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Is it just me, or is it getting hotter in here? Recent scientific studies about global warming indicate that the Earth’s temperature may rise anywhere between two degrees and 11 degrees Fahrenheit. This would increase both the frequency and severity of floods and droughts. Rising sea levels would accelerate and trigger beach erosion, more powerful body surges, and ecological degradation. Oceans could warm and acidify. Heat waves could kill large numbers of people. The potential damages resulting from global warming are enormous.

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