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What is the difference between climate change, greenhouse effect and global warming?

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temperature here has risen up to 35 degrees celcius i dont wanna sound dumb when explaining the cause thanks :)
asked Aug 18, 2016 in Environment by smyadmin

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Climate change - any change, global or regional of such parameters as temperature, precipitation, prevailing wind, ect.

Greenhouse effect - some gases allow short wavelengths from the Sun to pass but block longer wavelengths from returning to space, resulting in a warmer temperature.

Global warming - a trend to an increase in global average temperature.
answered Aug 18, 2016 by moscl
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