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What 2 Million Years of Temperatures Say About Our Future

Originally published on Climate Central. By Brian Kahn That the climate has changed before is a given. So is the reality that humans are changing it now by dumping carbon pollution in the atmosphere. The deep history of temperature changes can inform us about what comes next for our fair planet and new research published [&hellip What 2 Million Years of Temperatures Say About Our Future was originally published on CleanTechnica.
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