Effects of Global Warming (Chapter 1, page 2 of 4)


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Chapter 1

Oh! What a lovely poem and creativity!!! It is one of the best poems I have read; I hope you liked it too. Now, imagine if the animals realized our destruction of their habitat! In my opinion, we would be given a life sentence in their prisons! I hardly suppose the animals would be as lenient as mentioned in the poem, anymore. The animals from the time man had started using his brains, have been forced to live under adverse and extreme conditions created by man, and only man. The world's hottest topic is not about any Hollywood or bollywood at all! Instead it is GLOBAL WARMING.

The 2007 Nobel Prize for peace was awarded to Al Gore and his team mates in promoting awareness through a very famed documentary- "INCONVENIENT TRUTH". The Nobel Peace Prize was also shared by an Indian- Rajendra Pachauri- the UN panel's IPCC Chairman and team mates for their research work and awareness creation on global warming. The IPCC, established in 1988, is tasked with providing policymakers with neutral summaries of the latest expertise on climate change. The organization involves hundreds of scientists working to collate and evaluate the work of thousands more. Global warming is very serious threat posing human race, and hardly few understand its drastic effects. Authors and film-makers and scientists struggle to bring awareness to the world, writing stories and directing films and conducting researches respectively. But it looks like you people will put down the book if it is anything related to this, like deforestation… telling "I know all this, I have read enough in other books. This author guy is just repeating the same…" etc.etc. But how ELSE can we create awareness if you don't read books as such? Or don't see movies as such? The world is in such a terrible danger that we all can never imagine! OKAY anyway, if you are bored let us get to the point.

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