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In the past, the effects of climate-change have largely been climatological. There are many types of records such as global temperature rise, increase in sea level, warming oceans, shrinking ice sheets, declining arctic sea ice, retreating glaciers, and ocean acidification that prove it is happening [1]. We also know that there has been an increase ...

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Recently Yale University released results of its climate-change opinion survey [1]. It showed that 70 % of Americans understand that global warming is happening, and that 75 % of Americans support regulating carbon dioxide (CO2) as a pollutant. However, only 53 % of Americans understood that humans are the cause of global warming, and most surprisingly only 49 ...

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