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Carline Nicole S. Chua - 12 St. Luke

by Carline Nicole Chua

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Laudato Si'
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Kiribati - A Climate Change Reality
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I think everyone, not just the people of Kiribati will be sad if they are forced to leave the country where they grew up in. However, they have no other choice because they have no control over the nature. No one has control of the nature, nature will not adjust to us and we can't make it to. We need to adjust to nature, we need to adapt and compromise. What's happening to Kiribati can happen to other countries too. Climate change is a real problem and it can't be stopped, however it can be prevented if we know our limitations and do our part in taking actions to promote a better environment. We must act now before its too late, we must act before it even happens.
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In Kiribati, they are doing everything they can. However they know and even their president knows that there will come a time when there's nothing more that they can do except to leave their own country. Most of their people specially the old ones are deeply attached to their country. The old people of Kiribati will not leave their country and would very most likely die in their country rather than elsewhere. This is a very sad reality we too may face someday if we do not act now. We have taken so much away from the nature not knowing that what we've taken was the one that protected us. Because of our greediness the poor are suffering. Sooner or later, we will too.
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Kiribati is a country surrounded with water. In fact, 100% of it residents live near the sea. Because of climate change, they are in deep danger of losing their home by being submerged into the sea due to the rising sea levels. The people of Kiribati are doing their best to protect their houses from the sea and the rising sea levels. However, their efforts are not enough when the nature decides to strike. The residents regularly moves their houses away from the seashore every three years because of the rising sea levels. Their houses are built right before the seawalls that they built. It is hard for them to leave their houses because they are sentimental people.
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I realized that we should be thankful of what we have today. Usually we don't realize how much we have and how lucky we are until we lose it. I am thankful that I live in a place where I don't have to move my house and worry every time there is a thunderstorm whether my house can withstand it. A lot of people don't even have a place to live in. We should be thankful and grateful for what we have. This is before the nature takes it from us. By then we wouldn't have anything else to do. Just like the president of the Kiribati said. We should be prepared for what's to come, what's coming, and what will come whether there's only a 1% chance of it occurring. It is better to be prepared than to be sorry. We must do our part in saving the world, we need to do our part to save the world that to live in and to save ourselves.
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September 27, 2021
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In today’s discussion, we continued our discussions about the events that are occurring on our planet Earth. Our planet Earth is currently the only planet that can sustain life. There have been studies and experiments conducted by the scientists, astronauts, and NASA to explore if there are other planets that can sustain life. As for today, there are now astronauts living on Mars to explore if life is sustainable there. However, the progress is slow because Mars is very different on Earth and there are some things that the Earth has but Mars doesn’t and Mars has but Earth doesn’t. There’s still a lot of research needed to be conducted in order to know whether humans can survive on Mars. Now, whether the scientists have confirmed that Mars can sustain life, there’s no guarantee that humans can survive on Mars because all of us are used to living on planet Earth. Also, it would take years for all of humanity to travel to another planet like Mars and if it is even possible only a small amount of the population are capable of doing so. And since slots are limited, only the richest and privileged people can go. The poor, unprivileged, or even normal people will die on the dying planet Earth if we do not act now to save our home planet Earth. According to IPCC or the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, there are more greenhouse gases emissions in the atmosphere. There has been an increase in greenhouse gas emission since the 1970s contributing to further warming of our planet Earth up to the present times. This growth is continuing to pollute our planet resulting in it to warm and melt ice on which polar bears and other winter animals live.
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