Food for thought…and for the stomach. It’s Earth day!

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The issue of climate change is one that is multifaceted and of the utmost importance, and the question of how people should respond to it is about something far more than politics.

Politicians are eager to state their stance on the problem, but the changes in the environment may push them to behave in ways that are not in line with their intentions.

The problem of climate change demands a response from all facets of society, including the government and the corporate world. But, as politicians argue over the issue, it continues to get more severe.

The climate of the Planet is undergoing significant changes, the effects of which will be felt profoundly by all of us. Some people have referred to the recent rising trend as a ticking time bomb caused by global warming, which has the potential to make life very difficult for our children and grandchildren in the future.

The average temperature of the earth has been steadily rising over the last several decades, with the years 1998–2005 being the hottest five-year period ever recorded.

More importantly, the year 2005 was one of the hottest years ever recorded anywhere in the globe. The temperature that year was 1.3 degrees Celsius (2.3 degrees Fahrenheit) higher than the average that lasted from 1951 to 1980. The University of Alabama in Huntsville, which is located in the United States, found that 2010 was likely to be one of the ten hottest years on record, with 2010 being 0.76 degrees Celsius (1.3 degrees Fahrenheit) above average.

Global warming has major ramifications for human prosperity, security and the very destiny of our planet. There is an abundance of data suggesting that the present emissions of greenhouse gases are contributing to the warming of our planet since these gases are piling up in the atmosphere of the earth.

From the beginning of the Industrial Revolution, humans have been emitting greenhouse gases into the atmosphere of Earth at a rate that is currently far higher than the ability of nature to take them in.

Because of the greenhouse effect, the planet and its climate are warming up, which is causing us to experience a variety of changes that are more severe and that will last for longer periods of time. These changes include more unpredictable weather, rising sea levels, and more severe droughts and famines.

Existing life on Earth is already starting to feel the consequences of the current trend of warmer temperatures. Some experts anticipate that sea levels will rise by as much as half of this amount by the year 2100. The current pace of sea level rise is around 3 millimeters (0.1 inch) each year.

If people keep emitting greenhouse gases at the same pace that they do now, then the average temperature of the earth will continue to increase, which will lead to the sea level continuing to rise significantly and more severe weather.

It is anticipated that there may be significant repercussions for agriculture as a result of water shortages, as well as for the land as a consequence of more powerful storms. Some scientists have considered the possibility of a nuclear winter, which would result in the complete absence of sunlight on all land masses for an extended period of time.

You probably already know this, but did you realize that changing the way we eat is one of the most significant things we can do for the planet? Being a vegetarian, or even better, a vegan, is the first and most important step; but, even after that, there are still certain meals that are more ecologically friendly than others. Here is our pick:

  1. Energizing green smoothie
  2. Empty fridge vegetable soup 
  3. Vanilla almond milk
  4. Gluten free Almond butter cookies
  5. Kale and strawberry salad

What do you, our audience members, think?

I don’t believe in man-made global warming, but those are some sick recipes, dude.

The issue of global warming is a significant one. I appreciate you bringing this to my attention. I WILL DEFINITELY EXPERIMENT WITH AT LEAST THE SMOOTHIE AND THE VANILLA ALMOND MILK!!!

Warming of the planet? More like worldwide hoax, am I right, hehe!

excellent in every aspect

love ya