Rylan Washington

Global Warming

I feel that global warming is affecting earth too badly. So This letter is a Con about global warming

Rylan S.

Washington State

07 November, 2016

The Next President of the United States

The White House

1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW

Washington, D.C. 20500

Dear Next President:

For the next four to eight years, this situation is one of the biggest problems on the planet. Global Warming. This problem is circulating into cities getting submerged into the ocean and Antarctic ice melting.

This problem could impact everybody because of fossil fuel and oil plants blasting CO2 into the atmosphere. But Global Warming is also natural because of the lower ozone layer would disintegrate until the planet is a barren waste land.

But Global Warming could be stopped by shutting down fossil fuel plants and oil factories and opening hydroelectric dams to get back the needed power. But this idea would be impossible. But if the idea works, then Global Warming could be decreased so this planet becomes the next Venus.

This planet is great but will be horrible if Global Warming continues. Another solution could be by collaborating with allied countries to stop fossil fuel production. As well as shutting down international oil factories. But that would decrease the transportation by car. But people could find alternatives like electric cars to drive people from point A to B.

This could be very good for earth because less deaths will occur from air poisoning. As well be much cleaner than it already is. People in China will have cleaner air. Antarctica will still be where it is. People can be transported with cleaner, electric cars. This planet would be a lot better without Global Warming being a huge problem.

These suggestions have already been said. But Shut down fossil fuel, oil factories and building renewable power plants for the needed power. As well as getting rid of petroleum powered cars and building new electric cars.



Works Cited

Driscoll, Sally. “Global Warming: An Overview.” Point of View Reference Center, Sally Driscoll, web.b.ebscohost.com.ez.trl.org/pov/detail/detail?sid=4f39a4e5-4f02-4aa4-9eed-5f2828ac93b4%40sessionmgr102&vid=1&hid=123&bdata=JnNpdGU9cG92LWxpdmU%3d#AN=23253610&db=pwh. Accessed 31 Oct. 2016.