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Climatologists warn of a tipping point when global temperatures trigger catastrophic events and sea levels rise more than 50 feet. About how much warmer does the world need to get for this tipping
point to happen?
A rise of 2 degrees more will put the world in danger. source:
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User: Climatologists warn of a tipping point when global temperatures trigger catastrophic events and sea levels rise more than 50 feet. About how much warmer does the world need to get for this tipping point to happen?

Weegy: A rise of 2 degrees more will put the world in danger. source:
sharpies|Points 7289|

User: Cap-and-trade programs

Weegy: Hi, please make the question more clear and specific. Thanks.
stream|Points 50|

User: The most effective way to reduce GHG emissions is to increase?

User: Evidence from proxies indicate eight major oscillations in global temperatures over the past 800,000 years, most likely the result of?

Weegy: It was most likely the result of natural varibility.
sharpies|Points 7289|

User: Rising GHGs in the 21st century most confidently predict?

User: Global warming will raise sea levels because of?

User: The precautionary principle, the polluter pays principle, and the equity principle are all reflections of?

Weegy: Some principles by which to act in stewardship for Earth are the "precautionary principle": the polluter pays both the principle and the equity principle. [ The ethics of stewardship require that rich countries help poor countries adapt to further destructive climate change, such as that which has occurred in Darfur. ]
MissWitty|Points 433|

User: What has a net negative forcing effect on global climate

Weegy: Can you please give the choices so we can properly answer your question. Thanks!
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User: Which one of the following has a net negative forcing effect on global climate? remarkable agreement with surface temperatures sharp differences with surface temperatures no correlation between temperature and levels of greenhouse gases a general cooling of global atmospheric temperatures

Weegy: gases a general cooling of global atmospheric temperatures
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User: Which one of the following has a net negative forcing effect on global climate? ozone in the troposphere industrial sulfate aerosols carbon dioxide in the troposphere low clouds in the troposphere

Weegy: Ozone in the troposphere has a net negative forcing effect to global climate.
sueltosil|Points 30|

User: Which one of the following has a net negative forcing effect on global climate? remarkable agreement with surface temperatures sharp differences with surface temperatures no correlation between temperature and levels of greenhouse gases a general cooling of global atmospheric temperatures

Weegy: gases a general cooling of global atmospheric temperatures
beboythewizkid|Points 2048|

User: Climatologists warn of a tipping point when global temperatures trigger catastrophic events and sea levels rise more than 50 feet. About how much warmer does the world need to get for this tipping point to happen?

Weegy: A rise of 2 degrees more will put the world in danger. source:
sharpies|Points 7289|

User: In general, commuting to work after WW II was more common because of increased automobile ownership and the Highway Trust Fund. the elimination of most forms of public transportation in cities. increases in the populations of most cities. the widespread and rapid construction of light rail systems out to suburbs.

Weegy: ncreased automobile ownership and the Highway Trust Fund.
Expert answered|justpretty|Points 292|

User: As a result of the goals of Agenda 21 adopted by Waitakere City in New Zealand, the city has seen an unfortunate increase in pedestrian and cycle injuries. a steady increase in new homes in the countryside. about a 30% reduction in garbage generation per citizen. a reduction in the population of the city.

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