the talk of climate change

So what does this really mean? With all of the talk of climate change throughout the last decade, it is now evident that the issue is very much a real one and people  and communities are being affected in the present day, here and now. That being said, the consequences could be far worse in the future without drastic action being taken as soon as possible. The focus needs to be now placed on attempting to get the message across to governments and to try and influence them into stepping up and forcing a change, not only in their mind-set, but in their practices.

Governments should work collaboratively to attempt to avert the worst consequences of climate change that may arise in the not too distant future. The most urgent actions that governments should take is to focus on reducing emissions and allocating funds for those communities which are already affected and suffering the most from the impacts of climate change.

Many charities have stepped up in their own way in support of the report and have been putting a lot of pressure on governments to try to get them to heed the findings and to take the necessary actions as soon as possible. Some of the world’s poorest communities are the ones that will feel the effects most, which is why charities such as Oxfam and Christian Aid have put so much time and effort into supporting the cause of climate change aversion.

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