Rachels Science HW

Pollution in the air due to excessive fossil fuel burning, aerosol use, exhaust fumes and other toxic gasses are trapping heat in the ozone layer causing our world to heat up year by year. Changes in the temperature otherwise known as climate change or global warming damage both under sea and land environments.

This temperature increase is responsible for changes around the world. Some of the worst effects of climate change are: the melting of the glaciers, stronger storms, habitat loss and extinction, more droughts and wild fires, rising water levels.

We can all help combat climate change by simply conserving water, turning off lights and using less energy, recycling and walking or using a bike.