World View of global warming
Scientists count and measure plants high in the Austrian Alps.
Environmental photojournalist and writer Gary Braasch will offer lectures, exhibits and other events from Sept. 30 to Oct. 2 at Cornell. He will present his award-winning images of climate change, with an emphasis on people who are working to limit the effects of global climate disruption. He has traveled from polar regions to the Himalayas and the Great Barrier Reef following scientists at work and witnessing the effects of climate change around the world.
The visit will also include two exhibitions of Braasch’s work, available through October. His “Glacier” series will be on display at Plantations’ Nevin Welcome Center and selections from “World View of Global Warming” will be exhibited at Mann Library, which will use Braasch’s exhibit and visit as the catalyst for “A Year of Thinking Creatively about Climate Change” (#thinkclimateMann).
Administration views on global climate change: hearing before the Subcommittee on Economic Policy, Trade, and Environment of the Committee on Foreign ... Third Congress, first session, May 18, 1993
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Why is the world experiencing global warming?
For 200 years, burning fossil fuels and deforestation have caused heat-trapping "greenhouse gases" to increase in our atmosphere.
How is global warming a threat to the world?
Yes. If it continues the changes to the environment will be catastrophic.
It is increasing the temperature of the world day by day.