Climate Change Explanatory Writing

Climate change. Climate change is the reason why our temperature, weather and sea levels increase. This problem is a very dangerous threat and has a lot of groups that are trying to solve it. Climate change could be horrible in the future and I’m going to be explaining to you how threatening climate change is and how it started. 

Climate change first started when the temperature of the Earth rose by two degrees in the late nineteenth century. It all started because of us humans burning the fossil fuels, which are, fire, oil and gas. Fossil fuels are also rotting plants and animals. When fossil fuels are burnt there are huge amounts of carbon dioxide that gets released into the air.

Although we can’t stop it, we could slow it down. A way we can slow down climate change is by switching to electric cars or just walking because we are wasting the gas or the petrol that’s in our cars because the liquid would turn into gas because the petrol will be trapped into a pipe and it will be so hot the liquid would evaporate into a gas.

Now for the final part I am going to be explaining why and how climate change will affect the future. One way climate change could affect the future is the sea level. The sea level rises one metre each century which at first isn’t that much, BUT THEN YOU REALISE THE WORLD WILL END IN FOUR POINT FIVE BILLION YEARS the Earth will be flooded in the ocean and humanity will already need to find a new planet. This fact might blow your mind because according to google, twelve THOUSAND years ago the Earth’s temperature has risen sixty degrees! Sixty degrees is a lot because once you compare it to the hottest temperature ever recorded, which is fifty six degrees, that is a lot. These are some of the ways climate change could affect the world and how it started. 

One thought on “Climate Change Explanatory Writing

  1. This is excellent work, John, I love the way you’ve used the appropriate, subject-specific language in your writing – this is exactly what I’m after, using specific words to create precise meaning makes your writing more accurate, and allows you to explain things the right way. Keep it up!

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