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To understand the true severity and consequences that the world will face in the next one-hundred years or even less one must truly imagine what the planet might possible look and feel like in the future Take a journey with me into the future we will visit planet earth in the year 2100 Form an aerial view point the land masses of the future will look more like a prehistoric version of the earth The rising sea level has caused low lying land masses to be covered in water The people of this new planet earth have only read about places like Florida Hawaii the island of the Caribbean etc from history books As we move in to take a closer look the tropical rain forests are now dry desserts and places like the Sahara dessert are covered in water The people living in the future have a very difficult life they are faced with constant attacks from extremely violent storms and hurricanes The increased temperature has caused weather problems such as El Nino to occur more frequently and with more velocity NRDC There is a scarce supply of natural raw material and many of the beautiful plants and animals that were once roaming in abundant numbers can only be seen in museums It is frightening to think that are beautiful nurturing environment could one day become a desolate world due to are mistakes The people of the past have always dreamed about what the world would belike in the future Out of the realm of mere slavish imitation of nature into much more interesting world of human inventions The Brave New World They dreamed of the tremendous possibilities and advances in technology but up until the last one-hundred years nobody was concerned with what the cost on the environment would be For instance in the last century the temperature has been slowly rising due to the emissions of fossil fuels As well
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