Fact #2: We have
levels of greenhouse
stable for at least 650,000 years, by 1/3 in the past 200 years.
These gases are
directly responsible for the greenhouse
which causes global warming.
While there are
changes that have always affected the Earth, these are
recent global warming is not
one of these - it is way too quick and dramatic to be a natural change.
Fact #6: The average
of the Earth is not only increasing
but also accelerating, and so are the carbon emissions.
Fact #7: Both Arctic and Antarctic sea ice
have been melting at a much
quicker rate than what was expected. Consequently the sea levels have
rosen quicker than what was expected.
Fact #8: At the current pace of carbon dioxide emissions, we may have
an ice-free world by 2050-2100. This means a massive increase of sea level
coastal cities drowned and millions of homeless people who will become
Fact #9: We have to
infrastructure and lifestyle to move
towards a low-carbon
Fact #10: If we don't do so, we risk some serious
if not during our own, definitely our kids' lifetime.
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