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  • 1. Environmental Issue “Global Warming” by: Abdulla AlBlooshiLSEC N101 Instructor:Academic Communication Mr. Hedley Butterfie
  • 2. Agenda• Introduction• Causes• Consequences• Possible solutions• Global Warming reduction by: – Local and national government – Corporations – Organizations (NGOs) – Private individuals• Recommendation• Conclusion• References
  • 3. Introduction• What is Global Warming? – Global warming • increase in average air and water temperatures • due in part to the greenhouse effect • a natural phenomenon • human activities have significantly amplified – Global warming is • Climate Change
  • 4. Causes• Major contributors are human activities• Excessive use of Non-Renewable Energy – producing gases from greenhouse• Two groups influencing causes – Natural causes – Manmade causes
  • 5. Natural Causes• Methane gas release from – Wetlands – Artic tundra• Greenhouse-trapping gases – Heating the atmosphere of the Earth – Undergoing cycle of climate change
  • 6. Manmade Causes• Greenhouse Effect• Pollution• Burning fossil fuels (oil and coal)• Factory production of plastics• Deforestation
  • 7. CausesSource: <>
  • 8. ConsequencesSource: <>
  • 9. Main ConsequencesSource: <>
  • 10. Consequences• Rising air and water temperatures• Rising sea levels and changes in ocean currents• Increased extreme weather events• Rapidly melting glaciers• Changes in animal migration
  • 11. Illustration Example: ConsequencesSource: <;;;>
  • 12. Possible Solutions• Wind Power• Solar Power• Transportation: Fuel-Efficiency
  • 13. Roles and Responsibilities• Local and national government – Legislation for air, water and soil quality – Participation at global, regional, national cooperation – Targets are yearly – Government department – Regulations, laws, procedures, and policies
  • 14. Roles and Responsibilities• Corporations – Stop production of global warming favoring products – Follow best practices – Face fines and shut down – Favoring global warming should be fined and shut down. – Follow and abide with acts • established to cool global environment
  • 15. Roles and Responsibilities• Organizations (NGOs) – Working towards course of action – Requiring political acceptability – Having solutions and visions. – Conducting research and studies – Plan for immediate actions
  • 16. Roles and Responsibilities• Private individuals – Avoiding energy wasting – Using renewable sources – Turning off unwanted devices or machines – Using low energy consuming products – Recycling and reusing
  • 17. Roles and Responsibilities• Private individuals – Eating organic foods – Using public transportation, walk or cycle – Using renewable energies and clean power – Increasing in the number of plants at each household
  • 18. Recommendation• Clean Air Act• Clean Water Act• Clean Land Act• Trade Plan• Green building and living• Oil and gas business• Awareness
  • 19. Conclusion• Global warming serious threat to – Earth – Humans – Animals – Plants• Conserving use of harmful activities• Minimizing production of CO2
  • 20. Conclusion• Natural and manmade causes are – Harming and increasing the consequences• Possible solutions available• Slowing down the effects is not effective• Cooling the planet is the most effective
  • 21. Mind Map of Global WarmingSource: <>
  • 22. References• Brose, I., Stappen, F., Castiaux, A., (2010). Articulation of environmental and socio-economic externalities from bioenergy, Management of Environmental Quality: An International Journal, Vol. 21 Iss: 6, pp.812 – 829. Retrieved 10 December 2012 from• Dauncey, G. (2009). Climate Challenge: 101 Solutions to Global Warming (pp. 145). New York: New Society Publishers. Retrieved 10 December 2012 from• Eastwood, E. (2011). Global Warming: What Else Can You Do About It? (pp. 32). New York: iUniverse. Retrieved 10 December 2012 from• Esters, K., and Nichols, R. (2003). Global Warming: Fact or Fiction? Retrieved 25 November 2012 from• Filho, W. (2011). The Economic (pp. 208). New York: Springer. Retrieved 10 December 2012 from
  • 23. References• Gary Braasch. (2009). Earth Under Fire: How Global Warming Is Changing the World (pp. 7). New York: University of California Press. Retrieved 10 December 2012 from• Hussen, A. (2012). Principles of Environmental Economics and Sustainability: An Integrated Economic and Ecological Approach (pp. 346). New York: Routledge. Retrieved 10 December 2012 from• McKinney, M., Dr Schoch, R., and Yonavjak, L. (2007). Environmental Science: Systems And Solutions (pp. 482). New York: Jones & Bartlett Learning. Retrieved 10 December 2012 from• Miller, G., and Spoolman, S. (2008). Sustaining the Earth: An Integrated Approach (pp. 273-274). New York: Cengage Learning. Retrieved 10 December 2012 from
  • 24. References• Mintzer, I. (1992). Confronting Climate Change: Risks, Implications and Responses (pp. 266). New York: Cambridge University Press. Retrieved 10 December 2012 from,+role+of+NGOs&source=g bs_navlinks_s• Valls, J., and Sardá, R., (2009). Tourism expert perceptions for evaluating climate change impacts on the Euro-Mediterranean tourism industry, Tourism Review, Vol. 64 Iss: 2, pp.41 – 51. Retrieved 10 December 2012 from• Vasanthi, V. (2007). Eureka (pp. 79). New Delhi: Pearson Education India. Retrieved 10 December 2012 from