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by Kiki Warr
Author: Kiki Warr
Publisher: Open University Worldwide (January 27, 2007)
Category: Math Science
Subcategory: History and Philosophy
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Droughts are already making conflict more likely. As the world gets hotter, mayhem could spread. Some . m people have been forced to flee the fighting. The most obvious cause of their suffering is ideological.
What is climate change? The planet's climate has constantly been changing over geological time. Climate change: Where we are in seven charts.
Climate change involves natural and man-made changes to weather patterns that occur over millions of years or over decades
Climate change involves natural and man-made changes to weather patterns that occur over millions of years or over decades. Scientific studies describing this climate change continue to be produced and its expected impacts continue to be assessed. In California, the California Environmental Protection Agency has found temperatures have risen by about . degrees since 1895.
The natural world: Climate change will not only have a severe impact on people, but also devastate the natural world and lead to the extinction of important species. Food shortages: We are already seeing in many parts of the world that climate change is leading to food shortages as a direct consequence of extreme weather conditions. Conflicts/wars: If no action is taken on climate change, then it is likely that there will be more conflicts between nations, especially over water supplies. Cost: It has been shown that any delay in making emission cuts will increase the cost of reducing carbon dioxide by almost 50%. auses