It is the rise in mean global temperatures.
But what is it caused by?
What is it?
It's caused by the absorbtion and reemition of longwave radiation from the Earth's surface.
Resulting in slower removal of heat from our atmosphere.
Relative Abundance of Greenhouse Gasses
Sea Level Rise
Ice on land melts into the ocean.
Existing water expland due to increase in heat.
Food shortages could become commonplace.
CO2 From Everywhere!
Reducing our carbon emmisions.
Reducing electricity consumption
Saving our only home!
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