Climate change refers to long-term changes in temperature and weather. These changes may be caused by natural. With the development of science and technology, harmful gases made by human activities have become the main reason. These gases absorb heat and increase temperature. This is global warming. Global warming will also cause Forest fire and sea levels to rise.
What kids can do for the climate change!
Don't underestimate your own abilities. Although you are still young, you can already supervise the responsibility of parents at home. Then save energy first. For example, we need to develop a good habit of turning off the lights and saving electricity. The second point is low-carbon travel. Everyone knows that exercise is good for the body, so we should ride or take public transportation for some short-distance trips, not only to exercise, but also to reduce exhaust emissions.
Last but not least, save water, The World Economic Forum ranked water crises as number one in its 2015 assessment of global risks. Therefore, it is necessary to reduce the waste of water in daily life, and turn off the faucet when no one is using it.
Children, although you are very young, you can already contribute your own strength to the society. First of all, you can actively participate in or organize activities, for example, you can organize a volunteer tree planting activity to purify the air. Second, you can attend community talks to increase your knowledge about climate change. Third, you can also actively share with your parents and teachers what you have learned in lectures or this book. At the same time, let them also popularize science to the other three people, so that the whole people know it.
Third, you can also actively share with your parents and teachers what you have learned in lectures or this book. At the same time, let them also popularize science to the other three people, so that the whole people know it.
The resource come from: internet union for conservation of nature, 2022, "Water and climate change", internet union for conservation of nature, 29 April 2022, https://www.iucn.org/resources/issues-briefs/water-and-climate-change#menu