global climate change

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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: climate change - a change in the world's climate
temperature change - a process whereby the degree of hotness of a body (or medium) changes
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This book discusses global climate change by focusing on the interdependence between energy and the environment.
The global climate change summit, facilitated by the United Nations, delivered a historic agreement when, for the first time, 191 nations committed to collectively addressing the effects of climate change.
Gayundin, sa mga pagpupulong sa biyaheng ito, isusulong po natin ang ating adbokasiya kaugnay ng global climate change.
Over 120 heads of state and governments attended this week's summit, and announced new measures and partnerships to combat the global climate change challenge.
Earth Hour is a simple concept that quickly turned into a global phenomenon Last 2013, over 7,000 cities, towns, provinces and municipalities in 154 countries and territories switched off their lights for one hour to highlight awareness on global climate change.
Sheffield and her team concluded that better measures to reduce carbon pollution that contributes to global climate change should be implemented.
In this second in a series of pamphlets addressing the law of global climate change, environmental lawyers review the laws that require companies to disclose their environmental practices in filings with the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and other financial statements.
Dr Hoffmann added that the effects of global climate change can be predicted by reconstructing the geological past.
This short book edited by Lindy Scott explores global climate change from a variety of angles.
This report is intended to highlight the public health imperative created by global climate change, discuss the role of the nursing profession in addressing this threat, and propose prompt and decisive action to slow, stop, and even reverse the current crisis.
That's why a group of Washington's most innovative producers are joining university researchers, natural resource conservationists, and advocates for agriculture to assess the risks and potential opportunities presented by global climate change.
To mark the second anniversary of the Kyoto Protocol's entry into force on 16 February, EU Environment Commissioner Stavros Dimas called for the international community to begin negotiations urgently on a comprehensive global climate change treaty that would succeed Kyoto when its targets expire in 2012.

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