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Educate the general public regarding the social issue of climate change or global warming by furthering their knowledge about its evidence, causes and impacts on both humans and animals alike. And help people, who want to take action by providing ways to get involved and help out.


Climate change takes place when there is a shift in long-term weather patterns, which define the Earth’s local, regional and global climates. Such changes within the weather patterns have occurred multiple times during the Earth’s history; the current period of climate change being referred to as “global warming”. This peculiar name illustrates the drastic rate at which the world is warming up, due to the dawn industrial revolution. Such a drastic increase in the earth’s average surface temperature is primarily caused by human activities, which included the release of heat-trapping greenhouse gases within the atmosphere. The impacts of global warming are even more disastrous and unfathomable as they include, rising sea levels, extreme weather events, and the loss of habitat for plants, animals and humans alike. If change does not take place and the earth is continued to be neglected this way, living a healthy life within a clean environment will soon become a distant memory for many. 

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The Earth’s average surface temperature has risen about 1.18 degrees Celsius (2.12 degrees Fahrenheit) since the late 19th century (NASA)

Glaciers have retreated everywhere around the world, including in the Alps, Himalaya, Andes, Rockies, Alaska and Africa (NASA).

 The acidity in the ocean waters have increased by 30% since the late 19th century, due to the industrial revolution (NASA) 

Global Sea level has risen about 8 inches in the last century (NASA) 

The amount of spring snow cover in the Northern Hemisphere has decreased over the past five decades (NASA).

Plastic bottle on forest ground.


Forest Aerial View


Get involved

1. Grow A Plant Or Tree 

Help out the damaged environment by growing plants or trees, where capable. Send us a picture of your progress to inspire others like you to take their first step.   

2. Write A Letter To Mother Earth 

Take the time out to really contemplate the earth's situation and its impact on innocent lives and write a letter to mother earth. Send us a copy of your letter to inspire others to take their first step. 


3. Get The Kids Involved  

Print out one of the colouring sheets provided and enlighten your children regarding this issue through creativity. Send us a picture of your completed piece of artwork so that we may showcase them. 

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