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Unformatted text preview: Mike Mesrobian Mike Roman Guatemela and Spain Paper 1B 11/10/09 Fossil Fuels: A Doomed Collision with Fate With the world engulfed in a fierce battle over restrictions on emissions, the ultimate loser, our planet, slowly bleeds away its fragile livelihood, dieing a death crueler than any hunter dare inflicts upon even the most violent moose he encounters on the chase. Such is the destiny of the ultimate human flaw: greed. As countries such as China and the United States of America expand their respective economies in-order to fulfill their own citizens’ material desires, moderately and less developed countries, such as Spain and Guatemala, respectively, must cut cost corners in-order to survive at the expense of polar bears, the ever grayer hair of Al Gore, and essential polar caps. Is there a reasonable solution to the epic clash between desire and justice? Probably not, however before resorting to space colonization the human race has begun an epic dual with itself to lessen its impact on the world. In detailing the struggles of Spain and Guatemala, the modern strategies for combating the release of CO2 into the atmosphere become evident and demonstrate their promise for a better future and, just maybe, a new hope. Frankly the best way for Guatemala to prevent the global warming crisis from furthering is to stay out developed world. A simpler economy without a lot of economic...
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