Earth115 M6 - Earth115 M&W 9:35 Jan. 30th, 2007 Article...

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Jan. 30 th , 2007 Article Summary #1 “World Scientists Near Consensus on Warming” By James Kanter and Andrew C. Revkin January 30, 2007 New York Times Global Warming is a serious geological hazard that is affecting people around the world. This article discusses the details of an authoritative report on climate change and proposed ways of decreasing the amount of emissions of carbon dioxide used today. If they cannot come to a consensus, scientists project centuries of rising temperatures and sea levels. They firmly believe that global warming will have a huge impact in the earth’s inevitable transformation if nothing is done soon. The group of scientists from all over the world, have found reasons to believe that there is a great potential for geological hazards throughout the globe. Some of these hazards include, the depleting of ice during summer in the Arctic Ocean and the Alps transforming snowy winters into heat retreats. The scientists biggest concerns are public
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Earth115 M6 - Earth115 M&W 9:35 Jan. 30th, 2007 Article...

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