Greenhouse gases have led to a steady increase in global temperatures. Local weather patterns are becoming more and more extreme
Greenhouse gases have led to a steady increase in global temperatures. Local weather patterns are becoming more and more extreme. The receding and melting of polar ice caps provide easily observable evidence of global warming. Glaciologists measure the changes in the mountain ice, while the CryoSat Project records the changes in the polar ice masses from a satellite. Reduction of dependence of fossil fuels is central to the efforts to stop the greenhouse gas effect.
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