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Over the last 150 years, global average temperatures have increased at an unprecedented rate because of man-made greenhouse gas emissions.
In this video, sponsored by the Geographical Association, we team up with Dr Melissa Lazenby and Ph.D researcher Daniel Koomson, to look at the main sources of anthropogenic greenhouse gas emissions, including:
– Burning of fossils fuels
– The cooling effect of aerosols
Written and developed by: Melissa Lazenby, Daniel Koomson, Aidan Hesslewood, Harriet Ridley, Rob Parker, Tim Parker.
Videography by: Harriet Ridley, Anna Korecká, Josh Carron.
StRolloxChemical 1831 by D.O.Hill is in the Public Domain.
Griffiths' Guide to the iron trade of Great Britain an elaborate review of the iron (and) coal trades for last year, addresses and names of all ironmasters, with a list of blast furnaces, iron is in the Public Domain.
Steam Train is in the Public Domain.
Glacier Bay, Margerie Glacier- several, large calving May 201 by Montrose Video is licensed under CC BY 3.0.
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