Behemoth of a nature’s force, the glaciers rule all weather changes ever since ground was born. Today we have numerous reports by famous climate activists which talk of facts, only brisking our fears. However, how much has anyone attained to transcend the extreme barriers of climate and bring out a set of information that can do amazing things in saving atmosphere? Global awareness on climate is climbing but slowing on account of attempts that could pull us out of rising greenhouse emissions, by us people.
My basic understanding of possum control claims that us, fickle humans have a tendency to believe alongside anything that’s dawned upon us with anxiety. That is what technology cum globalization has done to us. However, James Balog and his Extreme Ice Survey (EIS), a 2012 endeavor, understood this generation needs a real eye-opener when it comes to climate
Alaska, Greenland and Iceland were the three selected destinations. Mind-wrenching technology of time-lapse photography like that could just set the tongues wagging. . White was never this serene, and blue could not get any deeper; he was literally chasing it. The shots were magnificent for photographers; horribly alarming for global population surviving on planet earth. After all, the public needs to see what effects it has on climate.
That said, the facts gleaned from this trove of climatic data on colossal glaciers range from rudimentary to extreme nuances: its effects on sea level climbing. Global warming, despite continuous, deliberate mentions at all levels of human existence remains like an alarm on snooze. It’s time to take our mission and vision up a notch where each person works his bit to reduce his potential contributions in pollution. I see no rhyme or reason in weather and government agencies policing campaigns. There’s something more, like Chasing Ice taught usan untenable will to fulfill your dream and what an perfect human on earth should do to save our dwelling. Save it for the future.
We are on the point of critical carbon emission-wise breakdown that’s certain to gravitate to our existing generation less than in a century. Whiners or wieners- if still on the fence don’t have any option- but to take healthy steps towards environment themselves and make others also strike the same.
All I wish to convey is that the world needs people like James Balog who understand that our only home, planet earth is a duty of those. Well, if you have not, you have to frequent his discussions and reports to get an insight into alarming details of glacier melt downs and needless to say, watch the award-winning documentary Chasing Ice.
There has always been something about Chasing Ice. It gives me chills even today whenever I recall the visuals of depletion. As soon as I saw it on Netflix, all things ricocheted like a terrific thud. It moved memade me ponder of both magnificence and near-death of ice at poles: the climate control room of earth. Their weakening, led to mine.
We’ve got a lot to see and read, mourn and do nothing about it. But that is not how one is supposed to react to this set of data. A bit more responsibility and activity; a little less whining. That is all. I am just 20. If it can hit me in an era of streamings and unreasonable content that floods the world wide web, it can, it has to hot everyone shortly. I am prepared to do more of my own bit. I hope the same from you.
This report serves an insight into what is happening around the world when it comes to climate. Though an intermediary to introduce you to one of the pioneering climate activists and my inspiration, James Balog, it’s supposed to expand the vision of all young and potent towards climate change.