Dose It realy matter
June 2, 2008 12:12pm CST
I have seen many debates and articles on Global Warming, about the fact that if it is real thing or not...If it is happening or not. Dose it really matter that Global warming is happening or not?As long as we are doing damage to precious and priceless environment.....Is it not our moral responsibility that we protect what gives us so much, more than that think about how much damage uncontrolled use of OIL has done in last 20 odd years, how much more damage do we need to do before everyone realizes that what is being done can perhaps lead to struggle of our own survival?......have we not done sufficient for us to start taking steps to pull down the use of oil and other things that are damaging the environment...... Please do one thing today......go and check out the condition of natural places(over the net its easy), water bodies in your country and tell me what you find out, at the end of it you will realize how much damage has been done. Due to our actions many places which were once blessed with abundant rainfall are going dry. what would you prefer given the choice live in polluted environment or pollution free environment? Remember it is none but our choice that decides the fate of our habitat,also remember public opinion can make a huge difference on any issue.
• United States
2 Jun 08
champion_ I don't think anyone would choose to live in a polluted world. Rather than have contributed to polluting the water supply, my choice would be to go without the things we have that are destroying our planet. LIving here makes us complicit in dragging our planet down. You're right on target. It doesn't matter anymore, we have to deal with what we have right now. Considering the water on our planet is the same water recycled since the beginning of our world, and we can't physically make more water, we're in big trouble. Most of the major bodies of water are polluted beyond repair. We're a dying nation, it's just that no one knows it yet.
3 Jun 08
Yes I know no one prefers to live in polluted world but I think its time for everyone to ask them this question before its to late. And you are quite right most of the water bodies are beyond repair but if we take some action over a period of time things can at least improve.