The Earth is facing problems due to rising pollution and global warming over the past few years. Many nations in the world have come together to protect the earth from problems such as pollution and global warming. These countries have put together a mass movement to save the world. This anti-pollution movement has caught up all over the globe during the last 3 years. From 153 countries 11,000 scientists said we can save earth now or never.

The growing outbreak of air pollution and the ever-increasing human impact on the climate have raised alarm bells in the Earth. 11,000 scientists from 153 countries around the world have declared a climate emergency warning that we have to improve our habit of living to address the climate crisis.

To deal with this, they have given six comprehensive policy goals that every nation should implement. A written report on the climate crisis in the Bioscience General says that there is a big challenge in reducing greenhouse gas emissions.

There is a requirement that the governments of all countries set a term of zero carbon emissions so that the future of our future generations is protected from diseases. If we are not yet aware of this pollution and global warming, generations to come will also yearn for pure air and freshwater.

Despite the climate, global negotiations of the past 40 years, we have failed to address this crisis, said William Ripple, professor of environmental science at Oregon State University. The study gives findings on a set of easy-to-understand indicators that demonstrate the human impact on climate. 40 years of greenhouse gas emissions, for instance, population growth rates, per capita meat production, low trees globally, are the result of rising global temperatures, and ocean water levels.

In terms of energy, it is pronounced that the world must implement large-scale energy efficiency and conservation practices. The utilization of renewable sources of energy has to be increased so that the use of fossil fuels is reduced. Maria Abbett, a prof of biology, said: "She hopes the study will increase awareness among people. Like other organisms, we are not adapted to recognize the far-reaching environmental hazards of the environment around us." 

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