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Clemmitt, Marcia. “Climate Change.” CQ Reseacher 27 Jan. 2006: 73- 96. Web. 17 Oct. 2011. Marcia Clemmitt holds a bachelor’s degree in arts and science from St. John’s College and a master’s degree in English from Georgetown University. Clemmitt discusses the issue of the effect that global warming is having upon the climate. Over the past 40 years the global climate has been steadily increasing due largely to the higher carbon dioxide levels caused by human activity. Many studies have been done to try to figure out a way to curve the issue. The author uses many sources from books, articles, and studies. The author is obviously an advocate of change trying to show the variety of readers the severity of the issue. I agree that the radical changes of the climate is related to the increased production of carbon dioxide caused by human activity, however I also think that some of the change is a normal occurrence for the planet it’s just happening far quicker than normal. Clemmitt, Marcia. “Energy and Climate.” CQ Researcher 24 July 2009: 621-44. Web. 17 Oct. 2011. Marcia Clemmitt holds a bachelor’s degree in arts and science from St. John’s College and a master’s degree in English from Georgetown University. The article discusses the conflict between the government and major electric power companies. The government offers
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