Burning of Fossil Fuels Is Causing Climate Change
“On Earth, human activities are changing the natural greenhouse. Over the last century the burning of fossil fuels like coal and oil has increased the concentration of atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO2).”. (NASA. Global Climate Change. Vital Signs of the Planet).
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Denying human-caused climate change is like saying there is a world market only for about five computers, like Thomas Watson, the president of IBM, said in 1943. By now we all know how severe human-caused climate change is, with recent hurricanes Harvey and Irma costing e.g. the U.S.A. up to 200 BILLION USD. Not to forget about all the other damage, including psychological suffering of people losing their homes across the Caribbean and in the United States. We all have to take action now, both in our personal lives as well as in business, across all industries, to stop human-caused greenhouse gas emissions and the greenhouse effect which has been warming our planet in the past decades. Make sure to start taking urgent action before it is too late, since this is a global problem that affects the whole world population.
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