I believe climate change is the biggest problem facing millennials. Some simple ways to solve or slow down climate change are to get involve by purchasing or using products that can be reused or recycled. For example, using your own bags when grocery shopping (I always have 2-3 reusable bags in my car.) Minimize waste by buying only what you need. Instead of drinking out of a plastic water bottles buy a reusable one. If possible, alternate transportation several days a week like carpool or public transportation. These little changes can have a positive impact on the environment.
Yes! Little things like that can save the planet, & save money in our pocket. Being “earth friendly” is a great way to start
Out of the three biggest problems, I would say that the environment would be the hardest to solve. Although the environment in the United States is the cleanest it has ever been around the world it is still a serious problem, global warming or climate change as the planet is the hottest it has ever been and it seemingly increases each year. Another problem is deforestation and pollution around the world such as in china and how the amazon forest is constantly losing trees. Some solutions could be on how we can use more solar power instead of increasing pollution, using energy powered cars along with biking can also reduce pollution, along with recycling.
I see inequality as the most difficult to solve because everybody is born into different backgrounds and environments, these environments we're raised in can give us prejudice against other people. Such as the way the japanese and koreans treat each other, koreans can be prejudice against japanese because of what their parents tell them, vice versa. My solution would be not to judge others by prejudice, and to treat others with respect.
It’s crazy to think that actually in reality, those are going to be the biggest problems. If it’s not already. Inequality! We all have to be nice to each other at the end of the day all of us as humans we are all in the same situation we are all trying to live we are all trying to get some money. We are working for something. For it can be buying a house Working an 9-5 job or walking around the street looking for recyclables trying to get your next drug money. We are all working! We just have to all be more open minded. We have to be kind to one another. People need to not be too cruel to each other. We all have to relax and really think “wow that customer was rude I wonder what type of battle she facing god bless her/ I’ll send good vibes her way” we all have to be open minded to one each other and slow down.
I believe climate change is one of the most difficult problems to solve because we cultivated a deep dependence on fossil fuels. Major sources of fossil fuels include: cars, trucks, ships airplanes, large industrial operations, and coal-fired power plants. Solutions that may solve climate change are : conserve energy, purchase renewable energy, take public transportations and maybe even consider walking or biking instead of driving. This will help reduce harmful nutrients contributed in pollution that can harm many people and the environment.
Crazy to think that those are the main issues that are on today and will be on later on in life. Inequality would be the hardest to solve just because we will never get along with one another due to different perspectives and always trying to make others happy. Also being very judgmental towards one another did we were just to get along the world would be much happier and with kind people.
Out of the three biggest problems, I think that environment is the biggest problem because they are so complex and there is no right or wrong way in solving them. Some of the biggest environmental problems would be global warming, pollution, and climate change. And some things that would cause them to happen would be the melting of polar ice, increase in temperature, fossil fuel, deforestation, and mining. Lastly, some solutions would be for everybody in the world to start making a few small adjustments to their daily routine by starting with replacing all of their disposable items with reusable items, conserving the amount of water and electricity they use in a day, and by recycling all their paper, plastic, metals, and cardboard. Eventhough, it won't completely solve all of our environmental problems but it would be a start.
None because environment is out of our control we can’t fix anything and technology is always advancing so I don’t even see it as a problem and for the inequality I believe that everyone creates their own chances if you want to be an equal or even better than other people go out and try to fix your situation and don’t sit around waiting for people to be fair with you and to give you equal opportunities because that won’t happen we live in a cruel world
Environment would be the biggest problem from all three. The vast usage of resources causes an increase in waste around the globe. Humans have polluted the earth so greatly that it has affected the earths climate. Affecting our environment and the environment of other living beings. Our oceans are polluted affecting marine life. Global warming is real, and shall be dealt with soon before it is too late. Our generation may not be alive to see the outcome of our ignorance. Future generations will be the ones to suffer the consequences of our actions. It may already be too late to fix this problem. Humans have adapted to their current way of living and would be difficult to let go off their lifestyle. I would say that our progress as humans is what would lead us to our doom.
As to my solution, I would suggest that switching to eco friendly products. Reduce our waste, as well as disposing of it properly. Rather than driving, one shall walk or ride a bike to their destination. These small things can help reduce our carbon footprint on our planet. As well saving yourself money.
While I may not believe in the climate change/ global warming/ extinction movement that has grown to be unnecessarily fanatical and zealous, I do believe that cleaning up pollution in the waterways and wholeheartedly believe that improving our technology instead of outright banning them is a good step. One way I believe that we can lower our fossil fuel usage is to encourage a switch to nuclear power . Whle opponents point to Chernobyl as a reason against it, remember that happened decades ago and the tochnology that keeps reactors safe is vastly improved from early cold war soviet bloc technology. One thing I never see so called climate activists talk about is the amount of pollution coming from China and India. And in fact, China is a signatory of the Paris climate accord but we never hear what they do to lower their carbon emissions. Regardless, technology in the future can reveal many problems as it becomes increasingly integrated into our lives and as they increasingly displace humans in jobs.