The main causes of global warming can essentially be split into two groups: those that are naturally occurring and those that are man-made.
In May 2013 the iconic Mauna Loa Observatory measured a daily carbon dioxide value above 400 parts per million, a 40% human-driven increase. But we aren't the first to transform Earth's atmosphere.
What do we do about climate change? The answer is subject to intensely polarized debate. What information is trustworthy? Here's how we know climate change will be mostly bad.
This article is first of all trying to answer the question what you and I - as ordinary people - can do to stop global warming. You'll also find a lot of information about global warming in general
You've been lied to. That's the message of "Climate Cover-Up," by PR professional James Hoggan. Find out when, how, and by whom in this enhanced-content review.
While arguments continue to rage about the why's, who's and how's of climate change and global warming, there is something far more sinister happening to our climate that has been stuck on the back burner for the most part : It's called the Tipping...
Yes, I understand that some say that pollution is causing climate change, but what happens if it isn't pollution that is causing it? Is it okay to pollute because the earth will fix itself?
Plants might mitigate the effects of Global Warming but, will the extent of flora's contribution be sufficient to prevent dramatic climate changes?
What do we do about climate change? The answer is subject to intensely polarized debate. What information is trustworthy? Here's how we know that CO2 warms the climate.
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