Climate change

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Climate change

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9.Plant a tree! You will produce more oxygen, and that is beneficial for the environment!:

The climate change

9.Plant a tree! You will produce more oxygen, and that is beneficial for the environment!:

The Earth has a problem!

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The temperature of our planet is rising t o rise

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Who is responsible for that? The human beings! Us!

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How does the temperature of the planet rise? Cloud of pollution Sun beams The Sun transportation industries fire The temperature rises! ATMOSPHERE

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That is a big problem! Why? Let’s see the CONSEQUENCES OF THE CLIMATE CHANGE

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1. When it is too hot, more water is evaporated. Therefore, it rains more in some countries, and there are floods. The sun heats the seas and the oceans floods

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2. In other countries it is too hot and there are droughts. It is difficult to cultivate, and people suffer.

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As there is less water, there is less food. And people are hungry No water, no food!

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3. Temperatures are high, and it doesn’t rain. The consequence is that there are more deserts consequence

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4 . Because the temperatures are rising, the ice from the poles is melting! The ice melts Polar bear

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Look! The North Pole is melting! before after A lot of ice Little ice

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Where does all that water tha t melts go ? Look! Present Future Los Angeles , CA

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Can we do something about it? Yes! All of us can do something!

9.Plant a tree! You will produce more oxygen, and that is beneficial for the environment!:

a) Use public transport! It contaminates less. Cars contaminate a lot.

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2. Use low energy light bulbs! They contaminate less.

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3. Switch off the TV, the lights or the computer if you don’t need them!

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4. Use fewer plastic bottles. Making plastic bottles consumes a lot of energy, and it is polluting.

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5. Fix the central heating at home 21 degrees is fine for me! heating

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6. Don’t set the air conditioning too low !

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7. Buy local products . Products coming from far away need to be transported , and that consumes energy Cargo ship

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8. Don’t buy products with useless packaging !

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9 .Plant a tree! You will produce more oxygen, and that is beneficial for the environment!

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