By Emily MacLeod and Amelie Delesalle
AHE Student Reporter-Photographers
Global warming is changing our health, communities and our economy. If we don’t act now the results will likely be disastrous. Over the past 50 years the average global temperature has increased at the fastest rate in recorded history.
We asked two Grade 7 students from Arrow Heights School what they think about Global Warming.
Andie Reynolds says that we can do little things like biking instead of driving, because all little things add up.
She has also said that lots of animals will go extinct because they won’t be able to live in their natural habitat due to habitat loss.
Hunter Stewardson thinks global warming will pollute our world and waterways causing many amphibious creatures to die off. She says one of the main reasons for global warming is the production on carbon dioxide by massive factories and trucks.
Here are two photos that help illustrate the problem:
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