Dictionary of Global Climate Change.pdf

Dictionary of Global Climate Change

Climate, climate change, climate fluctuations and climatic trends are only a few of the terms used today, in not only conferences, scientific symposia and workshops, but also parliaments and in discussions throughout society. To climatologists these terms may be well known

Climate change synonyms and Climate change antonyms. Top synonym for climate change (another word for climate change) is global warming.

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Dictionary of Global Climate Change.pdf

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