Global Warming

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Global Warming

Global warming is a slow steady rise in Earth's temperature, as a result of the excess burning of fossil fuels,

1. Desert bacteria will die2.Volcanic Explosions more often3. The oceans will get darker4. Allergies will worsen5. Less ants6. The Sunlight will flood the polar seafloor

such as coal, carbon and gas. Temperatures today are 0.74 °C (1.33 °F) higher than 150 years ago.

Global Warming

The burning of fossil fuels is releasing carbon dioxide into the air, which is normally absorbed by plants and turned into oxygen. However, because of deforestation, this process is happening less frequently, which is bad for theenvironment. This C02 is gradually breaking down the atmosphere, therefore more infrared radiation is passing through and heating up the earth quickly. This is how it contributes to the dreenhouse effect.

It is important when concidering global Warming because it is writen in no uncertain terms that the contries involved need to reach their goals, and try to pevent global warming as much as possible

The increasing amount of carbon dioxide in the air is causing the Earth to increase in temperature. This is known as Global Warming. This is a greenhouse effect.

Effects Of Global Warming

Every time you need to go somewhere, consider if there's a way to get there without using your car.

Always shut down your computer when you're finished with it.

How Can We reduce the Greenhouse Effect?

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The Kyoto protocol is an agreement made by many countries in December 1997, it came into force with Russia's ratification in 2005. It basically states that the countries involved have to watch how much GHG they are putting in the atmosphere and limit it as much as posible.

On Earth?

The Carbon Tax is an Australian Federal Law that basicaly state that poluters that are putting carbon and other harmful waste products have to pay a tax for their poluting. This can help reduce the greenhouse effect by putting big bussinesses of polluting so much and finding cleaner enviromentaly friendly alturnatives

By Sam Alsop, Hamish Bell and Conner Andrews


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