Stop Sea Level Rise Due to Global Warming

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Owen McAlpin started this petition to President Joseph R. Biden and

If the sea level rises any further than it already has, many cities will be underwater, and the majority of the world's people live on the coast. This means, that the majority of the world's population of people plants, and animals would either have to move or would die out.

One way we can raise awareness of this issue is by letting the government know that this is a serious issue that we all care about. Another way we can do something is by walking/biking in more places. This even includes taking the bus. Even though it is another vehicle on the road, it is better than having the 15 more cars that would be on the road if they weren't on the bus. This can help solve melting ice in the arctic, which then can then lead to sea-level rise.

I think that often people don't think about the big picture in the choices that they make each and every day, which can have a big effect on the planet, and everyone around them in the long run. I think if you can afford to buy solar panels or an electric car, definitely do it, but I know not everyone can afford that. And that's ok, just as long as we do other things to make up for the fact that we might not be able to buy an electric car or solar panels.

This brings me to my next comment. I think that solar power, electric cars, and all of these other renewable sources should be much cheaper. A lot of people/families (me included) would love to have all of these things that are better for the Earth, but we can't afford them. The products environmentally friendly products benefit everyone, and so they should be more accessible.

Therefore, I think we should raise much more awareness than we already are about sea-level rise and its causes and effects. If we don't do something by 2050, many of our cities and people will be underwater.

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