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Climate change
Scientific consensus: human activities are pushing Earth's climate to change
There's no disputing that the Earth's atmospheric concentration of carbon dioxide is greater now than it ever has been. This fact is alarming because of the Earth's greenhouse effect and how it warms the climate. So whether or not you believe that global temperature rise, retreating glaciers, shrinking ice sheets or extreme weather events are indicators of climate change, the scientific consensus is clear: human activities are very likely the cause of climate-warming trends over the past century.

But don't just take our word for it. Check out the science-based articles that we've assembled on research into various aspects of climate change. Then decide for yourself what actions we should be taking now.

Sustainability Academy
GreeningUSA's Green Neighborhood Tour to be held Saturday, April 26
The GreeningUSA Education Committee will hold its Sustainability Academy Green Neighborhood Tour on Saturday, April 26 from noon to 4 p.m. in the Westcott neighborhood of Syracuse. This family-friendly event will feature a self-guided walking tour of the area with twenty stations along the way to showcase local social, economic or environmental sustainability solutions. The event is free and open to the public.
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