In earlier days, climate change was referred to as “global warming.” And although this is an accurate description of what’s happening, it often gives skeptics ammunition to dismiss certain claims. This is because contrary to “warming,” many areas of the globe will experience extreme cooling.
But the two are inescapably linked.
The answer lies in the term “Climate Change” itself. Climate refers to weather conditions over a long period of time. Thus if a year is hotter compared to the one before, you can say the climate is becoming warmer.
These warmer climates contribute to the severity of storms from hurricanes to sub-arctic wind chills.
Long Term Vs. Short Term
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