INFOGRAPHIC: Which countries are causing global warming and which are most vulnerable to the effects

September 18, 2015 by  
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The effects of climate change are pretty hard to miss no matter where you live, but some countries are going to feel the brunt of the impact more than others. The following infographic was created by George Washington University ‘s grad program in health administration in order to illustrate which countries are causing global warming and which countries stand to suffer the consequences (spoiler alert: it isn’t the same countries causing it). Read the rest of INFOGRAPHIC: Which countries are causing global warming and which are most vulnerable to the effects

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Study Says Scientists Agree That Man Is Causing Global Warming

December 13, 2012 by  
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Thousands of papers written by scientists over the last twenty years are in agreement that man-made carbon emissions are the driving force behind  climate change . Geologist Dr. James L. Powell of Oberlin College took on the arduous task of filtering through 13,950 papers written on the subject, concluding that just twenty-four of them did not support this fact. Spanning as far back as January of 1991, 99.83 percent agreed that humans play a major role in  global warming . Read the rest of Study Says Scientists Agree That Man Is Causing Global Warming Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: Climate Change , Dr. james L. Powell , eco design , global warming , green design , Oberlin College , Scientists agree global warming , sustainable design

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The Philosopher’s Case for Why You Should Believe in Global Warming

July 14, 2011 by  
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The American public’s perception of climate change is radically different than that of the scientific community’s — this is no secret. While the vast majority of experts on the topic — climate scientists — believe that human activity is causing global temperatures to rise, huge chunks of America don’t share that belief. Most of those dissenters have yielded to ideological concerns, and some to conspiratorial impulses. But, as Gary Gutting argues in this fascinating Opinionator piece , so as long as we accept climate science… Read the full story on TreeHugger

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