Some people think that instead of preventing climate change, we need to find a way to live with it. To what extent do you agree or disagree?
In recent decades, global warming has been recieving a great deal of media attention around the world due to its substantial impacts to human life. Some people advocates the idea coexistence between climate change and humans appears plausible, yet we should find out other practical approaches to combat climate change instead of accepting it as a natural circle.
Some reasons are given to account for coexistence with climate change. First, It is argued that we are not strong enough to resist the law of nature. This means that the climate change is inevitable in circle of the Earth. Japan, ror example, is a country that anually suffers earthquakes or some the Asian coastal countries worry about typhoons due to its their geographic locations. therefore, the actions against the natural disaster or climate change is in vain to many people.
However, there are a whole host of reasons that the coexistence can do more harm than good. First, climate change largely shaped by human activities rather than nature itself. For example, the use of vehicle of human or the generation of a large amount of carbon dioxide coming form industrial zones – one of major latalysts for climate change. Therefore, it can be implied that if we were not held accountable for our contribution to global warming, the issue of climate change would inevitably be exacerbated. Second, If we do not against global warming, dealing with future consequences of climate change can be overwhelming. For instance, the increase in intensity and frequency of storms can cause massive destruction and deaths in many coastal areas, which would take decades to recover. In addition, rising temperature have also contributed to extinction of species worldwide. It should be noted that the extinction is irreversable and comes at great cost to the ecosystem and apparently humans living within it.
In conslusion, we should all fight against climate change in lieu of accepting it as a natural law.