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 Climate Change 



The science behind global warming and climate change is not new; the link between increasing levels of carbon dioxide in the earth's atmosphere and global warming was first discovered by John Tyndall in the mid-1800s.

Today, scientists widely agree that global climate change is already causing major environmental effects, such as changes in the frequency and intensity of precipitation, droughts, heat waves and wildfires; rising sea level; water shortages in arid regions; new and larger pest outbreaks afflicting crops and forests; and expanding ranges for tropical pathogens that cause human illness. Click here for more information on the basics of climate change science, why sustainability should be important to you, and answers to other frequently asked questions.

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