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EARTH’S CLIMATE CHANGES. It always has and always will. However, an extensive and growing body of scientific evidence indicates that human activities—including the burning of fossil fuel (coal, oil, and natural gas) for energy, clearing of forested lands for agriculture, and raising livestock—are now the primary force driving change in the Earth’s climate system. This report describes how the climate of southern New Hampshire has changed over the past century and how the future climate of the region will be affected by a warmer planet due to human activities.
Wake, Cameron P.; Burakowski, Elizabeth; Wilkinson, Peter; Hayhoe, Katharine; Stoner, Anne; Keeley, C.; and LaBranche, Julie, "Climate Change in Southern New Hampshire: Past, Present and Future" (2014). The Sustainability Institute. 2.
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