Our planet, nature sending us signals from as early as the late 19th century. But what we do and what we know about global warming?
A tinny handfull of activists bears that responsibility and trying to help for our earth, but many of politicians ignoring them and see in this a small problem. We humans have a tendency to neglect obvious signs and this is probably why warning messages of global warming are only surfacing in the recent years when we could have intervened a hundred years ago.
The people become more aware of the complication what comes from global warming. So why we, with these art pieces of posters want to send the message to all childrens of our mother nature, that need to recognise what we are doing wrong and before is too late need act immediately.
Come all together and make our future bright, think about your childrens how they must live in the next decades. All comes from that impending wrath if we continue to disrespect Earth.
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Climate change deniers have argued that there has been a “pause” or a “slowdown” in rising global temperatures, but several recent studies, including a 2015 paper published in the journal Science, have disproved this claim. And scientists say that unless we curb global-warming emissions, average U.S. temperatures could increase by up to 10 degrees Fahrenheit over the next century.