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Anthropogenic climate change

Anthropogenic climate change is a term that started with the industrial revolution in the 1850s and continued growing ever since. The total consumption of non-renewable sources of energy is intense, CO2 levels elevated from a concentration of 280 ppm to more than 400 ppm today. The scenario for the end of the 21st century is scary as it will continue growing to reach between 550-580 ppm; the negative impact is high, particularly the agriculture and fishing sector. Illustration: Causes of global warming. See Petroleum


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