pemilihan materi pidato bahasa inggris tentang global warming sangatlah tepatkarena efek global benar-benar sudah sangat t...
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The following five sensible steps are available today and can have an enormousimpact on the problem CO2 remains in the atm...
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Pemilihan materi pidato bahasa inggris tentang global warming sangatlah tepat karena efek global benar

  1. 1. pemilihan materi pidato bahasa inggris tentang global warming sangatlah tepatkarena efek global benar-benar sudah sangat terasa saat ini. cuaca dan musim tidakbisa diprediksi atau semakin tidak menentu, suhu bumi semakin panas. Di musimhujan kadang cuaca tetap panas di siang hari. begitu pula di musim kemarau kadangjuga turun hujan cukup deras. akibat cuaca tidak menentu ini petani mengalamikesulitan untuk menentukan waktu bercocok tanam karena tidak tahu pasti musimyang tepat sebagaimana sebelumnya. Siswa sekolah adalah calon ilmuwan masadepan, mereka harus tahu kondisi ini. Mereka perlu belajar sejak dini mengenai globalwarming dengan memberi tugas mereka membuat pidato bahasa inggris tentangglobal warming.contoh pidato bahasa inggris tentang global warming sebagai berikut : Global WarmingGlobal warming is one of the most serious challenges facing us today. To protect thehealth and economic well-being of current and future generations, we must reduce ouremissions of heat-trapping gases by using the technology, know-how, and practicalsolutions already at our disposal.Tropical deforestation is the largest source of emissions for many developingcountries, but slowing deforestation can’t solve the climate problem by itself. Asforest-rich developing countries step up to take responsibility for reducing theiremissions, all industrialized nations should not only support their efforts but, mostimportantly, reduce their own emissions and lead efforts to avert dangerous climatechange.For years we have heard so much about the causes of climate change, that we’vemissed the fact that there are simple, practical solutions that can slow this growingproblem. Technologies exist today that can cut emissions of heat-trapping gases andmake a real difference in the health of our planet. And these solutions will be good forour economy, reduce our dependence on foreign oil, and enhance our energy security.Global warming doesn’t just mean balmy February days in northern climes. It alsomeans increasingly hot days in the summer, and a host of negative impacts that arealready under way and are expected to intensify in thecoming decades.-More heat waves will likely increase the risk of heat-related illnesses and deaths.
  2. 2. -Cities and towns along the nation’s major rivers will experience more severe andfrequent flooding.-Some areas will likely experience more extensive and prolonged droughts.-Some of our favorite coastal and low-lying vacation areas, such as parts of theFlorida Keys and Cape Cod, will be much less appealing as sea levels rise, duneserode, and the areas become more vulnerable to coastal storms.-Many families and businesses, who have made their living from fishing, farming, andtourism could lose their livelihoods, and others who love hunting, boating, skiing,birdwatching, and just relaxing near lakes, streams, and wetlands will see some oftheir favorite places irretrievably changed.The solutions to climate change are here and it’s time we put them to use. If we getstarted today we can tackle this problem and decrease the unpleasant outcomes thatawait us if we do nothing. The steps we need to take are common sense. And, moreoften than not, they will save consumers money. The cost of inaction, however, isunacceptably high.The scientific consensus is in. Our planet is warming, and we are helping make ithappen by adding more heat-trapping gases, primarily carbon dioxide (CO2), to theatmosphere. The burning of fossil fuel (oil, coal, and natural gas) alone accounts forabout 75 percent of annual CO2 emissions from human activities. Deforestation—thecutting and burning of forests that trap and store carbon—accounts for about another20 percent.Procrastination is not an option. Scientists agree that if we wait 10, 20, or 50 years,the problem will be much more difficult to address and the consequences for us willbe that much more serious.We’re treating our atmosphere like we once did our rivers. We used to dump wastethoughtlessly into our waterways, believing that they were infinite in their capacity tohold rubbish. But when entire fisheries were poisoned and rivers began to catch fire,we realized what a horrible mistake that was.Our atmosphere has limits too. CO2 remains in the atmosphere for about 100 years.The longer we keep polluting, the longer it will take to recover and the moreirreversible damage will be done.Fuel-efficient vehicles. Renewable energy. Protecting threatened forests. Thesecommon sense solutions won’t only reduce global warming, many will save us moneyand create new business opportunities.Best of all, these solutions exist now. We just need to insist that business andgovernment take the necessary steps to make them available and affordable. Then wehave to let consumers know what to do and provide incentives to help all of us makebetter choices.
  3. 3. The following five sensible steps are available today and can have an enormousimpact on the problem CO2 remains in the atmosphere for about 100 years.

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