This video was published in Climate.gov's "Decision Maker's Toolbox" section.
The extent to which our home planet changes in response to increases in man-made heat-trapping gases is one of the foremost questions for the scientific community, policy makers, and the general public alike. To help answer this question, NOAA’s Global Monitoring Division produces the Annual Greenhouse Gas Index—a yearly report on the combined influence of long-lived greenhouse gases on Earth’s surface temperature.
I'm Emily Greenhalgh, a Boston-based science writer, editor, and illustrator.
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