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  • Yes, climate change can be mitigated as it has significant effects on the world, including changes in rainfall patterns, increased sea levels, loss of wildlife species, high temperatures, shrinking of Arctic ice, stronger storms and hurricanes, prolonged heatwaves, spread of diseases, and economic losses. To address these issues, several strategies can be implemented to help combat climate change. For instance, individuals can save energy at home, opt for sustainable modes of transportation such as walking, biking, or taking public transport, consume a plant-based diet by eating more vegetables, and be mindful of travel choices. These measures contribute to the overall effort of halting climate change.

  • Blissful_lobster I like how you provided several examples of what causes climate change. Are there ways in which countries/leaders can encourage people to get involved in stopping these changes?