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Getting it Backwards: Thinking Locally and Acting Globally on Climate Change

Maybe it's cold in your neighborhood, but that doesn't mean the planet isn't warming over all.

It's a little like standing on top of a small hill, and just because you're the highest thing around as far as you can see, assuming you've climbed to the top of the tallest mountain in the world.  That would be true for precisely one spot - the peak of Mount Everest.

So if you want to know how climate change is affecting the world, don't just look out your window. Do a little research.  Unfortunately, as you will see in the Inside Science video below, too many people are using local conditions to decide how to act on issues that have global effects.





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