The Importance Of Climate Change

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Climate Change is generally defined as a change in global or regional climate patterns, in particular a change apparent from the mid to late 20th century onwards and attributed largely to the increased levels of atmospheric carbon dioxide produced by the use of fossil fuels. It has been lately causing several problem to our Earth. Starting from harming the nature with its plants, animals and atmosphere; ending up in harming us as humans in our health and our dependency on nature. Almost all of the researches repeat every single information. However, they leave behind the most momentous question unanswered. Eventually, this resulted in a rumor that has been spread widely among the human population, and resulting in many people getting bewildered in whether climate change is a hoax or is it a real conflict facing us. Recently, studies have shown that 74% of Americans do not care about climate change or give it a sight of importance! When people are confused about climate change, they will keep neglecting it. As a result, we will end up in an incredibly massive problem facing the next generations even more than what we are facing right now. For this reason, it is significant to point out for climate change and the reasons of it being a serious problem, and not a hoax, before we end up in a closed path where there is no return. Nature itself explains the climate change issue. When looking at our Earth we can observe climate change effects and reflect on that. Our Earth’s
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