Can a man like Roger Federer be the answer against global warming?



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Can a man like Roger Federer be the answer against global warming?

Can a man like Roger Federer be the answer against global warming? The news is of few hours ago: on 2020 February 9th, in the South Pole, at temperatures of 20.75 degrees was recorded at the Argentinian Marambio base, on the Seymour island (64 ° 14 'South latitude) in front of the Antarctic Peninsula.

On 2020 February 6th in another Argentinian base, Esperanza (63 ° 24 'South latitude), a temperature of 18.3 degrees was recorded. It was a record for the Antarctic continent; the South Pole is experiencing the highest temperatures of Southern Summer in history.

How can a man alone fight a process that seems infirmable? How can a single person stand as a bulwark against a phenomenon that, according to many experts, will only get worse in the coming years? Federer, thanks to his popularity, his appeal for brands and thanks to the love that fans have for him, could be the ambassador in the world to talk to those who are needed to try to put a brake on global warming.

According to many, the cause would derive from the uncontrolled increase in the greenhouse effect: anthropogenic activity could be the cause of both the highest temperatures on land and sea, and of extreme atmospheric phenomena.

People like Roger Federer can raise public awareness and lead the crowds towards a new awareness, where everyone, even in their own home environment, manages to recycle and help slow global warming.