BluePlanetEcosystem.com: Let's Stop Climate Change

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What We Do To Help You Fight Climate Change

Provide actionable advice to help you reduce your CO2 emissions
Provide solutions to remove CO2 from our atmosphere and restore global ecosystems
Curate the most important climate change news to keep you informed
Empower you to become climate positive
Spread the message about climate change and global warming
Give you a platform to encourage others to reduce their negative impact on our climate

What Are Our Goals?

Stop climate change and global warming, and reverse the climate damage that was already done to our planet.
Share the message that we can defeat climate change to 1 million people per day.
Empower our climate positive movement to plant 1 million Super-Trees per day.

Why We Do What We Do?

We created Blue Planet Ecosystem to help empower you to fight climate change, by providing actionable advice and easy solutions for you to use to become climate positive.

Our planet is facing the greatest threat it has ever faced from climate change and global warming.

The past seven years have been the hottest ever recorded globally.[4]

If we don't act now, it will soon be too late. Sea levels are rising and if they continue rising at the current pace, we could see a staggering refugee crisis when 100 million are forced to leave their homes because of a 1 meter rise in sea levels.[1]

Between 2030 and 2050, climate change is expected to cause approximately 250,000 additional deaths per year, from malnutrition, malaria, diarrhea and heat stress.[2]

The past seven years have been the hottest ever recorded globally.[4] And yet, 45% of Americans don't believe humans cause climate change,[5] and 53 percent of those surveyed didn't think the world would avoid climate change’s worst impacts.[6]

The sad fact is that if we all worked together we know that all this is preventable if only we would work together to fight climate change.

That is why we are working hard to give you actionable advice and easy solutions to reduce your carbon footprint to fight climate change.

We only have a few years left to avoid the ever worsening affects of climate change.

If we all took action and made small changes to our lifestyles and worked together we could remove over 2,000 billion tons of CO2 and take a significant step towards reversing more the than 100 years worth of climate damage caused by our use of fossil fuels.

Will you do nothing, and have no answer when, in the future, your grandchildren and great-grandchildren ask you what you did to fight the climate disaster they inherited from us?

Or will you join us and other climate defenders, and work together to win the war against climate change?

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Want To Help Others Fight Climate Change Too?

If you can spare a few minutes a week to help spread the message about climate change and what we can do to fight it, consider learning more about our Climate Ambassador Program. Contact us to get started.

Our Mission

Our mission is help you reduce or eliminate your CO2 emissions, by providing easy, actionable advice and solutions that you can use to become climate positive.

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Sources

[1] Al Gore, Testifying to the U.S. Senate, March 21, 2007, https://www.govinfo.gov/content/pkg/CHRG-110shrg55923/html/CHRG-110shrg55923.htm

[2] World Health Organization, https://www.who.int/

[3] According to the biennial Living Planet Report published by the Zoological Society of London and the WWF.

[4] European Union's Copernicus Climate Change Service as reported by CBS News, https://www.cbsnews.com/news/hottest-years-record-climate-change-copernicus/

[5] Guardian/YouGov Poll by Vice News, https://www.vice.com/en/article/qjbd9m/vice-guardian-poll-americans-climate-change-man-made-climate-crimes

[6] Pew Research Center Poll as reported by NBC News, https://www.nbcnews.com/science/environment/americans-agree-climate-change-issue-differ-rcna18000

[7] Oxfam, https://www.oxfam.org/en/5-natural-disasters-beg-climate-action

[8] Coastal Blue Carbon, NOAA, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, 17 February 2022, https://oceanservice.noaa.gov/ecosystems/coastal-blue-carbon/