It's cheaper and more efficient, and it prevents carbon dioxide from entering the atmosphere.
Dear Next President, how much does the earth matter to you? The earth was created around four billion years ago, allowing any living organism to survive on its surface. However, the earth has been sick for a while now, and it's up to us to restore the earth to its natural glory. The name of the disease affecting our planet is called pollution. Humans have been polluting the air and water, both essential to humans, for their own benefit for centuries. We are custodians of this planet, and it is time to change our selfish behavior before its too late.
Ocean pollution affects many organisms and many ecosystems. It affects marine life and even life on land. Ocean pollution can and will get worse if we do not address it now.
I am writing this letter about a serious problem that I care about. Today’s wildlife is suffering. We need to start paying more attention to this matter, and doing everything we can to help. This is a problem that we caused and now we need to start making up for it by protecting our wildlife.
Th way we get energy right now is not going to last forever and is seriously hurting our planet and ourselves. We need to make the switch from fossil fuels to renewable energy.
The dairy and meat industries have grown too powerful in our country, and need to be downsized: Currently they not only play a hugely unnecessary and taxing part in our economy, but are almost wholly unregulated and allow their workers to horribly abuse livestock.
Climate change is real, and we must find a way to stop it to save our Earth before it is too late.
Despite the best efforts and relative success of President Barack Obama in decreasing emissions, in recent years U.S. greenhouse gas emissions have been higher than those in 2009 when he took office. However, due to President Obama’s efforts, U.S. emissions are far lower than they would have been otherwise. Because of Obama’s work, the U.S. stands as a leader in the global effort to fight climate change with a clear goal for moving in to the future. Obama’s aspiration to decrease the emissions by 26-28% of 2005 levels by the year 2025 is still within reach, but not without your support.
Dear Next President: Will you make policy decisions to renew our planet? Or will you keep serving selfish needs? The time for action is now. Listen to this spoken word letter from Paige P. and Veda V.
Before it is too late, you must save our oceans and stop the damage that's taking place
If we all used energy produced by natural resources like solar and wind, we could eliminate the use of nuclear energy and coal consumption.
Our own selfish needs are distracting us from the problems of pollution. The Earth could fail if we don't make an action as soon as possible.
Imagine a world where one species destroys another's habitat and couldn't care less. Well news flash, that's the world you live in. Marine pollution cannot be ignored any longer.
While Americans use one-fifth of the Earth's energy resources, our environment is suffering. Are we going to do something or leave things as they are now?
The United States as a whole should strive to work together to keep our oceans clean, and with your help, we as a nation could finally make that change.
Oil is running out, and we only have a couple decades of oil left. We need to fix this as a country and move forward as a species.
Traditional energy such as fossil fuels will eventually ruin the world. Taking this into consideration, people need to dramatically increase the usage of alternative energy like wind or hydroelectricity.
Dear Next President: The United States plays a substantial role in the percentage of carbon emissions worldwide. Will your presidency seek to take action?
Climate change has both local and global impacts, and it's only getting worse. We hope the next President will lead the way on climate change and end our reliance on fossil fuels.