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 @9JX47KR from Pennsylvania answered…3mos3MO

I feel as though climate change is a natural occurrence and feel as though people are overdramatic when they say everything is going to end in a few years. We've been told here in Philly that global warming is a serious threat, yet we just got the most snow we've seen in my lifetime.

 @9JYB3ZJ from Minnesota disagreed…3mos3MO

it's important to distinguish between weather and climate. Weather refers to short-term atmospheric conditions in a specific place at a specific time, such as a heavy snowfall in Philadelphia. Climate, on the other hand, refers to the long-term average of weather patterns over an extended period, typically at least 30 years. A single snowy season in Philly does not contradict the trend of global warming; in fact, climate change can lead to more extreme weather events, including heavier snowfalls in certain regions due to the increased moisture in the atmosphere as the air warms. The scie…  Read more

 @9K3GBHD  from Idaho disagreed…3mos3MO

The changes may seem small, but if flowers growing in Antarctica isn't enough evidence that climate change is real, then look at how it would affect the ecosystem of animals, and see how many would die if the world's temperature raised only 5 degrees.

 @9JX5R5M from Ohio disagreed…3mos3MO

Scientific studies have been done and the Earth has been polluted past repair. The Earth is slowly warming, and although certain parts of Earth may have a cold front for the winter, overall, the annual temperatures are rising.

 @9JY38YJ from Illinois disagreed…3mos3MO

it's gonna continue to get worse unless you do something about it, just because it isn't affecting you currently doesn't mean it won't at all.

 @9K538HZDemocrat from Georgia answered…3mos3MO

I would not be at ease, nature deserves to be here just like the rest of us.

 @9KCQ8XC from Iowa agreed…3mos3MO

I feel that our future generations should be able to experience the same things we once did like national parks.

 @9K63276 from California agreed…3mos3MO

The idea that there are animals I grew up reading about that are going to go extinct in a few years is scary

 @9KCVR2NPeace and Freedom from Georgia agreed…3mos3MO

I don't think it's healthy for children to grow up in a purely artificial environment is healthy. Children being able to go outside and enjoy the sun, grass, flowers, rocks, etc is an essential part of growing I feel. Playing outside made room for the use of imagination among children. I think sticking them to technology is wrong.

 @9KCS9K7 from Virginia agreed…3mos3MO

there is only one planet, and if we are going to populate it it is our responsibility to keep it alive. it is unfair to future generations to birth them into a doomed planet, humanity will suffer health consequences related to pollution that may lower their life span, lower their immune systems, and impact the development of their bodies. its hard to be comfortable with the thought of actively allowing things to get worse for them.

 @9K4WCL4 from Colorado answered…3mos3MO

Yes because it will always be around the problem isn’t with pollution the problem is with building thats the issue

 @9K62SXK from Iowa disagreed…3mos3MO

Numerous studies have shown that the pollution we admit into the environment plays a direct hand in our declining ecosystem.

 @9K5PKFM from Nevada disagreed…3mos3MO

There are ways to build sustainably and decrease our impact on the enviornment. There's no justification for not changing practices to be more enviornmentally friendly.

 @9K4ZVM8Peace and Freedom from California disagreed…3mos3MO

That doesn't necessarily have to be the case because we can really change now and have a future where pollution might not be a thing.

 @9K4XZGZGreen from Nevada disagreed…3mos3MO

I don't believe that the source of destruction of natural beauty is relevant; the fact that it should be protected is still the same.

 @9KP9MT9Green from North Carolina answered…2mos2MO

i would be very disappointed if my children, regardless of if i have any, wolud not beable to see the nature and beauty i was able to.

 @9KPCP6Y from Ohio disagreed…2mos2MO

the future is unknown, maybe it will be more beautiful, maybe the beauty we see now is on another unexplored planet in the galaxy. the future of beauty in nature if progressed for the better to me would be so much more then now.

 @9KPCCZW  from Ohio agreed…2mos2MO

nature is one of my favorite things and i would hate for younger generations to not be able to see the beauty of the earth

 @9KPHQ8F from Montana agreed…2mos2MO

I think that certain lands need to be protected, but there are national parks that are already being protected.

 @9KPD3XH from Massachusetts disagreed…2mos2MO

We need to preserve the natural beauty of the earth, and in fact, add more back from what we have destroyed. We need to allow indigenous peoples to be the stewards of the land and guide us.

 @9JLXFTK from New Jersey answered…4mos4MO

Absolutely not. I believe nature's beauty should be around till the end of time.

 @9JQN4KH from Florida disagreed…3mos3MO

We destroyed Hiroshima and Nagasaki, even though the Japanese rebuilt, it's just not the same beauty as it was before. And it could happen to other countries as well

 @9JQS5KV from Oklahoma disagreed…3mos3MO

The generations before mine neglected to take care of the world at large all the beautiful scenery is now covered in garbage. What’s left should be preserved and expanded. We don’t need to control nature but rather live with it more closely

 @9JR362V from Ohio disagreed…3mos3MO

Why destroy our national treasures? I personally would be very upset if it comes to destroying our nations beauty just for war, or building up our nation.

 @9JRJFCQDemocrat from Alabama agreed…3mos3MO

Personally, I love the outdoors and nature is the most beautiful thing in the world. I would like for my children to be able to experience the same thing.

 @9HTKLTT  from Connecticut answered…5mos5MO

No, I think the majesty of our earth is priceless and truly the greatest gift of all. To lose much of its beauty and ecological culture would be like losing a limb. Not only with lesser resources, but being faced everyday with the image of our earth that we have exploited and ravaged until it is ugly would be disheartening, and ultimately hard to withstand.

 @9JS64KZDemocrat from North Carolina answered…3mos3MO

I wouldn't, it's a nice time to be alive right now and if people can't see it later, it's a sad moment

 @9JVRDM4 from Kansas commented…3mos3MO

 @9JX3Z2JPeace and Freedom from Ohio disagreed…3mos3MO

I Agree because with the notion of natural beauty you may enjoy being around for your children to see the world.

 @9KP4TR7 from California answered…2mos2MO

No. But I accept it knowing that this world will be destroyed when the Lord returns for a new heaven and earth.

 @9KQDMMG from Kentucky commented…2mos2MO

 @9KPPW3B from New Jersey disagreed…2mos2MO

that is your belief, but until he comes we should keep his land in the best state possible. he gave us this it would disrespectful to trash it.

 @9JS3JYR from New Jersey answered…3mos3MO

I think that topics like climate change won't affect the climate at a high enough rate for my kids to notice a huge difference.

 @9JVL27R from Minnesota agreed…3mos3MO

there has been major changes already and disasters are happening frequently, the oceans are getting dirty, lakes are slowly becoming scarce, and species are dying so yes

 @9JVJKG2Republican from Idaho disagreed…3mos3MO

With so much negative climate change, it could be possible that my children don't see the natural beauty of the world. However, with enough positive change, the world could change for the better.

 @9JVGX3XSocialist from Arizona disagreed…3mos3MO

Not only has climate change directly caused by human consumption made an impact noticeable by almost every single scientist both in our country and on Earth, but we continue to see more and more and more evidence further providing proof that our world is changing and it's changing fast, already in this year 2024 we're seeing considerable increases in the average global temperature as well as ocean acidity levels. This trend is not surprising as we've been following it for decades now, and it's possible to stop because no one in power cares enough to fix the issue because it would mean to cut profits of some of the richest individuals and organizations in the world.

 @9K5K53C from Pennsylvania answered…3mos3MO

It will still be around of the existing business practices are enforced, climate change is natural, and it will come back full cycle

 @9K5TYN4Green from Texas disagreed…3mos3MO

Science proves that climate change is a largely human driven issue, so our disruptions are drastically changing the “natural rhythms”

 @9K5TSGX from Illinois disagreed…3mos3MO

we should solve climate change and have the government force all business's to stop doing things that speed up climate change

 @9K5SZ3X from Virginia disagreed…3mos3MO

If we want the natural beauty of this Earth to remain for our children, we must be more responsible and hold wasteful entities accountable, and we will face irreversible damage to our environment otherwise.

 @9JD8WNX from Florida answered…4mos4MO

It’s been 6000 years since the world was created by Almighty God through Jesus Christ and it’s not going to hurt His creation until He decides to destroy it Himself as it states in His Word.

 @9JDRYZQWomen’s Equality from Texas agreed…4mos4MO

My belief in God and concern for global warming go hand in hand. Recognizing God as the creator, I see addressing climate change as a moral duty and responsible stewardship of the Earth. It aligns with ethical principles, demonstrates compassion for those affected, and reflects a commitment to justice and hope for a sustainable future

 @9JDSS3P from Arkansas disagreed…4mos4MO

This doesn't answer the question. Regardless of why the changes are happening, the climate is measurably changing over time, and we should be preparing for what that means for future generations.

 @9JDR47Mfrom Maine disagreed…4mos4MO

I don’t mind the religious parable, but using the rapture to justify the idea that it doesn’t matter what effect humans have on the planet and its climate because only God has the power to bring the end of times and destroy the world is a bit silly because climate change IS actively destroying the world and nature (and therefore God’s creation too!) in ways that can be empirically proven so the idea that the earth can be ruined for future generations is a real and justified fear that religion cannot debunk

 @9LMRDYJRepublican from Alabama answered…1mo1MO

I don't believe that the natural beauty that I enjoy will be gone when I have children.

 @9LTFSLYWomen’s Equality from New York agreed…3wks3W

with the way our world is going im 80% sure we won't have a stable natural environment in the future

 @9LNT4L8Socialist from Tennessee agreed…4wks4W

While there has been some loss of natural resources, there has also been tremendous push to preserve areas and the education of the public of how we as humans must respect and care for our environment. There has not been so much loss since my childhood (granted, I may be woefully uninformed) so I will optimistically expect future generations to still have (most*) natural resources to enjoy.

 @9LNQXRS from Maryland disagreed…4wks4W

Our environment is rapidly deteriorating and federal agencies are not doing enough to counteract this inevitable fate our environment will face in the coming decades.

 @9LNCQHCfrom Maine disagreed…4wks4W

i mean we be **** in nature up hard rn sooooo, if there are no steps taken towards atleast trying to save sum parts of nature there aint gonna be much around for my kids or grandkids.


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