Green New Deal
What exactly is the Green New Deal, and how can we fix this issue?​
We have seen significant changes to climate in the early 2000s and how we see climate change today. In the early 2000s, the weather had a temperature Average Monthly High of 48.5 and an Average Monthly Low of 31.1
 
The climate has changed, that we are worried for our kids' safety when they leave the house. We need to get the weather under control for the protection of our people and communities.
How can we stop the climate from changing day by day?
Well, this is a good question! Although, we cannot guarantee a perfect universe. But there are ways we can eliminate climate from changing. (I am not proposing that we stop the weather), as Utah is known for the lovely snowy mountains so we can go skiing. Or hiking during summertime. What I propose is that we do take complete control of climate change. One day it may be sunny, and then an hour later, a storm hits; this is not what climate should be like and needs to be more observant.
My proposal
  • Improving energy efficiency.
  • Reduce water waste.
  • Reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
  • Modernizing infrastructure.
Improving Energy Efficiency.
Energy efficiency reduces emissions from power plants, improves grid resilience during periods of electricity demand, saves consumers money, and creates jobs in the building and energy sectors.  
Well, this is what we need to focus on in the senate. Improving energy efficiency includes a way such as insulate your water heater and pipes, install a programmable thermostat, swap out light bulbs, replace appliances before they die, clean and replace filters, etc.
These are just a few examples of ways to improve energy efficiency and eliminate climate-changing by the hour.
Reduce Water Waste.
Some ways to reduce water waste include taking shorter shower times, running full loads of laundry or dishes, checking your toilet for leaks, turning off the water while brushing your teeth, etc. These things will reduce water waste and play a big part in Climate; consider reducing water waste.
Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions.
Burning fossil fuels such as natural gas, coal, oil, and gasoline raises the carbon dioxide level in the atmosphere, and carbon dioxide is a significant contributor to the greenhouse effect and global warming. You can help reduce the demand for fossil fuels, which reduces global warming by using energy more wisely. Save electricity and reduce global warming by turning off lights when you leave a room and using only as much light as you need. And remember to turn off your television, stereo, and computer when you're not using them. It's also a good idea to turn off the water when you're not using it. While brushing your teeth, shampooing the dog, or washing your car, turning off the water until you need it for rinsing. These things will help.
Modernizing Infrastructure.
Congress will be instrumental in designing and funding any new federal infrastructure package. Infrastructure investments can reduce emissions and improve resilience to the climate impacts we’re already experiencing. For instance, a modernized grid can better distribute renewable power and make communities more resilient to extreme weather. Any new infrastructure should get built to last, with impacts like rising sea levels and increasingly frequent heatwaves in mind.

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