Whre we gonna end up due to global warming?
February 17, 2009 7:29am CST
Scientists say that global warming is irreversible. It means we 'must' have to suffer for the harms we have done to the nature. If we still do not care for nature and continue our follies, then we have to choose another planet for our survival. Let's discuss on this. It's the need of the hour.
17 Feb 09
we are already facing weather change because of global warming and we already facing consequenses. We are destroying ourselves, we have to do something, if we destroy our nature we will not survive. We already done lots of damages and cammot be reversed so at least we try to save the remaining nature.
19 Feb 09
yes, gauucii. let us all do our share on saving mother earth. we just couldn't count on the others to do it. if all of us, each one of us, do something about it, it will be a great deal of help. however, the larger measures are something that only the governments of various countries can do something about. if only they will work hand in hand to seriously consider projects that will matter on big scale, then they can count on the citizenry to help in realizing them.
17 Feb 09
lol! the need for a new livable planet now comes to the fore because, of the global warming thing being irreversible. hmmm...the way you put it here, makes it sound a very doable project, huh? even if the effects of global warming are irreversible, there are still so many things that we can do in order to slow down its growth from its current alarming growth rate of causing destruction to our world. let's take care of nature by planting more trees. the cities can be reforested somehow, too. then, minimize our garbage. lots of people give me frowns as i do this. they say that i have the habit of collecting garbage, instead of saying that i do much of my share at recycling. let's be kind to mother earth by using less and less of fuels that are not recyclable naturally. the sun, the wind, the waters around us are all sources of endless energy power that we can make use of, if only we treat these power sources with utter seriousness. right now, governments are treating the idea playfully.