1. England's/Britain's rise had begun especially under Elizabeth I. Like most global powers of the time, Britain was on the Atlantic seaboard, which was an immense geographical advantage. (Compare with Spain, Portugal, the Netherlands). 2. Following the dismissal of the dynastically minded, pro-French, absolutist, Catholic (or crypto-Catholic) monarchs Charles I and II and James II, the Anglo-British people and their own aristocracy wielded 'national' political power and became increasingly prosperous. There was a newly found confidence and a sense of purpose. 3. Other key factors included the growing inability of France to handle its domestic affairs competently (from the 1740s onwards) - and the decline of Spain, too. 4. Especially in 1750s and the Seven Years' War (1756-63) Britain, under the de facto leadership of its first consciously 'imperialist' leader, Pitt the Elder, pursued a vigorous policy of overseas expansion, especially in North America and India ...
No, global warming is a rise in the temperature of the earth. Global warming is causing climate change.
The rise in temperature is called Global Warming. This global warming of the earth is causing Climate Change. These two things are not the same thing.
the ocean will rise.
SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURS RISE TO PROMINENCE: (a) CREATING JOBS (b) CONTRIBUTE TO ECONOMIC GROWTH (c)
* He did not rise to any power but did gain a prominence
he was gay