Global Climate Change



At the largest scale, climate change has come to symbolise humanity’s unsustainable actions.

Please take a moment to read the ‘Climate Change’ and ‘Sources of Greenhouse Gasses’ pdf’s below

Climate Change

Sources of Greenhouse Gasses

Weather patterns appear to be increasingly extreme and unpredictable. This seems to be a result of atmospheric pollution, caused by the heavy consumption of fossil fuels that is releasing carbon dioxide (CO2) and other dangerous gasses. The situation is made worse by human destruction of the rainforest that would otherwise help to absorb such pollution.

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Climate change, in particular human-instigated climate change, is not universally accepted; however, let us now examine the scientific evidence. We will also consider how Arts and Humanities research can help to make the case for Global Warming, which has been linked to atmospheric concentrations in greenhouse gasses


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