Life cycle of the Earth's carbon dioxide - from Cartography and Geovisualization Group at Oregon State University and NASA. Click on the image to see visualization.
Climate Change, also known to many as "Global Warming" has economic, social, scientific and political implications, sparking sometimes heated discussions throughout the world, making it a truly "global" issue.
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Recent updates from US Global Change Program