The Global Warming Anthropogenic Controversy


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The Global Warming Anthropogenic Controversy
The following report provides an examination of the global warming controversy. Introductory elements of the current study include the following: 1) background, 2) statement of purpose, 3) statement of the problem statement, 4) need for the current study, 5) goal of the current study, 6) basic research questions, and 7) study preview.
Since the beginning of the First Industrial Revolution in the 18th century, scientists have understood that human activities pose a serious threat to ecosystems and the global environment. It was not until the 1980s, however, that researchers began thinking seriously about the impact of CO2 emissions and other greenhouse gases on the environment. More...
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