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15 signs of climate change we shouldn’t ignore

Espresso Logo By Ruby Pratka of Espresso | Slide 1 of 16: <p>Between <a href="https://www.theguardian.com/environment/climate-consensus-97-per-cent/2017/may/03/is-the-climate-consensus-97-999-or-is-plate-tectonics-a-hoax">90 and 100 per cent</a> of experts agree that human-caused <strong>climate change</strong> is a real issue. <a href="https://climate.nasa.gov/evidence/">According to NASA</a>, human activity is almost certainly one of the <strong>causes</strong> of the current <strong>global warming</strong> trend. People around the world are beginning to see the <strong>effects</strong> of climate change first hand: <a href="http://www.newsweek.com/harvey-irma-hurricane-season-climate-change-659844">hurricanes</a> and <a href="http://www.macleans.ca/society/science/did-climate-change-contribute-to-the-fort-mcmurray-fire/">wildfires</a>, for example, are becoming more frequent and severe, and <a href="http://www.nunatsiaqonline.ca/archives/2008/806/80613/news/climate/80613_1287.html">animals</a>, drawn by warming temperatures, have begun to appear in parts of the world where they never used to venture. Here are 15 signs of climate change you shouldn’t ignore.</p>

15 signs of climate change we shouldn’t ignore

Between 90 and 100 per cent of experts agree that human-caused climate change is a real issue. According to NASA, human activity is almost certainly one of the causes of the current global warming trend. People around the world are beginning to see the effects of climate change first hand: hurricanes and wildfires, for example, are becoming more frequent and severe, and animals, drawn by warming temperatures, have begun to appear in parts of the world where they never used to venture. Here are 15 signs of climate change you shouldn’t ignore.

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