Climate Change vs. Global Warming
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Climate Change vs. Global Warming refers to the planet's long-term warming. Since the early twentieth century, especially since the late 1970s. Since 1880, the global surface temperature has increased by about one °C compared to the mid-20th century baseline. This is in addition to an additional 0.15 °C warming between 1750 and 1880. "Climate change" includes global warming but refers to a broader range of changes affecting our planet. This Climate Change vs. Global Warming diagram as rising sea levels, shrinking mountain glaciers, accelerating ice melt in Greenland, Antarctica, and the Arctic, and shifts in flower/plant blooming times.
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