By Ariana Cristille Pagdanganan
If the supply decreases, the demand increases.
This basic principle in economics holds true on addressing today’s one of the most pressing issues which is climate change. What causes this has always something to do with mankind’s day-to-day activities, consequently becoming unaware that they have already depleted the earth’s natural resources.
According to the Department of Ecology in the state of Washington, climate “is usually defined as the average weather in a place. It includes patterns of temperature, precipitation (rain or snow), humidity, wind and seasons.” This weather condition affects every human interaction in the world, may it be in one’s culture or economy. But yet again, today’s climate has been changing drastically. Scientists call this earthly condition as climate change. This sudden change will continue to flourish and destroy every life faster than anyone can fathom in the last 2,000 years (“What is…
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