Climate Change Catastrophe


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Source theguardian.com / Education Images/Universal Images Group/Getty Images - Guardian: Global ice loss accelerating at record rate, study finds


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Source blog.nationalgeographic.org / The Ocean Agency, XL Catlin Seaview Survey, Richard Vevers and Christophe Bailhache - National Geographic: World-heritage-coral-reefs-likely-to-disappear-by-2100-unless-co2-emissions-reduce-drastically

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Source: kalingatv.com / The New York Times Feb 4 2019 / "Hundreds of homes have already been inundated in the north-east Australian city of Townsville and around 20,000 homes are at risk due to record-breaking rainfall and devastating once-in-a-century floods."


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Source: www.rainforest-alliance.org / Sergio Izquierdo - Rainforest Alliance: "According to Global Forest Watch, we lost 11.9 million hectares of tropical forests in 2019 alone, and rainforest loss continues at a rapid rate—threatening the millions of people who live in forests and destroying a powerful natural climate solution."


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Source: cf.ltkcdn.net / Getty Images - Green Living: "Ocean pollution is a major threat to both marine life and ocean ecosystems. Changes can be made on global and individual scales to make a big impact towards preserving the oceans and saving its marine inhabitants."


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Source: www.mercycorps.org / Mercy Corps


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Source: Source: PDF: World Wildlife Fund / www.wwfca.org / bifrostonline.org /


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Source: www.behance.net / Behance / Nikole Wohlmacher


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Source: i.pinimg.com / SarahBassett.co / Pinterest


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Source: www.ucsusa.org / Union of Concerned Scientists / Each Country's Share of CO2 Emissions - All emissions from 2018. Fuel combustion only. GT = Metric gigatons


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Source: climatechangenews.com / John McColgan / FamousPicture.org : "Photo Summary: An elk pauses to look at the Bitterroot Forest Fire" - Picture Taken: August 6, 2000


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Source: imgur.com / NASAGISS/Simon Lee/Twitter - Global Temperature Map Comparison "The big difference between the heatwaves of 1976 and 2018: June 1976: the UK was one of the warmest places relative to normal across the globe, with most areas cooler than average. June 2018: the UK was just another warm blob in a mostly warmer than normal world."


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Source: www.who.int / www.flickr.com / Brendan Cox / Oxfam / - "Dead and dying animals at the Dambas, Arbajahan, Kenya, which has dried up due to successive years of very little rain. Africa's climates have always been erratic but there is evidence that global warming is increasing droughts, floods and climate uncertainty and unpredictability."


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Source: cdn.mos.cms.futurecdn.net / Mark Wilson/Getty Images - "Hurricane Matthew Heavy waves caused by Hurricane Matthew battered boat docks in Cocoa Beach, Florida, on Oct. 7, 2016." Live Science: New Sea-Level Rise Projection Raises Threat to World's Coasts


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Source: nypost.com / Getty Images/iStockphoto / A garbage dump next to polluting smoke vents - NYpost: "Mainstream scientists say the burning of fossil fuels is causing more floods, droughts, heat waves and rising sea levels."


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Source: webflow.com / Across The Universe; From Quarks To Quasars


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Source: www.alternativesjournal.ca / Alternatives Journal / "Important Bird and Biodiversity Areas (IBAs) are not sufficiently protected" - Graphic showing globally threatened bird species and the percentage threatened by different activities


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Source: www.Slideshare.net / DavidGuarin9 / Biodiversity and Ecosystem Loss


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Source: www.eagrovision.com - Article: 33 Mindblowing Facts About Global Warming In 2021


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Source: www.NPS.gov / National Park Service / Will Elder, NPS / "Left - Regular levels of carbon dioxide (CO2), methane (CH4), and nitrous oxide (N2O) are created by normal life processes, trapping some of the sun's heat and preventing the planet from freezing. Right - The rampant emission of CO2 from burning fossil fuels traps excess heat and results in an increase in the average temperature of our planet. The solution is to reduce human activities that emit heat-trapping gases."