Climate change

To Climate change specialists,

In our newest discovery there were three simple numbers that add up to global catastrophe, which apparently is something out leaders need to pay more attention to. The first number is two degrees Celsius, which is what the global temperate sure be at. However, we have raised the temperature about 0.8 degrees Celsius which has caused more damage than most scientists expected. The second number is 565 gigatons, which is the amount of carbon dioxide that humans can pour into the atmosphere and still have hope of staying at two degrees Celsius. This number was figured out by a sophisticated computer-simulation model, so it’s extremely credible. The third and last number is 2,795 gigatons, which is the scariest of all. This number is the fossil fuels we are currently planning to burn. Affective action is asked, strongly.

To junior high students,

Climate change has become a serious issue in our world. There have been three important numbers that have come up. The first number is two degrees Celsius which is what the temperature should be at. The second number is 565 gigatons which is the amount of carbon dioxide humans can put into the atmosphere without changing the temperature. And the third number is 2,795 gigatons is the number of fossil fuels that we are planning to burn which will hurt our atmosphere. As young adults you should be aware what’s happening on our planet and strive to change it.

To fundraising professionals,

After our newest findings, the three numbers we found will help raise more money for climate change. Two degrees Celsius, 565 gigatons, and 2,795 gigatons are all the numbers that will help fundraising. Two degrees is the temperature of the atmosphere, 565 gigatons is the amount of carbon dioxide humans can put into the atmosphere and 2,975 gigatons is the amount of fossil fuels we are burning. All these facts prove more and more that we need to change this issue, and I believe that everyone will help.

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