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Global Warming and Our Future

Bangladesh is a six seasonal country. It has 6 seasons in a year. Like summer season, rainy season, Autumn season, late Autumn season, Winter season, Spring season. Nowadays, we can’t enjoy this season on time. And climate change is mainly responsible for that. Due to climate change there is a biggest problem in this world which could make this beautiful world invisible. And that is “Global Warming”. Global warming refers when the temperature of the weather is highly increasing. And the point is that we are mainly responsible for this biggest problem. We are making high buildings here and there by cutting down trees excessively. We are forgetting that Carbon Dioxide is the most dangerous gases. If it increases more than oxygen then it will be tough to survive in this world. Carbon Dioxide depletes the ozone layer. As a result, harmful Ultraviolet rays enter the world. It causes cancer to the people. On the other hand, due to global warming the sea level is rising. The icebergs are melting. And as a result excessive water is entering at the place of residence. Research says that low lying areas like Bangladesh is going to sink by 2050 only because of global warming. We are going to lose our largest delta ” GBM (Brahmaputra, Ganga, Meghna) Delta” only for the reason of global warming. And we the people are responsible for destroying this beautiful world. We are just doing pollution and increasing Carbon Dioxide. We should use solar energy instead of fossil fuel(which is highly responsible to increasing CO2).There is a amazing method that is “Recycle, Reuse and Reduce”. If we maintain this method in our life than our environment is going to be sustainable soon. Another thing, if we cut one tree then plant more ten trees. Because It’ll make a perfect balance of oxygen and Carbon Dioxide. And we should must follow the slogan “Living no one behind”.” Go green, go sustainable “.

Written By : Nabila Kamal