My heating bills are higher than usual this winter

I really hope that climate change isn’t having as much of an impact on humanity as scientists claim, but I’m probably hoping for nothing.

  • I’ve seen the research and find it compelling, especially given what happened to the ozone layer prior to the global ban on harmful propellants in aerosol cans.

When the Montreal Protocol was adopted in the late 1980s, we were on the verge of a global disaster. After hearing about it in high school, I became interested in climate science and efforts to reduce the human impact on global climate change. Unfortunately, the next century has a bleak outlook. Water levels could rise to the point where large swaths of the southern coastline vanish by the end of the century. We’re all doomed at some point in the future, though the precise date is unknown. For the time being, I’m over here worrying about what I’ll do in the future just to pay my energy bills. The cost is not only environmental but also financial. Even after accounting for inflation-based price increases, heating my house has cost me significantly more than usual this year. Utilizing my electric heater constantly isn’t something I planned for. Climate change, I feel, is to blame, as summers are becoming hotter and winters are becoming colder. Even if you mysteriously die before any additional global crises develop, you cannot avoid the repercussions. However, climate change is unquestionably responsible for the devastation caused by wildfires and storms. I am hopeful that in the future, we may be able to develop strategies to reduce some of these impacts.
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