Op-Ed for Portfolio – ahntkd99

Impact of climate change

Currently, climate change is an issue of concern to the world and one of the problems we need to solve. Most people try to solve this problem by focusing on finding the cause of climate change problems, but it is also important to know how climate change will affect our lives. There are many reasons why countries are in turmoil, such as war and price fluctuations, but rapid climate change can be one of the reasons. This is a big problem that can lead to social and political turmoil and conflicts between countries.

In order to solve this problem, it is important to identify the exact cause of the problem. The causes of rapid climate change are also associated with scholars. Climate change appeared faster than scientists predicted. Currently, carbon dioxide is at its highest concentration for three million years in the atmosphere and is still increasing. Also, sea level was 32 to 65 feet (19.81 meters) high at 5 degrees Fahrenheit (-15 degree Celsius). This rapid climate change is disrupting the economy and life because humans have no experience in weathering this type of sustainable shipbuilding. Hydrologists have long recognized that climate change hinders the normalization of water resource management, but economists did not realize that climate change impact to economies. Climate change and our lives are deeply connected. For example, the loss of ice in Greenland rapidly increases sea levels and tides, polluting water and destroying coastal cities, driving people away. Also, pollution of the air, water,and soil can harm our health.

If things change too much, predictions become increasingly uncertain when experience is no longer a reliable guide to the future. It is urgent for governments and institutions to pursue new green economies before things change faster. Even now, studying the solutions to environmental problems will make the future happy. However, until the problem improves, we can’t know our future if we just stand by.

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1 Response to Op-Ed for Portfolio – ahntkd99

  1. davidbdale says:

    If this is actually your own work in its entirety, Ahn, considering your newness to English and the difficulties you demonstrated early in the semester with simple syntax, it is a remarkable achievement. Compared to your first-language classmates, all things being equal, it would not rate an A simply because its brevity argues against it, but I’m encouraged by your effort and will not over-penalize you.


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