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How Can We “Be The Change” In The World Of Global Warming? What changes can we make in our lives to help stop global warming?

Posted by Catherine Morgan on March 5, 2007

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Global Warming is such a huge problem, one that makes an ordinary person feel they may not be able to do anything to stop it. But, there are things we can do to help, I found a great web site that addresses this, and I wanted to share it with all of you. We all contribute in small ways to the greater good of the world, with every action that we take, even when we don’t realize it. Even small changes that we make, will have a ripple affect that can eventually become I huge wave across the world. So, why not start now? And make a difference for our grandchildren and great grandchildren, by making small changes in our lives now that could help reverse the effects of global warming in the future?

Do Something About… Global Warming – (click here to go to this web site)

Global WarmingThe U.S. is the world’s leader when it comes to global warming–we are responsible for 25% of the worldwide carbon dioxide emissions today. Through various political campaigns and scientific debates, global warming has become a “hot topic” for Americans. With continued global warming, our earth will face several detrimental effects including more floods and infectious diseases. Look ahead to the future–instead of waiting for this stuff to happen, why not act now to prevent them?

— click on the above link to find out specific things we can all do to help the problem of Global Warming.

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ALSO SEE: The Global Warming Page of this site, which includes many links on Global Warming.

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5 Responses to “How Can We “Be The Change” In The World Of Global Warming? What changes can we make in our lives to help stop global warming?”

  1. I think we need to get the companies and industry to make changes as well. You know how much electricity the supermarkets waste?

  2. storbakken said

    Thanks for the relevant post. A friend recently told me he believes it’s a sin to litter because we are supposed to be custodians of the earth. That sounds like beautiful logic to me. God bless.

  3. Lave Sus Manos said

    I’m having a tough time with this. Too many factors in play. I’m certainly going to continue being a responsible earth citizen, but I just can’t be made to feel guilty.

    Interestingly, China is the world’s 2nd leading contributor to greenhouse gasses, but they’ve been given a 100% pass because they’re considered a developing country. And what happened to global fairness?

    I would ask you to review some of the links in my post from yesterday on this topic. And this link (a href=”http://www.scotese.com/images/globaltemp.jpghere will display global temps since the Precambrian period, 650 million years ago.

    To really pop your eyes, print this image.

  4. Hi Lave Sus Manos,

    Religious guilt and shame, and remission of guilt, is what the church of global warming is all about:

    “The Christian sinner pays the church for “a remission of the temporal punishment due, in God’s justice, to sin that has been forgiven, which remission is granted by the Church in the exercise of the powers of the keys, through the application of the superabundant merits of Christ and of the saints, and for some just and reasonable motive” (Catholic Encyclopedia).
    In the animistic church any using or changing of the physical world (such as burning carbon) is a sin against the sacred, holistic, living world (the Gaia hypothesis). But as everyone uses energy (just as every Christian sins), the neo-animist church, too, must provide for a remission of sin (and also, a handy source of profit for the carbon-offset company owners — such as Al Gore who, according to news reports, pays his indulgences to Generation Investment Management, of which he is the chairman.)
    In the neo-animist church of global warming, as in all religions, the truth is acquired by faith — not science. And as in all religions, the faithful should be on guard for charlatans.”
    http://www.washingtontimes.com/op-ed/tblankley.htm

    Enjoy,

    Hank

  5. Waygiemia said

    Interesting writing:D I will visit soon…

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