Climate change is an increase in the earth's atmospheric temperature since the late nineteenth century. In politics the debate over climate change is centered on whether this increase in temperature is due to greenhouse gas emissions or is the result of a natural pattern in the earth's temperature.
No, we need to focus on our countries such as china and india that make up most of the qorlds pollution. our country even if we produced 0 emmisions wont change anything unless we focus on the top 3 pollutiong countries
We should stand together to reduce are carbon foot print but this plant has been going through climate changes since the big bang. Its nature and science it shouldn't be a political matter. I do strongly agree with the EPA its a much need agency that protects are air quality and so much more.
I think it's great to be saving the planet and the environment. But I think that is also important to let the American people keep their rights. You may or may not see it, but this country is slowly turning socialist. But I saw this thing where a small country was burning trash and then purifying the air coming from the trash. I think some of these things could be set up in America to make our planet a cleaner place.
The U.S. as a whole is nowhere near as polluted as people want to believe, our main issues are the larger countries, India and China, as they are often left with little technological advancements, along with their increasing population density in Bejing or other large cities. The worst case in the U.S. was LA, and they ended up solving a majority of the issues by enforcing cleaner cars and energy sources.
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