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Is Climate change real or just a scare tactic?
Episode 928th July 2022 • Soapbox Daily • Mad Morgan
00:00:00 00:05:12

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Does anyone notice the summers are getting warmer? Serious topic these days and we will briefly touch on the topic of climate change in todays show.

> What is climate change?

Climate change involves significant changes in average conditions—such as temperature, precipitation, wind patterns, and other aspects of climate that occur over years, decades, centuries, or longer. Climate change involves longer-term trends, such as shifts toward warmer, wetter, or drier conditions. These trends can be caused by natural variability in climate over time, as well as human activities that add greenhouse gases to the atmosphere like burning fossil fuels for energy.

> Why has my town experienced record-breaking cold and snowfall if the climate is warming?

Even though the planet is warming, some areas may be experiencing extra cold or snowy winters. These cold spells are due to variability in local weather patterns, which sometimes lead to colder-than-average seasons or even colder-than-average years at the local or regional level. In fact, a warmer climate traps more water vapor in the air, which may lead to extra snowy winters in some areas. As long as it is still cold enough to snow, a warming climate can lead to bigger snowstorms.

> What is the difference between weather and climate?

"Weather" refers to the day-to-day state of the atmosphere such as the combination of temperature, humidity, rainfall, wind, and other factors. "Climate" describes the weather of a place averaged over a period of time, often 30 years. Think about it this way: climate is something that can be expected to happen in general, like a cold winter season, whereas weather is what a person might experience on any given day, like a snowstorm in January or a sunny day in July.

> What is the biggest thing that causes climate change?

Fossil fuels – coal, oil and gas – are by far the largest contributor to global climate change, accounting for over 75 per cent of global greenhouse gas emissions and nearly 90 per cent of all carbon dioxide emissions. As greenhouse gas emissions blanket the Earth, they trap the sun's heat.

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