What exactly does climate change mean for the state of South Carolina? Meteorologist Adam Clark is digging into that question and breaks down the impacts warmer temperatures have on the Midlands and the coast.
[Dr. Greg Carbone, a professor at the University of South Carolina] says in the last 40 to 50 years the amount of greenhouse gasses has been so large it swamps any of the natural causes of climate change and that it is caused by humans.
“Chemists can look at isotopes and clearly see it is a fossil fuel signal in the last 40 to 50 years.”
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