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Based on current rates, global temperature could rise by up to 4.4°C by the end of the century.

Here’s the short of it: since the start of the industrial revolution in the 1760s we’ve been burning fossil fuels like coal, gas and oil, which have released ‘greenhouse gases’. These greenhouse gases are named so because they trap heat, and warm our atmosphere. This increase in temperature has led to glaciers melting, longer droughts, stronger hurricanes, and extended bushfire seasons.

The only way we can prevent these natural disasters from becoming more and more common is by phasing out fossil fuels and using renewable energy, like solar and wind, to power our planet instead.

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