It’s Time To Turn Things Around and Taper Threats of Climate Change
by Jilian Sanz
It’s as clear as the oceans used to be. Climate change is a problem. We have thrown a proverbial wrench in the delicate balance of our ecosystems and pitfall is eminent. It’s time to take charge.
Since the beginning of time, the Earth’s climate has functioned with stability. The state between the atmosphere, oceans and terrestrial systems were in equilibrium. But, as the burning of fossil fuels and landscape alterations have emitted fossil carbon into the atmosphere, the earth’s carbon cycle has been pushed out of balance. It used to be out of our control. Global carbon cycles were once affected by volcanoes and meteorite impacts. Today that’s not the case. Today, it’s our fault. Today, human activity is responsible for a worrisome amount of the movement of carbon around the world; and that movement can change the chemistry of seawater and the movement of our oceans.
What are you going to do about it? Here at Hullwasher America we have created the technology to allow you to enjoy your vessel in a way that’s friendly to the environment and our promise to you is that we will continue to trudge forward in the fight against climate damage. But get informed. There are other things you can do besides implementing the use of Hullwasher in your life to retract your carbon footprint.
This month, Before the Flood, a film presented by National Geographic and Leonardo DiCaprio is available for all to watch in the hope that information will spread and changes will be made. The film features DiCaprio on a journey as a United Nations Messenger of Peace, as he travels to five continents and the Artic for a first-hand account of what climate change is really all about. On his journey, he works with political leaders and scientists but also comes across the harsh reality of the gnarly handlings of special interests groups who aim to confuse the public for their gain and in their greed. Before the Flood presents a captivating explanation of the studied changes now occurring around the world due to climate change, as well as the actions we as individuals can take to prevent the disruption of life on our planet.
“This documentary shows how interconnected the fate of all humanity is — but also the power we all possess as individuals to build a better future for our planet,” says DiCaprio.
Before the Flood premiered in theaters on October 21st and aired globally on the National Geographic Channel on October 30th in 171 countries and 45 languages. Make sure to tune in, get informed and most importantly, get involved by watching, here: http://channel.nationalgeographic.com/before-the-flood/