aliaqat357
Mar 27, 2017

climate change big encounter.

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climate change nowadays is a big problem for the whole world.our ecosystem and resources are in serious peril.species are endangered and human beings are encountering different catastrophe year by year.

climate change should be focused seriously and strict plans and awareness should be created among citizens to involve in positive measures.we have to deal with our fragile earth with great care and anticipate for our future generation.

 

Rachna Shah
Oct 6, 2017

How would you recommend that citizens play a role in fighting climate change?

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