• Global warming is
average air
temperatures
increasing near
the surface of
Earth over the
past one to two
centuries.
• Global warming is
• The greenhouse effect
sometimes called as the
is the absorption of
greenhouse effect.
energy radiate...
• The greenhouse
effect is what is
causing the
temperature on the
Earth to rise, and
creating many
problems that will
begi...
• Each time we burn gasoline, oil, coal, or
even natural gas, more carbon dioxide is
added to the atmosphere
Average global temperatures have risen 1 degree Fahrenheit(0.8
degree Celsius) over the last century. If carbon dioxide an...
• If the present arctic ice
melting continues, the
sea could rise as much
as 2 meters by the
middle of the next
century. L...
• Decreased rainfall in
some areas will result
in increased rainfall in
others. In some
regions, river flow will
be reduce...
•At the present
rate of
destruction,
most of the rain
forests will be
gone by the
middle of the
century.
• Plants and other wildlife
habitats might not have
enough time to adjust
to the rapidly changing
climate and many
species...
I think that we all
need to think about
global warming and
find solutions of this
problem.
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Global warming

  1. 1. • Global warming is average air temperatures increasing near the surface of Earth over the past one to two centuries.
  2. 2. • Global warming is • The greenhouse effect sometimes called as the is the absorption of greenhouse effect. energy radiated from the Earth's surface by carbon dioxide and other gases in the atmosphere, causing the atmosphere to become warmer.
  3. 3. • The greenhouse effect is what is causing the temperature on the Earth to rise, and creating many problems that will begin to take place in the coming decades.
  4. 4. • Each time we burn gasoline, oil, coal, or even natural gas, more carbon dioxide is added to the atmosphere
  5. 5. Average global temperatures have risen 1 degree Fahrenheit(0.8 degree Celsius) over the last century. If carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases continue to spill into the atmosphere, global temperatures could rise five to 10 degrees Fahrenheit by the middle of the next century.
  6. 6. • If the present arctic ice melting continues, the sea could rise as much as 2 meters by the middle of the next century. Large areas of coastal land would disappear.
  7. 7. • Decreased rainfall in some areas will result in increased rainfall in others. In some regions, river flow will be reduced or stopped all together completely. Other areas will experience sudden downpours that create massive floods.
  8. 8. •At the present rate of destruction, most of the rain forests will be gone by the middle of the century.
  9. 9. • Plants and other wildlife habitats might not have enough time to adjust to the rapidly changing climate and many species will die.
  10. 10. I think that we all need to think about global warming and find solutions of this problem.

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