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Climate Change: EPA

provides comprehensive, indepth information about climate change. Learn about the science behind it, greenhouse gas emissions, health and environmental effects, regulatory initiatives, U.S. climate policy, economic analyses, and what you can do at home, at school, and elsewhere. (Environmental Protection Agency)

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Interesting Fact:

Changes in the shape of the Earth's orbit (or eccentricity) as well as the Earth's tilt and precession affect the amount of sunlight received on the Earth's surface. These orbital processes—which function in cycles of 100,000 (eccentricity), 41,000 (tilt), and 19,000 to 23,000 (precession) years—are thought to be the most significant drivers of ice ages.
Data on the major global sources of carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions by country, from the beginning of the Industrial Revolution to the present.

Global sources of carbon dioxide

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