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ecomii guides guide to global warming
In partnership with:  Union of Concerned Scientists

Listening to the Science

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Mainstream scientists do not dispute that global warming is happening and that it is already causing unnatural changes in our climate and in the natural places we live in, rely on, and care about. Scientists and economists also warn that the changes brought by global warming and a continued warming trend will bring substantial personal and economic losses for many of us.

But while scientists are clear on the fact that we don’t have the luxury of time, they are also sure that it is not too late to at least slow the warming trend.

Evidence clearly points to our current consumption and lifestyle choices as the primary contributors to global warming. That means a change in some of our habits and choices will reduce global warming and the impacts associated with it.

 
 
 
 
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