Monday, May 19, 2008

DecipheringThe Cause Of Global Warming

Global warming is a problem that is need to be address immediately. Although the effects of global warming are nowadays felt everywhere, there is still some uncertainty about the cause. Don't get me wrong – many of the main culprits are well understood. Burning fossil fuels, cutting down forests, increasing methane production through breeding too many cattle – all of these contribute to global climate change. Nonetheless, the verdict is still not in asked to what is the main cause and how much of a role each factor plays.

Whatever the cause of global warming, it is about time to do something about it. The problem is that there are so many problems that individual actions can seem ineffective. There are a lot of small things you can do to counteract the causes of global warming. You can cut down on your consumption, turn off the lights when you leave your room, turn down the heat, weatherproof your house better, and drive less. Still, there is considerable debate about whether we can do enough as individuals. How much do these small changes really add up to?

Nowadays, more and more people believe that we have to address the cause of global warming as a culture and as a world. Our global environment affects all of us, and together we have to make the decision to act in a way that will safeguard it for future generations. More and more people are joining political action groups, organizing with other activists to help defeat environmental climate change. It is not too late to do something about it, but it is getting to that crucial hour. If we don't all work together to fight the causes of global warming, who knows how things will look a decade down the line.

There are many different things you can do in your community to battle the cause of global warming. You can organize for better community recycling programs, better public transportation, and incentives to encourage businesses and consumers to use more environmentally friendly practices. Writing letters on your own can do a little bit, but organizing with other people to express a coherent political platform can do much more. It is the best way, in fact, to really get your voice heard by local, state, and national politicians. If you show them that the cause of global warming is of concern to you, they will listen and they will do something about it. Together, we can all do something to avert the coming environmental catastrophe.