Monday, August 6, 2007

Do you feel Warm?

Hey...try to catch Oprah tomorrow! Al Gore will be on with Global Warming. If you have not seen An Inconvenient Truth yet please do! My students & I saw it last semester during Earth Week (well few parts cut) and it was just so eye opening! To see what some ice-covered countries looked like before & now what they look like is just so sad! I had no idea on so much of what he presented. The DVD is at WalMart very cheap & it is very much worth getting & showing everyone you know. This is our children's planet we are saving & the animals!!! Heck, for what they are saying it may be my elderly years! Sometimes we think we are not making a difference in the world...we ALWAYS ARE! The question is...what kind of difference are you making! And everyone's small role does add up! I know the hard cold winters with lots of snow I experience when I was a kid I really haven't seen since...wonder why!? Yep...we are warming up! Now, we might have complained then but this is not what we had in mind!

What do you do to help with Global Warming? What else do you think you can start doing?


mariealicejoan said...

Oh, I sure wish we could get Oprah over here.  It's one of the few things I miss from home!  I always loved watching her show, especially her favourite things show!

chat2missie said...

Well, for one, I recycle of course.  I wish I had one of those hybrid cars but can't afford one right now.

rdautumnsage said...

Thanks for posting this dear heart. I have an icon that you can click on my sidebar that is a pledge for a better Earth. I do what I can to make others aware of doing their part to help. Despite what people think, every little bit does help. (Hugs) Indigo

acoward15 said...

I still haven't had chance to see this yet, but really want to.

ceilisundancer said...

Today is quite warm indeed, okay, HOT actually.  Hot can happen, of course, and cycles can and do happen, and there is some naturally-produced warming, but overall, yes, our globe is warming up and us humans have had a huge impact on that.  One simple thing -- don't use aerosol sprays!  Duh -- so many of them have wonderful, equally (or better) substitutes in non-aerosol versions. may also be of interest to you and/or some of your readers.  -- Robin