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As the article “deadline to save the world” mentioned; “There’s no ‘deadline’ to save the world”. When people think about climate change they might think how it might happen in around 8 to 10 years or hopefully even more. But this is far from right. Even though climate change is a slow motion disaster, this doesn’t change the fact that it has been around for years now. And every day with no action and more carbon dioxide in the atmosphere it’s getting worse. There are multiple ways that we can observe climate change in today’s world like for example all the heatwaves, floods, hurricanes and bushfires. Which is why it’s important to start now, since every little effort that we make just makes it easier to detain. At the end of the day we would be doing this for ourselves which is the bare minimum after being at fault for causing it. 

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October 19, 2021 3:17 am

It is so scary how we can save the world but we basically choose not to. We can do so much and see what can do. Yes, I do believe that climate change Is real and it is happening. There is going to be a ending soon and we are seeing happening but we are denying it happening.

October 1, 2021 5:46 pm

The idea of a deadline to save the world is scary. A lot of the time I feel like everyone has always heard about climate change but not until recently has there been this idea of a “deadline”. I think there is a lot of stuff for us to do and fast because even if there is no literal deadline we are going to reach a point of no return which is basically a deadline.

September 17, 2021 5:46 pm

This article seems really intriguing. I am also super interested in the effects of climate change and am worried about the future. It would be cool to include ways the article said are ways we can help stop the climate crisis.

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