An Interview with Kenneth L. Verosub, Ph.D.
Q: What is global warming?
A: Many people do not even like the term "global warming"; they like "global climate change," meaning that the climate is changing. Some of the effects' suggest that the world is getting warmer, ice sheets are melting, and water in the ocean is heating up. As it heats up, it makes the sea level rise. All of these events together can be considered global climate change.
All of these changes will have an impact. For example, a large percentage of people live at or near sea level; those people would be forced to move or relocate. As the climate changes," crops are going to be grown differently or …