The issues posed by climate change, including the outbreak of anthrax
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Climate change, interchangeable with the term “global warming”, is an umbrella term that refers to the disturbances in weather patterns caused by the emission of toxic substances, and other detrimental ways that human beings influence the environment. The discussion of how, why, and if, our planet has become a dangerous place due to global warming has been the
It has become the subject of political debates, passionate protests, and social divides. Views vary from claims that involve complex conspiracy to skeptics insisting that the entire concept is a hoax. When the majority of those that hold more moderate interpretations of the effects think of climate change, they simply believe that it consists solely of erratic weather changes, or factories emitting dark
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The reports of outbreaks and fatalities are statistic-based and factual. Conversely, the responsibility that human beings hold for such occurrences has sparked a divide amongst groups. Regardless of the political and social quarrels that have emerged as a result of such events, the fact remains that cumulative carbon emissions undoubtedly have destructive effects on the environment, making it one of the most noxious factors contributing to climate change.
Researchers have found that Arctic methane emissions in Siberia have a
Whether your stance is based on the widely shared attitude that the globe is slowly inching towards devastation due to climate change, or you believe that the scientific consensus on global warming is not credible, the inescapable truth lies in the waters in Siberia where permafrost once protected citizens from tragedy.
Brian Resnick. "Melting permafrost in the Arctic is unlocking diseases and warping the landscape." Vox. 6 Sept. 2017. Web. 2 May 2019. <https://www.vox.com/2017/9/6/16062174/permafrost-melting>
Curtis, Sophie. "Melting Russian permafrost could unleash anthrax and deadly prehistoric diseases." mirror. 16 Apr. 2019. Web. 2 May 2019. <https://www.mirror.co.uk/science/melting-russian-permafrost-could-unleash-14353841>
ScienceDaily. "Greenhouse emissions from Siberian
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