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climate-changing

Definitions

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  • adjective That contributes to climate change

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Examples

  • Concerns about the climate-changing effects of carbon dioxide, or CO2, emissions in the United States have focused attention not just on big industrial polluters and automobile exhaust, but also on agriculture.

    US Cattle Farmers Adopt Eco-Friendly Methods

  • The globalization of manufacturing and of Western consumption patterns has dramatically increased the release of climate-changing gases.

    Zero-Sum Future

  • But it illustrates the political and regulatory complications that large-scale climate-changing schemes would trigger.

    Re-Engineering the Earth

  • Increasing these operations would increase climate-changing greenhouse gases and wreck havoc on environmentally sensitive areas and local populations that depend on them.

    Rocky Kistner: Gulf Protesters: Don't Send Us Your Dirty Tar Sands Oil Too

  • Hamilton says there is still time to act to slow down these changes by drastically reducing climate-changing carbon emissions, initiatives that he hopes the Arctic country ministers adopt when they meet next week in Greenland.

    Arctic Ice Melting Faster Than Predicted

  • Nuclear energy is less polluting than gas from a climate-changing perspective, but it is costly and viewed skeptically in the United States because of the dangers of disposing of radioactive waste.

    Is Natural Gas Really Clean?

  • Billions of cubic feet of climate-changing greenhouse gases--roughly the equivalent of the annual emissions from 35 million automobiles--seep from loose pipe valves or are vented intentionally from gas production facilities into the atmosphere each year, according to the EPA.

    Is Natural Gas Really Clean?

  • Billions of cubic feet of climate-changing greenhouse gases--roughly the equivalent of the annual emissions from 35 million automobiles--seep from loose pipe valves or are vented intentionally from gas production facilities into the atmosphere each year, according to the EPA.

    Is Natural Gas Really Clean?

  • Nuclear energy is less polluting than gas from a climate-changing perspective, but it is costly and viewed skeptically in the United States because of the dangers of disposing of radioactive waste.

    Is Natural Gas Really Clean?

  • Increasing these operations would increase climate-changing greenhouse gases and wreck havoc on environmentally sensitive areas and local populations that depend on them.

    Rocky Kistner: Gulf Protesters: Don't Send Us Your Dirty Tar Sands Oil Too

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