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Global Warming Newspaper

by Maritza Midence

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Daily School Kids Newspaper
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Monday 21, September 2021
By Maritza Midence
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Global Warming
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The thawing of the poles also affects animals
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Changes through the years
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Earth’s climate is changing at an unprecedented rate. As a result, storms and droughts are becoming more intense. Temperatures are rising. Polar ice caps are melting. This is causing oceans to rise. Low coastal areas are flooding. Animals are losing their habitats. Scientists are sounding the alarm: If we don’t make changes to halt global warming, the planet’s climate will become increasingly unbearable.
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Climate, unlike weather, describes long-term patterns in the conditions of the atmosphere. Earth’s climate as a whole has changed several times throughout history. In the past 650,000 years alone, there have been seven cycles of glacial advance and retreat. Most of these changes are a natural part of Earth’s 4.5 billion–year history. They are due to tiny variations in the Earth’s orbit, which alter the amount of solar energy reaching the planet.

Scientists say that recent changes in Earth’s climate are not due to natural causes. According to NASA, 97% of climate scientists agree there is a direct connection between human activity and the changes occurring on our planet.

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