Global climate change is a little misleading sometimes as it always seems like it’s kind of a conspiracy rather than a real thing. We as human beings always make it out this way and that alludes to the biggest problem of climate change is that we haven’t taken it seriously enough to want to change it. So what will it take for us to change it ? Well in this generation we always have this mentality to let somebody else do it and keep the same process up over and over again and till finally it gets to the tipping point to where we absolutely have to change and it becomes unbearable, and not fixable. Earth transforms sunlight’s visible light energy into infrared light energy, which leaves Earth slowly because it is absorbed by greenhouse gases. When people produce greenhouse gases, energy leaves Earth even more slowly—raising Earth’s temperature. Meanwhile, we say that it’s not a wisdom gap that’s preventing acceptance of human’s role in climate change, but the cultural politicization of the topic. People don’t need a sophisticated understanding of climate change. They only need to be able to recognize what the best available scientific evidence signifies as a practical matter: that human-caused global warming is initiating a series of very significant dynamics—melting ice, rising sea levels, flooding, heightened risk of serious diseases, more intense hurricanes and other extreme weather events—that put us in danger. Still, despite many people’s strong reluctance to accept anthropogenic global warming, cities and counties in places like southeast Florida have gone ahead and supported practices to deal with global warming anyway. It relates to one anecdote in which state and local officials in Florida have argued for building a nuclear power generator higher than planned because of sea-level rise and storm surge projections. But if you ask these same people if they believe in climate change, they’ll say, “no, that’s something entirely different. Nobody’s exactly sure why some people act in ways that directly contradict their own beliefs. The leading one is the notion of dualism, when someone mentally separates two apparently conflicting ideas and yet feels no need to reconcile them. This happens on occasion with religious medical doctors, who say that the people who reject evolution openly admit to using the principles of evolution in their work life.
Whatever the cause, experts think that some specific cases of southeast Florida is worth studying. There, the community has been able to examine the scientific evidence for climate change and take action despite widespread disagreement on whether humans are actually driving climate change. The key, according to experts say that it has kept politics out of the room. Politics do have a great effect on the global climate change as well and it is another part of our problem. Politicians have their own agenda’s which mean they spend money on what they think is the most important to them, not the people of the world. That’s big problem considering that they are our leaders and they are not taking charge on this. So as a society we follow their lead and in turn it has led us to follow their same mistakes. That really has been the biggest culprit of this is that we are trying to follow a path that isn’t helping the planet but helping us human beings. As much as we hate to admit it but we need a stable climate to survive on this planet. After all if human actions had no effect on the climate then why is the rate of global climate happening the way it is. After all we are the only species on the history of this planet to actual produce CO2 in this mass of a scale so it can’t be a natural effect.
So the next thing seems to be will we ever change to become the solution to this problem ? We have two of the most powerful gifts as a species that has been given to us by evolution. The ability to create and the ability to destroy and it doesn’t take a genius figure out which one we are better at. As I referred too to one of my commenters in my other blog, it is practically to late to stop the process from taking it’s course as of now, but for our future generations we can slow down or reverse this process possibly. Which is where we need to take action as of now, because if we don’t things are only going to get worse and it’s only going to cost more money and lives. I guess another thing I would say is understanding what areas of the world are going to be most affected by these new climate events, such as severe flooding or severe droughts. For example, the country of Bangladesh has a population of a 161 million people and their entire country is roughly about 1ft below sea level, so preparing for the mass flooding and mass displacement of refugees that are most likely going to becoming toward their neighboring countries is vital. Another thing is understanding that the future generation will need to learn from our mistakes and need to learn different ways of solutions not being bogged down by politics, and other crappy things. That realization prompted us to reconsider the economics of energy. What’s needed, we concluded, are reliable zero-carbon energy sources so cheap that the operators of power plants and industrial facilities alike have an economic rationale for switching over soon—say, within the next 40 years. Let’s face it, businesses won’t make sacrifices and pay more for clean energy based on altruism alone. Instead, we need solutions that appeal to their profit motives. Which again allude to us negotiating with the big Whigs of corporate leaders to understand that this is what we need to survive. That’s what I hope our future generation can do and I hope they successful.