Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Climate change is affecting Wisconsin because we are facing problems like: Wetter winters and drier summers, weather and climate changes could affect farmers trying to raise crops, and dropping lake water levels.Human activities produce greenhouse gases. Carbon dioxide is released when we burn fossil fuels to produce electricity; like heat our homes with oil, goal or gases, and drive cars. They predict average surface temperates will increase during the century at rates unprecedented in the past 10,000 years. What we can do to slow climate change and make a difference is we can conserve energy and pollute less like, turn off lights, drive less, car pool, buy food grown locally, insulate your water heater , and turn off computers.Some impacts we can expect from climate change are, more frequent storms, heat waves, floods, droughts, and wildfires.

As part of the student blogging challenge, I wrote a post for BAD 2009 on the topic of climate change.

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