Global Warming Impact


Fiona Brown

As of 2021, there are about 41,500 animal species endangered. Biological

Global warming is projected to commit over one-third of the Earth’s animal and plant species to extinction by 2050 if current greenhouse gas emissions trajectories continue — a catastrophic loss that would irreversibly reduce biodiversity and alter both ecosystems and human societies across the globe.” 

Global warming is caused by CO2 (Carbon Dioxide) and other pollutants like fossil fuels collected in the atmosphere and absorbed by sun rays and solar radiation. These pollutants cause the sunlight to be kept in the atmosphere causing the earth to be warmer. As a result, many animals that need cooler temperatures such as polar bears, penguins, and other arctic animals are impacted. As their environment is in danger, some animals are not able to create a lively habitat with these temperatures. 

By walking, riding bikes, scooters, and skateboards to school, you can help prevent this. Motor vehicles contribute to the pollution. And if we keep it up, by 2050 the animals will most likely not be around. So do what you can to help!


  1. Reduce gas powered motor Vehicle usage
  2. Use biodegradable products
  3. Always try to use a non plastic option
  4. Look for products that are environmentally safe