Does global warming raise temperatures faster on some parts of the planet than others?



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    Global warming will affect different parts of the planet unevenly, and some areas will warm more than others. Currently, the polar regions of the world are warming faster than the average rate for the globe, with the Arctic warming at about twice the rate of the global average. Of course, the speed with which warming is occurring in the Arctic has frightening implications for the rest of the planet, as it contributes to melting of ice caps, and thus to rising sea levels worldwide. Arctic warming also has already damaged many animal species in polar regions, as well as indigenous cultures in this part of the world.

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