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Climate Change by Mind Map: Climate Change

1. Causes

1.1. Powerplants

1.2. Transportation

1.3. Farming

1.4. Deforestation

1.5. Fertilizers

1.6. Oil Drilling

1.7. Natural gas drilling

1.8. Permafrost

1.9. Garbage

1.10. Volcanic Eruption

2. Evidences

2.1. Rising of sea level

2.2. Rise of Temperature

2.3. Extreme rainfall

2.4. Droughts

2.5. Public Health Risk

2.6. Destruction of natural resources

2.7. Endangerment of plants and animals

2.8. Lost of indigenous tribes

3. Acts for Climate Change

3.1. Republic Act 9729

3.2. Republic Act 9512

4. Effects

4.1. Environment

4.1.1. Storms

4.1.2. Flashflood

4.1.3. Landslide

4.1.4. El Niño

4.1.5. La Niña

4.2. Humans

4.2.1. High-blood pressure

4.2.2. Destruction of agricultural lands

4.2.3. Lost of livelihood

4.2.4. Lack of oxygen

4.3. Animals

4.3.1. Ruin hybernation pattern

4.3.2. Heat stroke

4.3.3. Lost of food

4.3.4. Lost of shelter

4.4. Plants

4.4.1. Abnormal extensions of leaves

4.4.2. Drying of plants

5. Ways to Mitigate

5.1. Retrofitting of buildings

5.2. Adopting of renewable energy

5.3. Use of biofuels

5.4. Reduce water waste

5.5. Eat all foods you buy

5.6. Turn off lights if not in use

5.7. Pull plugs if not in use

5.8. Drive fuel-efficient vehicle

5.9. Conserve water

5.10. Plant more trees

5.11. Segregate garbages

6. Created By: Bote, John Lionel F. (IS211)

7. Factors affecting Climate Change

7.1. Latitude

7.2. Ocean Current

7.3. Wind and air masses

7.4. Elevation

7.5. Relief

8. Climate Change

8.1. Causes

8.1.1. Powerplants

8.1.2. Transportation

8.1.3. Farming

8.1.4. Deforestation

8.1.5. Fertilizers

8.1.6. Oil Drilling

8.1.7. Natural gas drilling

8.1.8. Permafrost

8.1.9. Garbage

8.1.10. Volcanic Eruption

8.2. Evidences

8.2.1. Rising of sea level

8.2.2. Rise of Temperature

8.2.3. Extreme rainfall

8.2.4. Droughts

8.2.5. Public Health Risk

8.2.6. Destruction of natural resources

8.2.7. Endangerment of plants and animals

8.2.8. Lost of indigenous tribes

8.3. Acts for Climate Change

8.3.1. Republic Act 9729

8.3.2. Republic Act 9512

8.4. Effects

8.4.1. Environment

8.4.1.1. Storms

8.4.1.2. Flashflood

8.4.1.3. Landslide

8.4.1.4. El Niño

8.4.1.5. La Niña

8.4.2. Humans

8.4.2.1. High-blood pressure

8.4.2.2. Destruction of agricultural lands

8.4.2.3. Lost of livelihood

8.4.2.4. Lack of oxygen

8.4.3. Animals

8.4.3.1. Ruin hybernation pattern

8.4.3.2. Heat stroke

8.4.3.3. Lost of food

8.4.3.4. Lost of shelter

8.4.4. Plants

8.4.4.1. Abnormal extensions of leaves

8.4.4.2. Drying of plants

8.5. Ways to Mitigate

8.5.1. Retrofitting of buildings

8.5.2. Adopting of renewable energy

8.5.3. Use of biofuels

8.5.4. Reduce water waste

8.5.5. Eat all foods you buy

8.5.6. Turn off lights if not in use

8.5.7. Pull plugs if not in use

8.5.8. Drive fuel-efficient vehicle

8.5.9. Conserve water

8.5.10. Plant more trees

8.5.11. Segregate garbages

8.6. Factors affecting Climate Change

8.6.1. Latitude

8.6.2. Ocean Current

8.6.3. Wind and air masses

8.6.4. Elevation

8.6.5. Relief