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STRANDED polar bears and walruses, melting glaciers, dried-out rivers, droughts, ocean current changes, mass extinction, mudslides, flooding and deforestation – is it really THAT bad, or are these doomsday scenarios all just scare tactics to bump us into action? Is global warming real? Is the Earth that out of sync that we could soon face a climate Armageddon? In our exclusive five-part series, you’ll read some very alarming facts about our current global warming situation. We will put every misconception you’ve ever heard to rest. We will take you through steps and easy lifestyle adjustments you can implement to help catapult eco change. We will rope in experts who will give you sound advice about going green, recycling and reducing plastic consumption. Because unlike a zombie apocalypse, global warming IS REAL, and YOU can make a difference and do your part to help preserve the planet.

“TWENTY FIVE years ago people could be excused for not knowing much, or doing much, about climate change. Today we have no excuse. No more can– Desmond Tutu (theologian & Nobel laureate)

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