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1https://climate.nasa.gov/system/content_pages/main_images/1321_cc-vs-gw-vs-wx-768px.jpghttps://climate.nasa.gov/resources/global-warming/NASAWhat’s in a name? Weather, global warming and climate change
Shutterstock credits: wandee007 (left), Amy Johansson (middle), Avatar_023 (right).
Main photo on top of articleJune 2017
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2https://i.ytimg.com/vi/ifrHogDujXw/maxresdefault.jpghttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ifrHogDujXwThe Daily CoversationClimate Change Explained
A straightforward explanation of Climate Change: the heat from human emissions is roughly equal to exploding 400,000 Hiroshima atomic bombs every day. Historically, every time carbon dioxide levels increase in Earth's atmosphere, the average surface temperature increases, ice melts, and the seas rise.
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3https://climate.nasa.gov/system/content_pages/main_images/1320_effects-image.jpghttps://climate.nasa.gov/effects/NASA
The consequences of climate change
The potential future effects of global climate change include more frequent wildfires, longer periods of drought in some regions and an increase in the number, duration and intensity of tropical storms. Credit: Left - Mellimage/Shutterstock.com, center - Montree Hanlue/Shutterstock.com.
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4https://climate.nasa.gov/system/internal_resources/details/original/103_shutterstock_88550854-740px.jpghttps://climate.nasa.gov/solutions/adaptation-mitigation/NASAResponding to Climate Change
Credit: kwest/Shutterstock.com , NASA is a world leader in climate studies and Earth science. While its role is not to set climate policy or prescribe particular responses or solutions to climate change, its purview does include providing the robust scientific data needed to understand climate change. NASA then makes this information available to the global community – the public, policy- and decision-makers and scientific and planning agencies around the world.
Main photo on top of articleJune 2017
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5http://www.davidsuzuki.org/issues/assets_c/2010/09/smokestack%20sunset-thumb-480xauto-1723.jpghttp://www.davidsuzuki.org/issues/climate-change/science/climate-change-basics/climate-change-101-1/David Suzuki FoundationWhat is climate change?Tagged with climate change, greenhouse gasesMain photo on top of articlenot given
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6https://www.omicsgroup.org/articles-admin/journal-highlight-images/climate-change.jpghttps://www.omicsonline.org/scholarly/climate-change-journals-articles-ppts-list.php
Journal of Climatology & Weather Forecasting
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7https://timedotcom.files.wordpress.com/2016/04/climatechange.jpg?quality=85http://time.com/4308518/climate-change-settled-science/Time
How Climate Deniers Try to Sow Confusion
Decidedly settled science: You can't deny your way out of this mess zhuyongming & Getty Images/Moment RF
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8http://sustyvibes.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/climate-change.jpghttp://sustyvibes.com/finland-voices-concern-us-russian-climate-change-doubters/Susty Vibes
Finland voices concern over US and Russian climate change doubters
New chair of Arctic council calls for Paris treaty on global warming to be respected amid fears of commitment downgrade
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9https://www.nasa.gov/sites/default/files/thumbnails/image/15-115.jpghttps://www.nasa.gov/press-release/nasa-releases-detailed-global-climate-change-projections/NASA
NASA Releases Detailed Global Climate Change Projections
The new NASA global data set combines historical measurements with data from climate simulations using the best available computer models to provide forecasts of how global temperature (shown here) and precipitation might change up to 2100 under different greenhouse gas emissions scenarios.
Credits: NASA
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10https://cdn.theconversation.com/files/115014/width926/image-20160314-11267-w4g81t.jpghttp://theconversation.com/meltdown-earth-the-shocking-reality-of-climate-change-kicks-in-but-who-is-listening-56255The Conversation
Meltdown Earth: the shocking reality of climate change kicks in – but who is listening?
Parts of the Arctic were 16℃ warmer than normal in February. Bernhard Staehli / shutterstock
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