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Global warming by Mind Map: Global warming

1. Deforestation, climate change and forests are intrinsically related. Forests cover approximately 30% of the land area

1.1. Deforestation & Tree-Clearing: Plants and trees play an important role in regulating the climate because they absorb carbon dioxide from the air and release oxygen back into it.

2. Drilling holes in atmosphere_ESRA EKER_Kozan Yusuf Baysal Anadolu Lisesi_Team1

3. Ocean pollution and consequent destruction of algae and phytoplankton. Carla Lopes - Portugal - TEAM 2

4. To extract natural gas and oil, methane gas is released. This is introduced into the atmosphere, causing global warming. David Pérez León - Spain - 2°CT.

5. Consequences of global warming

5.1. Global warming cause climatechange and glaciers melting that afect our life's badly.Consequences of global warming is drought and desertification.Nilgün CAN-Sırrı Yırcalı Anatolian High School / TEAM4

5.2. There is not snow nowadays in my city, Konya,Turkiye. In Norway the temperature is 25 Centigrate degrees more than winter seasons normals. So the global warming changes the climate. /Mustafa SORUÇ - Karatay Ali Ulvi Kurucu AIHL - TEAM 3

5.3. Sea level rise, more frequent and severe heat waves, growing wildfire risks, and an increase in extreme weather events SELVER YILMAZ - Kadirli Vocational and Technical Anatolian High School - Team 3

6. Causes of global warming

6.1. Increase in the amount of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere/ Yeşim Duran- Kozan Lütfiye Ali Şadi Çelik Secondary-TEAM-2

6.2. Consumption of fossil fuels, air pollution and waste of energy. Yasemin Karabaş- Bahri Alp Secondary School- TEAM-2

6.3. Forest Destruction. Carla Lopes - Portugal - TEAM 2

6.4. High production of waste, which pollutes the environment

6.5. Burning fossil fuels. When we burn fossil fuels like coal, oil and gas to create electricity or power our cars, we release CO2 pollution into the atmosphere.

6.6. Pesticides, fertilizers and other chemicals used in sectors such as agriculture and livestock are another direct cause of global warming.

7. Measures to be taken in global warming

7.1. Yeni Konu

7.2. Let's walk or ride a bike. In this way, we can both save energy, protect our health and help the environment./ALİCAN KAYAŞ-KONAK ATATÜRK VOCATIONAL AND TECHNICAL HIGH SCHOOL/ TEAM 7

7.3. To combat climate change we must change the consept of trade and use of resources. For this we must take in to account the 3 Rs rule: Reduce: consume less, more efficiently. Reuse: take advantage of secand hand markets, to give another opportunity to what you no longer use or get something you need and that someone else has discarded. You will save money and reduce consumption. Also practice the excahange. Recycle: packaging, electronic waste.etc. Dou you know that you can save more than 730 kilos of CO2 per year just by recycling half of the garbage that is generated in the home? KİKO CALVİLLO-IES FELİPE SOLİS-TEAM 5

7.3.1. Glaciers in the poles and high mountains continue to melt due to increased global warming. Sea level has increased by 15-20 cm in the last 20 years. (halit.etw)

7.3.2. Use energy- friendly bulbs / Sultan KEKLİK- Bağcılar Yunus Emre Vocational and Technical Anatolian Hıgh School/ TEAM 5

7.3.3. We need to reduce the use of water and deterjent. HİLAL GÜRKAN- BEYKOZ BOĞAZİÇİ AİHL- TEAM 5

7.4. It is called global warming that gases such as carbon dioxide emitted into the atmosphere cause an increase in the average temperatures of the earth's crust and seas. Global warming causes severe climate changes, severe hurricanes and floods, and long-term droughts and desertification. The melting of glaciers in the poles will cause the coastal areas to be completely submerged. This will narrow the livable area in the world