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Modern models of climate change are grounded in observable evidence and reasonable inference, so they can be regarded as factual. Global warming happens when sunlight warms the Earth's surface and causes it to radiate he... More »

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Studies published in peer-reviewed scientific journals state that upward of 97 percent of actively publishing climate scientists agree that the climate is changing, likely due in part to human activity. Many prominent sc... More »

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Global warming is an increase in global average atmospheric temperature that results in corresponding climate changes, possibly a result of the greenhouse effect. The greenhouse effect is a result of increased levels of ... More »

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Effects of environmental destruction include global warming, climate change, ozone layer depletion, land degradation and human disease. Environmental destruction occurs when events deplete the earth's natural resources. ... More »

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During a high school debate on global warming, explain that the scientific community at large warns of severe negative consequences to come if humans do not take action to stop climate change from occurring. Cite reputab... More »

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When fossil fuels are burned, they release carbon monoxide into the atmosphere that is believed to negatively affect Earth's climate and contribute to global warming. A reduction in fossil fuel usage slows climate change... More »

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Global warming affects people by impacting climate with higher temperatures and catastrophic weather conditions, causing health problems by exacerbating pollution and spreading pests, and decreasing living space through ... More »

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