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The most important number we should pay attention to is the amount of greenhouse gas in the atmosphere.

The most important number we should pay attention to is the amount of greenhouse gas in the atmosphere.

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Climate change is not all just devastating droughts and scorching heat waves. Rather it’s a myriad of impacts playing out in the incalculabl...

Climate change is not all just devastating droughts and scorching heat waves. Rather it’s a myriad of impacts playing out in the incalculabl...

Faux Pause: Ocean Warming, Sea Level Rise And Polar Ice Melt Speed Up, Surface Warming To Follow

Faux Pause: Ocean Warming, Sea Level Rise And Polar Ice Melt Speed Up, Surface Warming To Follow

Unprecedented B.C. glacier melt seeps into U.S. climate change concerns

Most B.C., Alaska glaciers 'shrinking substantially'

Unprecedented B.C. glacier melt seeps into U.S. climate change concerns

Climate Changed - A picture of a buoy anchored near a remote webcam at the North Pole shows a meltwater lake surrounding the camera on July 22, 2013. The meltwater lake started forming July 13, following 2 weeks of warm weather in the high Arctic. In early July, temperatures were 2-5 degrees Fahrenheit (1-3 degrees Celsius) higher than average over much of the Arctic Ocean, according to the National Snow & Ice Data Center

Climate Changed - A picture of a buoy anchored near a remote webcam at the North Pole shows a meltwater lake surrounding the camera on July 22, 2013. The meltwater lake started forming July 13, following 2 weeks of warm weather in the high Arctic. In early July, temperatures were 2-5 degrees Fahrenheit (1-3 degrees Celsius) higher than average over much of the Arctic Ocean, according to the National Snow & Ice Data Center

Adelie penguins on Ross Island, Antarctica, are finding it harder to feed as melting sea ice fragments to form giant icebergs.

Penguins suffering from climate change, scientists say

Adelie penguins on Ross Island, Antarctica, are finding it harder to feed as melting sea ice fragments to form giant icebergs.

cheat sheet-and it is NOT JUST that ONE area of the planet has changed (mercury up) it is simultaneously rising, all over the planet-unlike in other mercury up -but down- in other proxies. they use ancient pollen counts/ash deposits/sediment deposits/tree cuttings/coral  cuttings/ancient carbon bubbles in ice/permafrost melt

This cheat sheet will make you win every climate argument

cheat sheet-and it is NOT JUST that ONE area of the planet has changed (mercury up) it is simultaneously rising, all over the planet-unlike in other mercury up -but down- in other proxies. they use ancient pollen counts/ash deposits/sediment deposits/tree cuttings/coral cuttings/ancient carbon bubbles in ice/permafrost melt

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