A warmer Mother Earth directly impacts our individual health


One of the ways we can help to mitigate climate change on an individual level is to reduce our use of energy. — Filepic

If we were to shift our gaze away from the chaos of domestic politics, we would realise soon enough that such chaos has been affecting nature on a global scale.

From forest fires in places as diverse as California in the United States and Greece, and Siberia’s ground surface temperature of 47.8ºC in Russia, to floods devastating Germany and rain falling at the summit of Greenland (instead of snow) for the first time in recorded history, there is increasing evidence that climate change is beginning to impact us far more noticeably.

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