I think the best way is through movie.
An Inconvenient Truth shocks me a lot, also my classmates. After watching, we are determined to reduce the amount of electricity we use. We do not open the airconditioner unless we have to.
If u have seen the movie, let's act to save our planet. If not, i strongly recommend u to watch it.
Some people see the movie as propanganda and others as truth, just like the Michael Moore movies. If you don't agree with the viewpoint, they are propoganda and if you do, they speak a lot of truth. Propaganda is whatever doesn't support your view of the world. To me, those who say that global warming doesn't exist or isn't a problem are spewing propoganda.
If you're looking for a relatively unbias counter-point to "An Inconvenient Truth", BBC released a documentary last year called "The Great Global Warming Swindle" (It sure sounds bias, I know). The movie examines Gore's hypothesis and shows a variety of counter-arguments and explanations for what Gore passed off as "proof" of global warming.
I'll say this: I watched "An Inconvenient Truth" and believed in global warming. Then I saw "Swindle", and I have no idea.
Oh, disclaimer: "Swindle" doesn't try to disprove global warming, just that it is a man-made phenomenon. It does a decent job, too.
That is a great idea. Most of the people are greatly affected by movies and their morals. It would be convenient to convey the message through a movie. I think the movie ?Day After Tomorrow? was about Global Warming, am I right?
MikeTheGenius said this in post #6 : That is a great idea. Most of the people are greatly affected by movies and their morals. It would be convenient to convey the message through a movie. I think the movie ?Day After Tomorrow? was about Global Warming, am I right?
Actually, I think it just got the reputation of being about global warming. I think it was more about an independent climate phenomenon.