Hot Zone

Aanderud, Emily
April 2008
Teen Vogue;Apr2008, Vol. 8 Issue 3, p102
This article presents information on global warming. Global warming is defined as a rise in the average temperature of the planet Earth. The United Nations and the World Meteorological Organization claim that 90 percent of human activities is the main cause of global warming. The extent to which global warming has affected people is discussed, as well as how people could reduce the impacts of the phenomenon.


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