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Scientists are doing a great job showing that climates are currently changing relatively fast

Changing climate is a natural phenomenon, with huge shifts in climate over a long period of time. Over the last 100 million years, our planet's climate has changed from an ice-free and warm world to cold ice ages with ice caps covering one-fourth of the land surface. In recent years, anthropogenic climate change is occurring due to human CO2 emissions, causing the planet to warm up relatively quickly and causing natural disasters. To understand how climate is changing today and make predictions about the future, it is helpful to look at climates in the past. This is possible by using geological information, which gives us a clearer understanding of what influences and is influenced by a changing climate, and can be used to create models to make predictions. This article explains how this can be done:
https://medium.com/climate-conscious/how-past-climates-inform-our-future-62fe1b2399b2
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By looking at climates millions of years ago, we can learn a lot about the future (credit: Orla on Shutterstock)
By looking at climates millions of years ago, we can learn a lot about the future (credit: Orla on Shutterstock)
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  • Daniel Waweru

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    We can agree that researchers are doing a great job in taking care and finding solutions. This is impressive

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    • Edwin wangombe

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      I agree scientists are doing a good job to demonstrate and show the world how fast climate change is eating us up and if no action is taken we might go extinct

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      • Munene Mugambi

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        Research helps us understand our environment better and helps us develop solutions

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      • We Don't Have Time

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        Dear Erlijn van Genuchten Thank you for getting your climate love to level 2! We have reached out to Scientists for Future and requested a response. I will keep you updated on any progress! /Adam We Don't Have Time

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        • Tabitha Kimani

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          We cannot underestimate the role of research in finding solutions towards the climate change crisis. Thank you.

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          • Kamau WA Githinji

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            congratulations to the specialist, hope we can all take their findings into consideration and save the planet

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