Recent reports have found that the world is on track to pass a critical temperature limit by as early as the 2030s. If this happens, climate disasters will be frequent and the Earth’s atmosphere and ecosystems will be altered. While this news is frightening, there are steps that can be taken to prevent this from happening such as government legislation, emissions regulations, and near-term action. However, saying something and acting on what is said are two different things. Young people would know, and they are rightfully angry. Climate change is causing members of the next generation to develop eco-anxiety as they realize they will have to deal with the damage that is yet to come. Older generations must join young people in their fight, or the consequences will be detrimental.
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