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Abrupt climate change

Abrupt climate change

Abrupt climate change is difficult to define subjective as it’s depending on large measurements of samples/data intervals in certain research over a rather long time. However, it can be defined as a sudden and rapid alteration of the global climate that results from climate feedbacks caused by GHG emissions (loss of arctic ice) and/or external variations in solar energy. Read more..

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Aerosols

Aerosols

Aerosols The aerosol is a term used to describe a collection of airborne solid or liquid particles with a typical size between 0.01 and 10 μm that reside in the atmosphere from periods of hours to days or months. They may be natural or anthropogenic in origin....
Anthropogenic climate change

Anthropogenic climate change

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...
Carbon colonialism

Carbon colonialism

Carbon colonialism is a term used by critics of carbon trading to describe the way in which carbon offset’s projects can be used by rich consumers in the North to displace their high-carbon consuming practices by offsetting their emissions cheaply in the South. By the name of climate change this trade/barter opens the door to a new form of colonialism. Read more..

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