How Will Humans Adjust to the New Climate?

The climate has changed drastically over the past hundred years. On just about every place on Earth, the summers have gotten hotter, and the winters have gotten shorter and milder. Glaciers are melting and certain types of life are being to die. It is estimated the Earth’s temperature has increased by 1.5 degrees Fahrenheit in the past 10 years.

Human beings are already being forced to adjust to this change in climate. People are spending less time outside, and those who do go outside are strongly advised to wear sunscreen. Because people are spending more time inside being inactive, experts are predicting that obesity rates will continue to increase over the years.

Additionally, the increase in temperature is also causing people’s electric bill to increase. The average electric bill for a three-bedroom house is $200. People are forced to set their thermostats at lower temps, which is why they are spending more money on their electric bill.

The good news is that there are things that people can do to stop the global warming. Unplugging appliances when they are not in use, recycling, driving less and cutting down fewer trees are the keys to solving this environmental problem.
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