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A Brief Opinion on Climate Change by City-Tech Blogger Aayush Madaan

I personally cannot say climate change has had an impact on my life. The years following 2005, I have noticed a rapid change in the weather. It’s been snowing later and later in the year, and the summers in America are getting hotter. Overall, the weather has become a bit erratic. Since the climate is according to the weather conditions over the course of about 30 years, I believe I do not know enough to give my opinion. However, through my own experience, I believe there is a cause for concern, seeing as how documentation of entire ridges and glaciers are melting away within a period of a lifetime.

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