Climate-Age

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About ClimateAge

The global temperature on an average has increased by 0.6 to 1 degree Celsius till the 20th century

Climate Age presents the distribution and impacts of climate change globally. No region on the globe has remained unaffected by climate change. Our weather is always altering and now scientists are finding out that our climate does not stay the same either. Climates will vary if the factors that influence them change. To understand climate on an inclusive scale, either the amount of heat that is let into the system changes, or the amount of heat that is let out of the system changes. For example, warming climates are both due to increased heat let into the Earth or a decrease in the amount of heat that is let out of the atmosphere.

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