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Title: Climate change education vital for sustainable future
Authors: Mehta, Tarini
Keywords: Climate change
Greenland ice sheets
Climate change education
Issue Date: 12-Jul-2020
Publisher: The Statesman
Citation: Mehta, T. (July 12, 2020) Climate change education vital for sustainable future. The Statesman
Abstract: The impact of climate change is becoming more and more visible – glaciers are disappearing, the Antarctic and Greenland ice sheets are melting, and seas are rising. Global sea levels rose by about eight inches during the last century, and the rate of increase is accelerating every year. Global temperatures have risen by over 1.6o Fahrenheit (0.9o Celsius) – going even higher in the polar regions. There has also been an increase in precipitation (snow and rainfall) in a number of places, while in others severe drought is taking place and desertification is spreading.
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