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There so much hype surrounding clean energy today especially in major cities like NYC We see busses that have signs saying they run off natural gas commercials on TV promoting natural gas as a clean energy source and politicians fervently advocating for the natural gas industry The problem is New Yorkers dont understand what theyre getting themselves into We live in a world where some people are skeptics some are advocates and most are indifferent It seems to me that most people trust our government blindly they are sheep being hunted by wolves and they have no sheep dog to protect them Blind trust can be a deadly trap and for New Yorkers who feel a cleaner safer New York is upon them I say think again For the record I believe that New York and the rest of the world are in a very difficult situation Global warming is an important topic Political leaders around the world have started recognizing global warming as a significant issue which has the potential to cause unimaginable damage to current infrastructure economies and health What if scenarios are primary topics among business leaders and contingency planners What if the Polar Regions continue to melt at their current rate or even faster How will that affect water levels around the world How will it impact major cities around the world that sit on the water What about New York City Are people really prepared for this and what is causing this to happenIf we just think about the predicament at hand and we ponder these questions we begin to see why global warming is such a significant issue More importantly or just as import is the current impact of global warming Look at recent weather events in the New York area are the hurricanes that occurred over the past few years just coincidental or is this a new era of weather patterns
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