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Greenhouse Effect: A* understanding for IGCSE Biology 4.12 4.13 4.14

The Greenhouse Effect is the name given to the way in which the earth’s atmosphere acts to warm up the planet.  The earth and the moon gain almost exactly the same incident radiation from the sun and yet average temperature on the earth is stable at around 14 degrees Celsius.   277 more words

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Greenhouse Effect Expansion Contributes to Climate Change

Climate change is a result of human activities interfering with the Greenhouse Effect – the natural warming of the Earth through trapping heat.

While the Greenhouse Effect is needed for survival, the overabundance of greenhouse gases in our atmosphere are a cause for concern. 15 more words

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Lifestyle Changes Are Able to Stop Climate Change

Making changes to daily routines will either make or break global warming. Many people are unaware of how their decisions affect our environment.

While bringing attention to the issue is a key concept, there are many alternative choices available that are environmentally friendly. 15 more words

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Polar ice melting: A Threat to Asia-Pacific

Sea level rise is an inevitable consequence of the overall increase in greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and the subsequent heat trapped in the earth’s atmosphere. 1,170 more words

Evidence for Climate Change: A* understanding for IGCSE Biology (part 2) 4.12 4.13 4.14

Before you can look at the science of climate change and how human activities are causing it, you first need to accept that we are currently undergoing a period in which our climate is changing at an unprecedented and rapid rate. 322 more words

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The Global Warming Hoax | Lord Monckton and Stefan Molyneux

Geoengineering was never brought up…~TS

Lord Christopher Monckton joins Stefan Molyneux to discuss the failure of alarmist global warming models to offer accurate predictions, why CO2 is not a significant driver of climate change, the scientific manipulations which are used to push the global warming agenda and the new information which will further expose the global warming hoax. 72 more words


Greenhouse gases: not just a bunch of hot air

I saw this last week on the Australian Sydney Morning Herald site and it’s good and needs to be shared. It explains the greenhouse effect and how we can tell it’s us making the planet warmer in less than 4 minutes.