Science Facts: Climate Change

Use these facts when talking with friends and family who don’t “believe” in climate change.

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Do you have friends and family who don’t “believe” in climate change? These resources are fact-checked and backed up by experts. Use them to help have a productive conversation about climate change with your loved ones.


Source: Hurricane Harvey And The New Normal

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Source: Hurricane Harvey And The New Normal

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Source: Hurricane Harvey And The New Normal

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Source: Hurricane Harvey And The New Normal

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Source: U.S. Department of Energy

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Source: Climate Central

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a card with text that says "did you know the amount of carbon dioxide emitted per year, per capita in the united states is 16.5 metric tons.

Source: The World Bank

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