Climate Change Isn’t News anymore

California suffering through driest three years ever recorded, with no relief in sight. Image credit: NOAA Climate change isn’t news anymore. No one could remain shocked by what is happening in the atmosphere these…

Climate Change Isn’t News anymore

California suffering through driest three years ever recorded, with no relief in sight. Image credit: NOAA

Climate change isn’t news anymore. No one could remain shocked by what is happening in the atmosphere these days. Since the first reports of climate change emerged in the early 1990s when a University of Wisconsin study pointed to a change in the normal temperature of the planet, climate change has been identified as a global phenomenon of some global importance. The first global warning system was set up in the late 1980s when the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) was established, which is one of the world’s foremost climate scientists. A report released in 2007 warned that the effects from global warming could be devastating for the world’s poorest nations.

This report makes the case that human activity is the main cause of climate change, not the sun or anything else that cannot be explained by human behavior. It further states that we have as yet only identified one significant human caused change (warming) in global mean temperatures over the last several decades. The report also states that there is a direct relationship between the extent of human caused climate change over the study period and the rate of increase in global mean temperatures. The report also notes that we have only identified one significant human caused change over the study period (warming) while there are many other changes occurring on a global scale that we do not yet know how to measure or identify. Also, the IPCC has reported that there is no evidence to confirm the existence of an anthropogenic forcing in climate change. The IPCC also claims that the effects of climate change, including a general increase in global mean temperatures, are irreversible.

“Our ability to prevent, mitigate or adapt to climate change depends on the public’s understanding of the reality and severity of climate change. The IPCC’s Fourth Assessment Report contains important new findings that are relevant not just for the United States but also for other countries. It describes the current extent and human and

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