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A Student's Guide to Global Climate Change

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The signs of global climate change are becoming more and more evident. The EPA provides an excellent guide for students that acquaints them with the basic causes, effects on people and the environment, and solutions that they can engage in. Here is an informative site that will prepare the student to make a difference.

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