to ease your comfort. If not possible, try to set your water heater to a low power to save that energy. Also, clothes washed in cold water have no difference that if wash in hot water. 7. Go recycling. By recycling organic waste or composting it if you have a garden, you can help eliminate the methane gas released by bio-degradable waste in the dumpsite. But make sure that your compost pit is set-up properly, so that decomposition is done in
  9. Here are mine : Taken from my article "Proposals to Stop Global Warming" If one of us would do this simple task, then we would be able to help the environment heal and stop the wide spread destruction of global warming problem. 1. Energy Star logo. When making a new appliance purchase, look for the Energy Star label and choose the most energy efficient products available. Energy Star label means that the product you intended to buy are most like to be an environmental friendly. 2. Stand-by mode. It takes about 25% of your appliance electricity consumption will be loss if
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