- Posted June 26, 2014 by
What's really happening to our planet?
These days are being rainy, sunny, cloudy, sunny and rainy again. Campaigns for the climate change are being a lot but the question is:
Is it too late to save the planet?
Big jump in temperatures, lightening storms more often than ever, tornadoes which started their show in Italy last year. We indeed have been destroying this planet for many years, and still, campaigns to "save the planet" seem not to be working efficiently enough.
Those mathematical schemes which used to work, now they seem to be useless against winds which change their direction every hour?
Volcanoes and earthquakes are the natural phenomenons which scare me most. We're sat on a big "pressure cooker" and sooner or later this "pressure cooker" will explode.
Speaking about glaciers, scientists have said that they will be completely melted in 50 years. So what about next?
Let's sum everything up: more tornadoes, earthquakes, sudden climate change, melting glaciers, volcanoes (s.o.s. Vesuvio), solar and lightening storms, enlarging the ozone hole... it doesn't seem to appear a happy scenery at last!
Is it anything we can do? Campaigns need to be spread all over the world right now in order to sensitize people.
In the meantime, happy Autumn everyone!