Climate change has been around for a while, becoming more of a dilemma as the world progresses. In Caldicot 's book “If You Love This Planet” Talks about how the greenhouse gas emissions are creating a hole in the ozone layer right over Antarctica. Civilization has come to find that not only humans but animals contribute to the greenhouse gases. Cows create Methane, which is another greenhouse gas and it too is slowly destroying the ozone layer like Co2. Mankind today have been given misinformation about the climate change. Being kept in the dark, and not really understanding the true issue the earth is having.
The misinformation from the government is one of the theories behind the denial of climate change (Swanson 6). The government states God is saying the planet is in fine shape and that He will handle any issues dealing with climate change. “Congressman John Shimkus (R-IL) says the planet is in fin...
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...can be made later (Main 1).” Observational evidence from all continents and most oceans shows that many natural systems are being affected by regional climate changes, particularly temperature increase (Lorenzen 298). The issue at hand needs to be taken care of now rather than later.
Americans deny the danger of climate change because the government gives out misinformation, in addition to beliefs that weather and climate will always be controlled by the divine powers. The government will continue to give out the wrong information to gain a vote. Although society needs to start using their religion and scientific facts as one to come up with a solution. As said by Ban Ki Moon, “Climate change does not respect borders; it does not respect who you are - rich and poor, small and big. Therefore, this is what we call 'global challenges, ' which require global solidarity.”
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