Persuasive Climate Change

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Climate Change On record, nine of the ten hottest years have taken place since 2000. In 2012, the Arctic sea’s “summer ice” shrank to the lowest point recorded. As of right now, the earth is experiencing the highest carbon dioxide levels noted, which are drastically increasing and are predicted to keep increasing (NASA Global Climate Change). The climate is changing, which is normal. But in recent years, many have questioned the cause of this steep change. We are experiencing the most drastic decline in clean air, land, ice, and clean water. There is talk that humans have had the most impact on the earth’s change in its overall climate. Others claim the earth goes through cycles every hundred or so years, causing normal shifts in climate. …show more content…
presidency, debated many times against his fellow candidates. His position is simple: humans do not have any effect on the climate changing. Rubio’s main concern for scientists’ solutions for climate change is that, “it will destroy our economy” (Stein). Unlike Clinton’s strong, motivating views on providing American homes with better energy and spending dollars upon dollars for the fixing of climate change, Rubio doesn’t seem as interested. Many people were torn between siding with him or not on this obscure stance. He believes the rules and regulations to provide information on climate change will be a large waste of money and time, which will hinder the economy. Which, to some extent, he is right. The information is out there, so bringing awareness through government-funded tools would be pointless and wasteful at this …show more content…
As the earth does its job in rotating through seasons, we must do our job in making sure it has a clean space to do so. “In its Fifth Assessment Report, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, a group of 1,300 independent scientific experts from countries all over the world under the auspices of the United Nations, concluded there 's a more than 95 percent probability that human activities over the past 50 years have warmed our planet” (NASA Global Climate Change). Alongside years of research, there has been conclusions on human interaction with the planet, and how it is negatively affecting it. These studies show us how the earth affects itself, but also how we affect the earth. Without our draining the earth of its natural resources, it most likely would have survived much longer than it will

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