English 12 period 1
29 September 2016
Global Warming 's Messing Up
“Climate change is happening, humans are causing it, and I think this is perhaps the most serious environmental issue facing us’’, said Bill Nye The Science Guy. Even though Global Warming has been proven to show no sign of stopping. We should try to stop our habits that keep making Global Warming spike. Most of the area in Sweden have learned to cope with their problems about global warming. They have created factories and plants that further help their situation.Thesis: Pollution in Sweden has damaged the environment, but effort have been taken place to prevent further pollution.
Even though sweden has taken certain measures, they still have a …show more content…
Rosanne Cash once said that the key to change is to let go of fear. A couple reasons you could have a fear of change is Anxiety, Fear of the unknown, Fear of success, Fear of loss, Fear of upsetting others, Fear of leaving a comfort zone, self-doubt, even guilt. But change is going to happen, now we just need to learn to evolve, so we survive change. Everyone might have a little metathesiophobia in them. We have to overcome our fear of change by confronting our problem and embracing …show more content…
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