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Together We Make a Difference

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  1. paige

    July 7, 2014 @ 7:15 pm          Reply

    most of the world is covered in water but some parts of the earth has to much water which we call FLOODING.As well as having to much water in some parts of the world some places have hardly any like in the desert,it is hard to survive without water,because most of our body is water.Some people have to leave there houses because the flooding is that bad,they have to leave there house in a boat and that even prooves how deep the water acctually is.When flooding happens all the drains get blocked most of the time,flooding often occurs on dry land like on farmers feilds and that means the animals on the farmers feild cant suvive as well as people.Peoples house are wrecked when flooding happens,some house even fall down that the water is that strong.

  2. louis

    July 3, 2014 @ 4:24 pm          Reply

    .Climate change is already a daily reality of the worlds poorest communities.
    .Climate change is related shifts in rainfall and drought patterns.
    .developed countries are the lead contributors to greenhouse gas emmissions and therefore to climate change.
    .Climate change is the number one threat to cilisation in the 21st century.
    .This concern reflects the reality thats so much of human activity is sencetive to climate change.
    .Climate system is essentialy irriverseble for many centuries at least.
    .Although climate change can be cuased by naturel prossess and human activities.

  3. Sophie h

    June 23, 2014 @ 5:24 pm          Reply

    Air pollution

    There is a protective blanket surrounding the earth but sir pollution is breaking the blanket and the sun is burning us?

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