Dear Next President,
The icy continent, Antarctica, is full of life and lots of ice. However, the icy sea of Antarctica is in great danger of melting. The icy plains of Antarctica are home to animals by the name of (Ursus maritimus), also known as polar bears. If the ice melts in Antarctica the likeness of these endangered bears to survive is very minimal. If the ice melts not only would polar bears become endangered, but the sea level would rise dramatically. A volley of impacts beginning with reduced sea ice would have a major impact on the environment. All of this mayhem is caused by the greenhouse effect. The heat from the greenhouse effect is slowly but surely melting the ice caps. Even while you're reading this the sea ice thins.it is likely to move more in response to winds and currents so that polar bears will need to walk or swim more and thus use greater amounts of energy to maintain contact with the remaining preferred habitats. The effects of climate change are likely to show large geographic making it difficult by giving us less time to find a solution to develop a way find. We need to find a solution know, because if we don't do know the damage will have already taken place.