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What if.....:

What if..... We ran out of oil and gas!

This is a thinking skills exercise:

This is a thinking skills exercise What would happen here if the country ran out of oil and gas?

What do we need Oil and Gas for?:

What do we need Oil and Gas for?

How did you use oil this morning?:

How did you use oil this morning?

What will you achieve by the end of the day in Science:

What will you achieve by the end of the day in Science You will show that you understand the ethical issues surrounding Science You will demonstrate how science can contribute towards sustainable development You will explain how this is an interdependence between science and the natural world

What will you achieve by the end of the day in Geography:

What will you achieve by the end of the day in Geography You will produce a map that show the physical and human resources of Islay You will critically analyse solutions to a geographical event and reach conclusions You will demonstrate global interdependence

For the next 50mins there will be a series of events that will need responding to, each event will require your group to make a quick decision. Lives will be saved or lost as a result of your actions THINK CAREFULLY:

For the next 50mins there will be a series of events that will need responding to, each event will require your group to make a quick decision. Lives will be saved or lost as a result of your actions THINK CAREFULLY The First 72 hours

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BBC reporting UK oil supplies have run out, no new supplies will enter the country Twitter flash 9.30am ...... June 2011 All images used by permission of MVO 140

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Within 30mins the first queues start forming outside Jimmy's....

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Its a Monday the delivery is in and panic buying starts at the Co

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The Ferry is on its way to Islay when the announcement was made, do we

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BBC rep that rolling blackouts will start at midnight, no elec for domestic consumers bet 8pm-8am Twitter flash 9pm ...... June 2011

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Curries raise their prices to astronomic levels

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A directive arrives from the Scottish Government, all stores of oil need to be handed over to the Police

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The Scottish Government has advised that remote areas should set up an emergency committee..

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Looting has occurred at the hospital, equipment and medicines have been stolen for sale on the black market a suspect has been caught, do you

How have your decisions impacted on the Island:

How have your decisions impacted on the Island You must now swop your sheets with another group, score each according to the following..

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Event A B C 1 5 0 10 2 10 5 0 3 5 5 10 4 0 10 0 5 10 0 5 6 5 10 0 7 0 10 5

There has been a terrible disaster..:

There has been a terrible disaster.. A group of young people who were trying to siphon off diesel, that had not been handed in, from a tractor have received serious burns. If you scored under 40 then 3 of the young people are dead, two are in a critical condition. If you scored between 40 and 55 then 1 of the young people died and one is in a critical condition, expected to die. If you scored 60 and over then all the young people survived

In your groups :

In your groups Decide what the consequences of some of your decisions will be. Make up your own hypothetical event

What resources have we got on Islay and Jura?:

What resources have we got on Islay and Jura? Your task will be to produce by the end of a day an annotated map of Islay and or Jura to show how the end of oil would effect the Islands.

Your first task is to identify the renewable energy resources that we already have:

Your first task is to identify the renewable energy resources that we already have

And then to find out about the ones that are planned:

And then to find out about the ones that are planned

How will the Islands Change:

How will the Islands Change For this part of the challenge you will need to think about what will change. Think about: Transport – How will people move around the island, How will we get to the mainland, How will goods get to us Land Use (will woods be cut down will new ones be planted – will wind farms need to be set up and where will that be) Food – will we plant different crops, where will we buy food, what will our diet be like

How to use the planning sheets for your challenge:

How to use the planning sheets for your challenge For Each of the sections, fill in the questions you need to find answers to Make sure that each person in your group knows what information they need to find Once you have all the information that you need – plan how you are going to add this to your map

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