how the weather changed because of the pollution ?

Technlyical Man used technology to facilate his life and he had to control it. We didn’t expect this to alter our weather and spoil our joys with nature But it's too late. Nowadays, technology dominates the world. The factories are everywhere. Everybody use cars or public transport. But have we thought about the disadvantage of this development? No! All of this time mother Earth is paying the price of our mistakes.Today because of the fume the ozone layer is tearing.

-In Australia for example, the drought is everywhere. Many animals are dying and many forests have burned every second because the high temperature that is called the climate change.

-In the south and north pole, the ice is melting as a result the level of the water is rising bit by bit and animals don't have any refuge to protect themselves .

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  • global-conversation.png appreciative_cockatoo | Achimota Basic School | Ghana
    28 Apr 2020

    so does it mean the polar bears will be extinct due to the ice melting?

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    1. global-conversation.png original_artist | School College Pilote Sousse | Tunisia
      appreciative_cockatoo's comment 28 Apr 2020

      First thank you for your interaction and then , basically the ice melting will provoke the dommage of many habitats like the pollar bears' one so they will be without any refuge in addition the rising of the level of the water due to the ice melting will make the situation more complicated and as a result many animals not anly the polar bears will die and bit by bit they will be extinct.

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  • global-conversation.png appreciative_cockatoo | Achimota Basic School | Ghana
    28 Apr 2020

    so if the trees are burn and shattered so does it mean it will take a very long time of afforestation and also a cost?

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    1. global-conversation.png original_artist | School College Pilote Sousse | Tunisia
      appreciative_cockatoo's comment 28 Apr 2020

      Of course because if the vegetation will be badely dommaged it wil take a very long time to rebuild everthing we destroyed "afforestation" and all of this sure will not be easy or free besides we will need a great financial resources to recovre all of this damages.

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    2. global-conversation.png fairminded_spring | Archdeacon Crowther Memorial Girl's School, Elelenwo | Nigeria
      appreciative_cockatoo's comment 28 Apr 2020

      honestly it will take a very long period of time for afforestation to go on.
      when those disasters occur note that it is not only the trees that get damaged also the ecosystem as a whole is been destroyed. so afforestation is delayed also, it place a very huge cost especially in an agricultural based system so it will require a huge financial input to recover it losses.

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  • global-conversation.png appreciative_cockatoo | Achimota Basic School | Ghana
    28 Apr 2020

    why is it that most extreme weather events happens in Australia?

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  • Michael Ephraums.jpg EXPERT: Michael Ephraums, Audit Associate @ KPMG
    28 Apr 2020

    Hi Original_Artist, thank you for sharing your thoughts with us. Have you considered how climate change might be affecting weather conditions that already existed rather than only creating new ones? For example, how long have bushfires and drought affected Australia?

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    1. global-conversation.png original_artist | School College Pilote Sousse | Tunisia
      Michael Ephraums, Audit Associate @ KPMG's comment 28 Apr 2020

      It's an honor to interact with sir.
      Generaly the weather in Australia is hot and dry but it has become frequent and there was no continuous rain after it so the situation is still dangerous.
      Usually after the dry and hot season comes a strong rain but it must be repeated to avoid keeping the bushes dry, this time the rain stopped so again the danger is here, moroever the fire season started in August 2019, and untill now more than 50 fires are still burning in the states of New South Wales and Victoria, add to this the worst droughts that affected Australia was between the years 2003 and 2012 and that continued untill now in many regions of Australia...
      And all of that is due to the marked decrease in precipitation levels since 1994.

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  • global-conversation.png awesome_region | School College Pilote Sousse | Tunisia
    28 Apr 2020

    The pollution would have effects on the week's weather. In Spain, weekends are often sunnier than the rest of the week: the fault of factories that operate all week.For 44 years, Spanish researchers, at the origin of this study, have analyzed the data recorded by stations displayed in different areas. From the information collected, it appears that the temperatures are higher and the sky less cloudy on weekends than on weekdays. Or, polluting factories stop operating on weekends.
    Human activity releases very fine particles, called aerosols, into the atmosphere. These particles favored the formation of clouds in the sky and therefore rain. This phenomenon has also been observed in other regions of the world such as the United States or Germany. On the other hand, nothing was observed in China: in this country, the factories worked every day of the week. In countries of Muslim religion, pollution decreases on Friday, day of rest

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    1. Tiff-Avatar.jpg Tiff @ the BNC
      awesome_region's comment 29 Apr 2020

      A good range of examples!

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  • global-conversation.png ethical_conversation | Irene Secondary School | Kenya
    29 Apr 2020

    The climate change is extreme but we can avoid it

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    1. eliotcohen.jpg EXPERT: Eliot Cohen, Trainee, banking and finance @ Clifford Chance
      ethical_conversation's comment 29 Apr 2020

      Can you describe some ways we can avoid it? For example original_artist explains that "everybody uses cars or public transport". How can we stop cars and transport polluting the environment?

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      1. global-conversation.png original_artist | School College Pilote Sousse | Tunisia
        Eliot Cohen, Trainee, banking and finance @ Clifford Chance's comment 29 Apr 2020

        it's true that every body now uses cars and public transport and that's provoking a lot of pollution but we can avoid all of this... First we should vote for leaders who really care for the environment because that is also an impactful solution especially green leaders who can enforce measures like these ones .
        Then we can minimize the use of cars for exemple if around 50 persons work at the same place and everyone of them uses his own car so look now to the huge quantity of pollution caused by that while all of these people can only take one bus and that's how the pollution decrease to half.
        we can also organize some events like "A day without car" like in Tunisia or on the 22 september of each year in Netherlands for exemple, so on that day we can just use bikes or even we can enjoy walking on our own and that's considered as a good start to avoid other big problems. And then we can start using Environmentally friendly cars or eco-friendly cars "green vehicle" like in some contries "european countries" especialy to minimize pollution "air and land pollution" and that's why some countries like Italy doesn't allow cars.
        Moreover according to many statistics the countries will ban sales of all gasoline and diesel vehicles by 2030. No sales of conventional petrol and diesel cars and vans by 2040. Reduce national vehicle emissions to zero by 2050.

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      2. global-conversation.png ethical_conversation | Irene Secondary School | Kenya
        Eliot Cohen, Trainee, banking and finance @ Clifford Chance's comment 29 Apr 2020

        Climate change is caused by global warming. It cannot be avoided but we can take some steps
        Steps we can take to avoid global warming
        Power your home with renewable energy
        Weatherize and weatherize
        Invest in energy efficient appliances
        Reduce water waste
        How to stop cars from polluting the environment
        People love driving but in order to avoid this people should drive less
        People should drive wisely knowing how the environment is polluted by the emission of gases from the vehicles
        Avoid idling exhaust contains more pollutants than running exhaust
        Use alternative fuels to avoid pollution in the environment
        Choose fuel efficient vehicles.
        If we can avoid using the cars by walking in short distance places we can avoid the pollution of the environment.
        By using public means to travel to avoid congestion of vehicles which causes pollution in the atmosphere.
        We can stop pollution of vehicles when we use less vehicles in transportation
        Nice intresting with you
        Thanks

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        1. Tiff-Avatar.jpg Tiff @ the BNC
          ethical_conversation's comment 30 Apr 2020

          If these are things that should be done, why aren't they happening already do you think?

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          1. global-conversation.png ethical_conversation | Irene Secondary School | Kenya
            Tiff @ the BNC's comment 30 Apr 2020

            Iam sure time will come and time is know yeah, l know its not happening at the moment but that is my opinion on the pollution and how they can be prevented from polluting the environment and the atmosphere

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  • global-conversation.png openminded_alligator | School College Pilote Sousse | Tunisia
    29 Apr 2020

    Environmental pollution refers to the contamination of ecosystem and the surrounding atmosphere by different forms of pollutants (Chemicals and energies). Climate change refers to the variation in normal weather patterns caused due to pollution. The issue of environmental pollution and climate change has become an international concern due to their unfavorable affects to the physical and biological entities of the environment.Unfortunately, world leaders are not concerned with what is happening to our environment. Rather, they allow pollution to only think more about their profits. They are not interacting with him, but with the economy, such as import and export. Because of this, thaw will mainly cause the demolition of many habitats such as reconnaissance bears so that there is no shelter. In fact, the high water level due to thaw will make the situation more difficult, and many animals, not just polar bears, will die and become extinct. As for the trees, the plant will suddenly be damaged, it will take a lot to rebuild everything and all this will certainly not be easy or free, in addition to that we will need huge financial resources to compensate for all the damages.

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    1. Tiff-Avatar.jpg Tiff @ the BNC
      openminded_alligator's comment 29 Apr 2020

      Can you challenge yourself to find examples of world leaders showing concern for the environment?

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        1. Tiff-Avatar.jpg Tiff @ the BNC
          openminded_alligator's comment 29 Apr 2020

          Great, you can add your answer here too!

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      1. global-conversation.png openminded_alligator | School College Pilote Sousse | Tunisia
        Tiff @ the BNC's comment 29 Apr 2020

        Political leaders have to care for the environment otherwise there are ways to make them care, vote only for example to leaders who are green activists. Still there are good examples to consider like Helen Clark
        Clark, the prime minister of New Zealand, who has pledged to make Kiwiland the first carbon-neutral country by reducing emissions and offsetting the rest. Or Stephane Dion from
        Canada , who is recently elected leader of the Liberal Party, has pledged to unite the quest for a better environment. A minority true but there is always hope.

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        1. Tiff-Avatar.jpg Tiff @ the BNC
          openminded_alligator's comment 29 Apr 2020

          Well done for exploring these!

          A small correction- Jacinda Ardern is the prime minister of New Zealand (Helen Clark used to be).

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          1. global-conversation.png openminded_alligator | School College Pilote Sousse | Tunisia
            Tiff @ the BNC's comment 29 Apr 2020

            Yes I just mentioned an example to follow and jacinda is doing similar actions so it's a whole policy of a country

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      2. global-conversation.png original_artist | School College Pilote Sousse | Tunisia
        Tiff @ the BNC's comment 29 Apr 2020

        In nowadays the level of pollution is augmenting bit by bit but it doesn't means that we don't have any support from the world leaders and now we can mention some influential leaders like:
        US PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA:
        President Obama has been among the world’s most outspoken leaders on the issue of climate change, calling it the greatest threat to future generations in his 2015 State of the Union address.
        GERMAN CHANCELLOR ANGELA MERKEL:
        Chancellor Merkel has such a long history of environmental advocacy she is affectionately referred to as the “climate chancellor” by her country’s media. That sought to transform the nation from one powered by nuclear and fossil fuel energy to one receiving almost all of its energy from wind, solar, geothermal, and biomass. And she intended for it all to happen within just a few decades.
        CANADIAN PRIME MINISTER JUSTIN TRUDEAU:
        Still a relatively new face on the world leader scene, Prime Minister Trudeau has proven to be a major ally of President Obama’s on climate action. Trudeau and his Liberal Party campaigned on a platform that advocated quick action on climate change, and their victory in October 2015 made it easier for Obama to make an important environmental decision "rejecting the Keystone XL oil pipeline".

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  • global-conversation.png ethical_conversation | Irene Secondary School | Kenya
    01 May 2020

    I love the environment and everytime l admire the way they blossom it feels alive again
    My country Kenya has a good tranquil scenery, it's beautiful and evergreen.
    I thank one of the most prominent leader the late professor Wangari Maathai for the hardwork she dedicated to the nature.she started the green belt movement in the country and many world leaders supported her in caring for the environment.
    Her rule was cut one plant five she regard it as liveliness in the environment
    Even when she died our president his excellence president uhuru Kenyatta has committed to continue with the green belt movement and encourage each and every person to value the environment.
    Also one of the first lady Melania Trump has also visited Kenya and planted many trees in the environment.
    The world leaders need to work on the environment or we don't vote them in come the next elections in a country a leader should be resilient and work with diligence in the environment and making people value the environment and caring for it
    Our leader has pledged to work with alot of zeal to better the environment

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