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Climate Change 101 with Bill Nye | Nat Geo

RWC Environment | The environment is an issue close to RWC’s heart. We have one place to live, so everything we do we ensure is sustainable and kind to our planet. Put bluntly, humans are destroying the Earth. The global population grew and along with it the consumption habits of humans.

With increased agriculture and the burning of fossil fuels we have put dangerous amounts of CO2 in the atmosphere, causing the Earth to slowly heat up. The implications of this can be seen today with the melting of the polar icecaps, dying coral reefs, dangerous new weather patterns and the extinction of plant and animal species. It’s not all doom and gloom, we can reverse some of the damage and prevent further harm if we all start tp make our own changes .  

Clean energy schemes are on he rise around the world with many countries aiming to be 100% carbon neautral with in a matter of years. Traditional farming tehniques and grass lands are also becoming favoured, loweing emmissions contributed by modern agriculture and allowing the land to develop and mature naturally. The introduction of hybrid and electric vehicals along with many cities imposing congeston charges, low emmision zones and restriced driving regulations, is helping reduce exhaust pollution and revolutionising the motor industry.

Climate Change 101 with Bill Nye | Nat Geo

RWC Environment | The environment is an issue close to RWC’s heart. We have one place to live, so everything we do we ensure is sustainable and kind to our planet. Put bluntly, humans are destroying the Earth. The global population grew and along with it the consumption habits of humans.

With increased agriculture and the burning of fossil fuels we have put dangerous amounts of CO2 in the atmosphere, causing the Earth to slowly heat up. The implications of this can be seen today with the melting of the polar icecaps, dying coral reefs, dangerous new weather patterns and the extinction of plant and animal species. It’s not all doom and gloom, we can reverse some of the damage and prevent further harm if we all start tp make our own changes .  

Clean energy schemes are on he rise around the world with many countries aiming to be 100% carbon neautral with in a matter of years. Traditional farming tehniques and grass lands are also becoming favoured, loweing emmissions contributed by modern agriculture and allowing the land to develop and mature naturally. The introduction of hybrid and electric vehicals along with many cities imposing congeston charges, low emmision zones and restriced driving regulations, is helping reduce exhaust pollution and revolutionising the motor industry.