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Are We Changing Planet Earth? (2006)

Sir David Attenborough undertakes a personal journey to discover how global warming is changing the planet. The Truth About Climate Change is a two part documentary presented by him asking the question: What is the future for our world?
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Sir David Attenborough undertakes a personal journey to discover how global warming is changing the planet. The Truth About Climate Change is a two part documentary presented by him asking the question: What is the future for our world?

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We are changing the earth
23 February 2007 | by george-robinson-1See all my reviews

Whatever some scientists are saying, the fact is we are changing the earth. OK, perhaps it was only ONE degree warmer last century, but only last year the Arctic was experiencing up to 7 degrees warmer than the average. The glaciers in Norway are melting at an astonishing rate, one glacier receded 60 meters last autumn, and according to the scientists in Norway who have been studying their glaciers for the past 50 yrs, are saying that Norway could be ice free within 40 yrs. The ice and snow fields of N America will disappear in perhaps 30 yrs, so where will they get their drinking water on the west coast. The same applies for N India, when all the glaciers in the Himalayas melt, where will 100,s of millions get water. The monsoons happen only for a few months every year. Greenlands ice could disappear this century, and the oceans of the world WILL rise by 6 meters.These are not figures from a dream world, they are facts. Read the IPCC report, the facts are there.


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