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Why The Climate Crisis Is About To Get Much Worse

I see two possible futures for humanity. One — our species manages to survive the next couple hundred years and achieve something resembling a utopian society. Two — we end up killing ourselves off before then, just as many other well-developed civilisations have before us. Think of this terrible scenario...

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What Is The Future Of Earth’s Climate?

The future of Earth’s climate is something that is often debated. What will our weather be like? How will sea levels fluctuate and how will this impact coastal regions? Scientists have been studying and puzzling out the mysteries of Planet Earth’s climate since they started looking at it, hundreds of...

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The Climate Change Ice Age Why You Should Be Prepared

There’s a strong possibility that the climate could change and drastically alter life as we know it. I don’t think there’s any sane person who would disagree to this. The reality is, we are not going to escape an ice age. It may be fast or slow, but the change...

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What It Is Global Warming And What Can You Do To Help

Have you ever wondered what global warming is? Most people associate it with hot summers, rising sea levels and natural disasters. For some, it may be a science fiction movie, but the sad reality is that it’s very real. Global warming is the steady increase in average temperatures on earth,...

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What Happens If The Antarctic Ice Sheet Collapses?

In recent years, more and more people have started sharing concerns about the future of the world as we know it. These worries range from natural disasters to political protests, but today I’d like to focus on another reason why people are worried: the possibility of the Antarctic Ice Sheet...

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Carbon Dioxide Levels Are Increasing

Today, carbon dioxide levels that are in the atmosphere are significantly greater than when humans began the widespread use of fossil fuels throughout the industrial revolution. The long-lived greenhouse gas that drives climate change has changed naturally throughout our planet’s history. Still, scientists are clear that the current accumulation is...

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