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Introduction: The global nature of global warming -- section 1: Opposing viewpoints on climate change. Climate change is a serious problem / Peter Backlund, Anthony Janetos, and David Schimel -- Climate change is not a serious problem / Christopher Monckton -- Climate change is man-made / Juliet Eilperin -- Climate change is not necessarily man-made / Dennis T. Avery -- Climate change will fuel regional conflicts / German Advisory Council on Global Change -- Climate change will not fuel regional conflicts / Idean Salehyan -- section 2: Model essays and writing exercises. Preface A: The five-paragraph essay -- Preface B: The compare-and-contrast essay -- Essay 1: Is the Earth warming or cooling? -- Exercise 1A: Create an outline from an existing essay -- Essay 2: Climate change spells disaster for crops -- Exercise 2A: Create an outline from an existing essay -- Exercise 2B: Create an outline for your own essay -- Essay 3: Can renewable energy help avert climate change? -- Exercise 3A: Examining introductions and conclusions -- Exercise 3B: Using quotations to enliven your essay -- Final writing challenge: write your own compare-and-contrast five-paragraph essay -- section three: Supporting research material. Appendix A: Facts about climate change -- Appendix B: Finding and using sources of information -- Appendix C: Using MLA style to create a works cited list -- Appendix D: Sample essay topics -- Organizations to contact
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