Human-Induced Climate Change – A Social Problem Worldwide.
For decades, the human race has had an incredibly detrimental effect on the world’s environmental situation. One of the largest areas of environmental concern is human-induced climate change. Through technological advancements human beings have accelerated earth on its course towards destruction. As terrible as this sounds it is a wonder that people seem to display such a lack of interest in the ecological downfall of their planet.
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