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16 Irrefutable Signs That Climate Change Is Real

October 3, 2013

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By Dina Spector

A new study published Thursday in the journal Science provides the most definitive — and accurate — evidence yet that polar ice caps on Greenland and Antarctica are melting.

Shrinking ice is not the only telltale sign that climate change is real. From rising air and ocean temperatures to stronger storms to record droughts, evidence of a changing global climate is all around us.

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (also known as the IPCC) has linked many of these changes in climate to an increase in greenhouse gas emissions from human activities, which was documented in a 2007 assessment report compiled by thousands of scientists over decades of research and debate.

Regardless of their causes – whether you believe in anthropogenic drivers, like fossil fuels from power plants and cars or not — the observed changes in climate are scientific facts that have grave implications for the future of natural and human systems.

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Article 2:  The Most Alarming Findings From A Monster Report On Climate Change

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By Dina Spector

On Friday, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) released a summary of the biggest report on climate change since 2007. The final draft will be unveiled Monday.


The new report says with at least 95% confidence that human-emitted greenhouse gases are responsible for most of the Earth’s warming since 1951. Scientists were only 90% confident in 2007, and the human contribution to global warming wasn’t even mentioned in the first report, published in 1990.

Here are some of the key findings:

Atmospheric levels of carbon dioxide have increased by 40% since the industrial revolution, mostly from fossil fuel emissions.

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