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1. 2. positive and negative impacts of it

1.1. Positive impacts

1.1.1. keep us warm

1.1.1.1. so living thing can live in

1.2. NEGATIVE IMPACTS

1.2.1. Melting ice

1.2.1.1. increase in sea level

1.2.2. floods

1.2.2.1. country get drowned/submerged in water (going to)

1.2.3. severe storm

1.2.4. industries and resources

1.2.4.1. Declining amount of snow-ski industries

1.2.4.2. Acid rain exposed-water resources

1.2.4.3. Plummeted because of heat stresses and parasite threats-lobster industries

1.2.4.4. Cyclones and hurricanes become more intense and destroy more properties--damages/result

1.2.5. Corals are affected because they are immobile and highly sensitive to changes in water temperatures

1.2.5.1. Heat kills the algae that are necessary to survival of coral reefs

1.2.6. loses of habitat

1.2.6.1. animals going exinct

1.2.6.1.1. e.g. polar bears

1.2.6.2. Decrease in biodiversity of plants & animals

1.2.6.3. more unknown virus come to attack human state

1.2.6.3.1. e.g.SARS

1.2.7. High latitude climates being more hospitable to settlement

1.2.8. . Increase of diseases that colder weather would normally keep at bay

2. 1. what is this?

2.1. is the unequivocal and continuing rise in the average temperature of Earth

2.1.1. Temperatures could increase between 3.6°C and 4.7°C by 2100

3. 3. Why don't we care about Climate Change?

3.1. It seems like a far off problem that doesn't really affect our lives

3.2. It seems like too big of a problem so we get overwhelmed by the immensity of it all

3.3. humans think that since nature over time will cleanse the pollution out of the air thus it is okay to continue to add any volume of air pollution.

4. 4. Danger!

4.1. Affect people such as

4.1.1. People who live in environmentally precarious areas

4.1.2. People who are used to living a certain lifestyle

4.2. Human health

4.2.1. Vector-borne diseases (transmitted by rodents & insects)

4.2.1.1. eg. malaria

4.3. Insufficient food security

4.3.1. Agricultural sector hit by crops affected by the lack of water availability and poor vernalisations

4.4. sudden changes such as a volcanic eruptions and tsunamis than it is to notice slow processes such as climate change.

5. 5. solution

5.1. some of the ideas

5.1.1. boosting energy efficency

5.1.1.1. The energy used to power, heat, and cool our homes, businesses, and industries is the single largest contributor to global warming. Energy efficiency technologies allow us to use less energy to get the same—or higher—level of production, service, and comfort. This approach has vast potential to save both energy and money, and can be deployed quickly.

5.1.2. Use environmentally friendly products

5.1.2.1. Such as

5.1.2.1.1. solar panel

5.1.2.1.2. hydro-powered station

5.1.2.1.3. Projects

5.1.2.2. For?

5.1.2.2.1. Reduce the amount of carbon dioxide

5.1.3. ensuring sustainable development

5.1.3.1. Ensuring sustainable development: The countries of the world—from the most to the least developed—vary dramatically in their contributions to the problem of climate change and in their responsibilities and capacities to confront it. A successful global compact on climate change must include financial assistance from richer countries to poorer countries to help make the transition to low-carbon development pathways and to help adapt to the impacts of climate change.

5.1.4. of course, the 3Rs

5.1.4.1. reuse

5.1.4.2. reduce

5.1.4.3. recycle

6. Caused by

6.1. Deforestion

6.2. pollution of air, water

6.2.1. air

6.2.1.1. increase in Carbon dioxide

6.2.1.1.1. Carbon dioxide trap heat

6.2.1.2. Smoke from factories (mainly)

6.2.1.2.1. fewer photosynthesis by plants

6.2.2. water

6.2.2.1. a layer of impurities on top of the layer of water.

6.2.2.1.1. plants in the water die

6.3. by who?

6.3.1. greenhouse gases

6.3.1.1. [F]actors that leads to a rise in green house emissions

6.3.1.1.1. [C]attle ranching(digestion process)

6.3.1.1.2. [R]apid increase in use of fossil fuels

6.3.1.1.3. [W]et rice cultivation(use of organic fertilsers)