8 Rules About CLIMATE

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Our climate is heating up and it’s likely going to get a lot worse before it gets better. With a little understanding of the global process, we can take responsibility for our actions and help slow the process that’s ruining our planet like taiwan tech trek 2017. Here are eight rules about climate change.

1. Every little bit helps.

If everyone in the world did the following (and it’s not a tall order), we could make a difference:

– Buy an efficient car.

– Eat less meat, fish and dairy.

Traveling by bike instead of car or public transportation, insulating your home, turning down the heat. Every one of those actions reduces your carbon footprint. Reducing your energy consumption, using energy-efficient products and appliances, buying locally grown produce, conserving water—every bit counts.

2. Every small step is better than no step at all.

Getting into green transportation and avoiding energy inefficient cars might seem like a lot. But every mile you walk or bicycle is a step in the right direction. No matter how small an action may seem, it still reduces our carbon footprint in a positive way. Try to improve your habits by making just one change per week—one less paper napkin per meal or turning off the lights when you leave the room.

3. There’s no such thing as a green lifestyle that fits everyone.

Each person processes information differently, so some people understand the facts easily while others struggle to incorporate them into their lives. Recognize that every action you take is a positive one and don’t let guilt keep you from doing what’s right. Look for local organizations that are making positive changes in the environment and support their efforts in any way you can (e.g., donate money or volunteer time).

4. The math works.

The amount of carbon dioxide in our atmosphere has increased from about 280 parts per million in the late 18th century to about 380 parts per million today. The current concentration is higher than at any other point in the last 600,000 years. Although it won’t happen overnight, every little bit helps and we’re doing better than ever before to reduce our carbon footprint thereby pulling the Earth back from the brink of environmental disaster.

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5. We can do this—you should be optimistic.

Every year we’re reducing our carbon footprint by greater and greater amounts. We can do it—but a little effort from each one of us is all that’s needed. As with any big project, we all have to get involved and commit to changing our lifestyles to make our goal a reality. If you change even one little thing, you will feel better and give a lot back in return for what you’re putting into the world around you—as long as it’s done in an environmentally sound way (e.g., recycling instead of disposing).

6. We can’t do everything right, but we can do a lot wrong.

We don’t yet know exactly what it takes to make the planet green, but that’s no reason not to try. Do as much as you can and stay positive—you’ll be surprised at how far your efforts will take you. Even if we each do a lot, but other people are doing nothing, it doesn’t balance out. Sooner or later, we’re going to have to start expecting more from one another. This means being responsible with everything we do—from the food we eat to the energy we use and especially the waste we produce.

7. We need more than good intentions.

We all have the power to make a difference and we can directly influence our environment. Prove to yourself that you can change, or better yet, get someone else in your family or at work involved. Be aware of your actions and have a positive attitude that comes from doing what’s right and feeling good about yourself for making a difference in our environment.

8. We need to be dependable members of the human race.

If it’s going to take a lot of people to change our world, then we need to get involved with one another. Helping and caring for one another is an important part of the process and we need to be dependable members of the human race. We are all interconnected and we have a responsibility to one another. This means living a life of integrity by taking care of ourselves, our families, our communities, our country, and this world that is so precious to all of us and other life forms on it—we are all dependent on each other for survival.

Conclusion:

We can all do something positive to change our way of living and help create the climate we want instead of what we have now. It’s important to realize that every little bit helps and if we all change just a little bit, our planet will be in much better shape. We don’t need to sacrifice everything in order to make a difference—we simply need to give back by doing one thing per week so we can all do more together. Rather than destroying the world, let’s keep it alive for future generations by being dependable members of the human race in creating a better world for everyone.

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