Answers to global warming are in the wind


There can be no doubt that our world is getting warmer.
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The year 1998 was the warmest year ever measured globally in history. The top ten warmest years ever measured worldwide over the last 120 years all occurred after 1981. The six warmest of these years occurred after 1990. Global warming and climate change pose a serious threat to the survival of many species and to the well-being of people around the world.

WWF has led international efforts to conserve nature and protect the diversity of life on Earth for 40 years, and we believe in tackling the source of the global warming problem. By 2001 we aim to ensure that industrialized nations set in motion a permanent downward trend in their domestic emissions of carbon dioxide -- the leading global warming gas -- as a first step toward substantial reductions by 2010.

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Calling on the U.S. to act to combat global warming, WWF's Climate Change Campaign provides timely information on international, political, science-based news to educate policy makers and the public they serve. Stay tuned to this page for recent developments in the fight to stop global warming.
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