Is Climate Change Just A Lot Of Hot Air? • 2015 MinuteEarth

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How can global warming of less than 1 degree Celsius drive extreme weather? You might need to look beneath the surface (of the ocean) for the answer.

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Is Climate Change Just A Lot Of Hot Air?

How can global warming of less than 1 degree Celsius drive extreme weather? You might need to look beneath the surface (of the ocean) for the answer.

2015 • Environment

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