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View Resource Human Health

Researchers have found that there is a close link between local climate and the occurrence or severity of some diseases and other threats to human health. It is estimated that climate change...

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View Resource Extreme Weather

Most of the potentially damaging consequences relating to climate change are associated with extremes- the number of heat waves, floods, or severe storms, for example. Since extreme weather events...

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View Resource Climate Change

The term "climate change" is often used interchangeably with "global warming." However, given the wide range of impacts beyond temperature variations, the former is generally the preferred in the...

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View Resource Environment and Security

The Climate Institute defines environmental refugees as "people fleeing from environmental crises, whether natural or anthropogenic events, and whether short or long term." An inability to gain a...

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View Resource Renewable and Alternative Energy

In recent decades, technologies have been developed that harness the energy of the sun, the wind, the earth and even the ocean. While current supplies of coal, oil, and natural gas are finite and...

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