Hurricanes will become more frequent, we will see drought patterns in the United States, and the sea level will rise. 

Richard Alley, a Glaciologist puts it straight forward. 

“Look, it’s getting warmer, and the pattern of that warming is the pattern of humans, not of nature.  Humans are changing the composition of the atmosphere.  We’ve checked it, we checked it again, we checked it a third time.  It’s the CO2 from humans.”

Many large corporations have taken action and found that being socially responsible can save them money.  DuPont found that they can reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 75 percent and save three billion dollars.  The state of Arizona found they could have similar results if they reduce emission levels. 

Global Warming is not only an environmental issue or an issue of social responsibility, it is now being looked at from an ethical and religious sense.  The World Council of Churches has been working for many years on responding to climate change as an ethical issue.  In addition, the Evangelical Environmental Network is arguing that we have a religious responsibility to the environment, to other humans, and to other generations. 

There are issues that must be solved at an individual level and at an institutional level.  We will see new invention, new laws, and other changes take place.  Take a moment to see how you can be socially responsible

Let’s not forget the education of our younger culture…the reality of global warming must be communicated in a way that they are receptive to learning about it.  Any ideas?

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