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Who can I contact about global warming?

Who can I contact about global warming?

You may contact the Climate Change Division at (202) 343-9990.

What can we do to address global warming?

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  1. Speak up!
  2. Power your home with renewable energy.
  3. Weatherize, weatherize, weatherize.
  4. Invest in energy-efficient appliances.
  5. Reduce water waste.
  6. Actually eat the food you buy—and make less of it meat.
  7. Buy better bulbs.
  8. Pull the plug(s).

Who are some experts in climate change?

Top Climate Change Scientists

  • Syukuro Manabe. Known For. Developing the first atmospheric model of Earth’s climate.
  • Susan Solomon. Known For. Pioneering the theory about how and why the ozone hole occurred in Antarctica.
  • James E. Hansen. Known For.
  • Phil D. Jones. Known For.
  • Veerabhadran Ramanathan. Known For.

Who manages global warming?

The Office of Global Change is responsible for implementing and managing U.S. international policy on climate change, and representing the United States in negotiations under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), and in many other international fora focused on climate change, including the …

Which government department is responsible for climate change?

Department of Energy and Climate Change
Department of Energy and Climate Change – Wikipedia.

How do I write a letter to climate change?

Here’s a basic outline:

  1. Introduce yourself, sharing something personal: “I’m a constituent and a voter,” or “I live in [city] with my family”
  2. Share your concern about climate change and why the issue of climate change is important to you: “Climate is a priority issue for me because…”
  3. Make your Ask.
  4. Conclude your letter.

How can you tell if the climate is changing?

Temperatures are rising world-wide due to greenhouse gases trapping more heat in the atmosphere. Droughts are becoming longer and more extreme around the world. Tropical storms becoming more severe due to warmer ocean water temperatures.

What is the climate change act called?

A bill to create clean energy jobs, achieve energy independence, reduce global warming pollution and transition to a clean energy economy.