Climate Change Team 1 Presentation
Created on Wed May 27 2020 18:04:26 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)
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Climate is defined as an area's long-term weather patterns. The simplest way to describe climate is to look at average temperature and precipitation over time. Other useful elements for describing climate include the type and the timing of precipitation, amount of sunshine, average wind speeds and directions, number of days above freezing, weather extremes, and local geography.
Part 1 . What is climate?
While it's fairly easy to describe a location's climate by examining weather data, a greater challenge is figuring out why the climate of one place differs from that of another. To do so, you must consider all the factors that work together to determine climate.
Part 2 . What is climate change?
Climate changedescribes achangein the average conditions — such as temperature and rainfall — in a region over a long period of time
Climate change - a change in global or regional climate patterns, in particular a change apparent from the mid to late 20th century onwards and attributed largely to the increased levels of atmospheric carbon dioxide produced by the use of fossil fuels.
Part 3 . What are the bad effects of climate change on human health?
Human health is very easily affected by the weather and climate. For this reason, climate change affect human health negatively. Prolonged allergies, cases of heart attack, cases of kidney failure, hunger,etc.increasing due to climate change. We should take precautions before the health of more people is negatively affected. We have to say stop!
Part 4 . How will climate change affect people's social life?
The climate of our planet changes over geological time, with notable fluctuations in mean temperatures.The effects of climate change are already felt, but they will only get worse.It is important to bear in mind that not a single list of impacts of climate change can be comprehensive. Climate change harms us all, and it will continue to harm us unless our governments take action to deal with it.However, its effects are more likely to be more pronounced for certain groups - for example, those farming and marine fishing communities whose livelihood is being collected - as well as those vulnerable, disadvantaged and subject to discrimination.
Part 5 . What precautions can be taken against climate change?
One of the best ways to improve climate change to is to help those who will fight against it get into office.Voting the right people into office will help pass legislation that allows us to fight against these corporations that are mainly to blame for climate change
a.Get Active and Vote
Recycling is a cost-effective and ecofriendly process that eliminates waste and doesn’t emit greenhouse gasses into the environment. Be sure to collect your discarded paper, glass, plastic, and electronics to your local recycling center.
There are always other options that you can utilize to make your commute to work eco-friendly. For starters, taking public transportation to work is a great way to cut out emissions. Riding your bike to work is also incredibly helpful to the environment and is a great method to get exercise.
C.Make Your Commute Green
This means that you should do what you can to cut down on energy usage in your household. Make sure to turn off lights and unplug devices that you are not using anymore when you are done with them. Replace your light bulbs with energy-efficient light bulbs to help you save electricity too.
D.Be More Conservative with Energy Usage
Whether you use word of mouth or social media, there are always ways to educate others on what climate change is doing to our planet. You can help protect the planet by educating others about the dangers of climate change and how to act against it.
E.Educate Yourself and Others
Part 6 . How can young generations reverse the trend of climate change?
WE ARE THE LAST GENERATION THAT CAN END CLIMATE CHANGE.WE CAN, AND WE WILL.
THE TIME TO ACT IS NOW!