Document Type: Review Article

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Master of Chemical Engineering, Chairman of the Board, Environment Engineer & Manufacturer of Packaging Cartons, Fars, Iran

10.22034/jcr.2020.249615.1087

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Climate change refers to fluctuations in the global climate of the earth or in regional climates over time. It describes changes in volatility or average weather conditions or average (normal) weather on time scales that fluctuate between decades and millions of years. These changes may be due to internal processes on Earth, or external forces (for example, fluctuations in the intensity of sunlight), or more recently to climate change-related activities. Especially in recent applications, in the field of environmental policy, the term "climate change" often refers only to current changes in the new climate. The issue of climate change and its potential effects on various economic and social sectors is one of the challenges of human technology. Recent studies show that emissions from greenhouse gases are a major cause of global warming. Greenhouse gases also play an important role in understanding the Earth's climatic history. According to these studies, the effect of greenhouse gases, which generate heat by trapping heat by greenhouse gases, plays a key role in regulating the earth's temperature. This article examines the non-climatic factors that cause climate change.

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