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Levels of CO2 in the atmosphere have surged past an important threshold and may not dip below it for "many generations". Can global warming trends be reversed?

Levels of CO2 in the atmosphere have surged past an important threshold and may not dip below it for "many generations". Can global warming trends be reversed?
  • We can start by not eating cows

    Cows are a big reason it is a problem, millions of cows are being bred for meat and their gas is damaging to the environment so if we would just stop doing that it would help the world greatly, of course the majority is against it because they are selfish and only think of how nice meat tastes.

  • Yes, I think so.

    While human emissions of CO2 remained fairly static between 2014 and 2015, the onset of a strong El Niño weather phenomenon caused a spike in levels of the gas in the atmosphere. Without tackling CO2 emissions, we cannot tackle climate change and keep temperature increases to below 2 degrees C above the pre-industrial era. Around 200 nations who signed the Paris climate agreement will meet in Morocco in November to decide on the next steps forward.

  • Yes, global warming trends can be reversed.

    Yes, global warming trends can be reversed. Humans are producing carbon dioxide faster than the environment can absorb it. It would take drastic changes, such as zero emissions mandates, to slow and eventually reverse global warming trends. It would take a really long time, but it is possible to reverse global warming.

  • Yes, global warming trends can be reversed.

    Yes, global warming trends can be reversed, but it will take a lot of time and effort. Both political parties need to recognize that the earth needs us to change our ways. We must stop using outdated fossil fuels by finding alternative forms of energy. That way, we can save the planet.

  • They can but only if major industries change their ways.

    At this current time, major multinational organisations which make use of heavy industry and the governments which regulate their behaviour have shown no concerted will aimed at tackling the problem of climate change. However, if they did make a major effort and more investing was put into clean sources of energy such as nuclear fusion then the trend could be reversed within the space of a hundred years.

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