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by Matt Boucher

This article is a follow up to “Climate Change: Our Biggest Challenge”. It explains the phenomenon of feedback loops – positive feedback loops, which can cause climate change to accelerate, or negative loops, which can lessen the factors that cause change.

Series: School Journal Level 4 May 2020

Learning area: English, Science

Curriculum level: 4

Reading year level: 8

Related titles: See TSM

Topics: activist, albedo, carbon dioxide, challenge, change, climate, climate activist, climate change, deforestation, energy, environment, feedback loop, fossil fuel, global warming, greenhouse gas, negative feedback loop, permafrost, positive feedback loop, Sophie Handford, temperature, water cycle, water vapour, weather

In: School Journal Level 4 May 2020

Publication date: May 2020

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