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Tanisha.P(Grade 5-B)

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Sri krish international school chennai
Sri krish international school chennai

Tanisha.P(Grade 5-B)

How To Tackle Global Warming

What is global warming?

  • Global warming is a phenomenon of climate change characterized by a general increase in average temperatures of the Earth, which modifies the weather balances and ecosystems for a long time.
  • If no action is taken, it would have harmful consequences to humanity and the biosphere Prevention
  • Everyone can help limit climate change. From the way we travel,  Electricity we use, Food we eat, and Things we buy, we can make a difference.
  • Start with these ten actions to help tackle the climate crisis. Save energy at home Use less energy by
  • Lowering your heating and cooling,
  • Switching to LED light bulbs and
  • Energy-efficient electric appliances,
  • Washing laundry with cold water, or hanging things to dry instead of using a dryer
  • Replacing gas stove with an Induction Walk, bike, or take public transport
  • Walking or riding a bike instead of driving will reduce greenhouse gas emissions and help health and fitness.
  • For longer distances, consider taking a train or bus.
  • And carpool whenever possible. Eat more vegetables
  • Eating more vegetables, fruits, whole grains, legumes, nuts, and seeds, and less meat and dairy,
  • Producing plant based foods results in fewer greenhouse gas emissions and requires less energy, land, and water. Consider your travel
  • Airplanes burn large amounts of fossil fuels, producing significant greenhouse gas emissions.
  • When you can, meet virtually, take a train, or skip that long-distance trip altogether. Throw away less food 1. When you throw food away, you’re also wasting the resources and energy that were used to grow, produce, package, and transport it.
  • And when food rots in a landfill, it produces methane, a powerful greenhouse gas.
  • So use what you buy and compost any leftovers. Reduce, reuse, repair & recycle
  • Electronics, clothes, and other items we buy cause carbon emissions at each point in production, from the extraction of raw materials to manufacturing and transporting goods to market.

 

  • To protect our climate, buy fewer things, shop second-hand, repair what you can, and recycle. Change your home’s source of energy Switch to renewable sources such as wind or solar. Or install solar panels on your roof to generate energy for your home. Switch to an electric vehicle Electric cars help reduce air pollution and cause significantly fewer greenhouse gas emissions than gas or diesel-powered vehicles. Make your money count
  • Choose products from companies who use resources responsibly and are committed to cutting their gas emissions and waste.
  • Making sure your savings are invested in environmentally sustainable businesses Speak up
  • Speak up and get others to join in taking action.
  • Talk to your neighbors, colleagues, friends, and family.
  • Appeal to local and world leaders to act now.
  • Climate action is a task for all of us. And it concerns all of us.
  • No one can do it all alone – but we can do it together. Let’s Unite And Save Our Mother Earth.

 

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