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  • 1. P R O P O N E N T S & S K E P T I C S
  • 2. People who support the idea that climate change is caused unnaturally. People who do not support the idea that climate change is caused unnaturally. Climate Change Proponents Climate Change Skeptics Climate Change D E F I N I T I O N S Significant changes in environmental factors such as temperature, humidity, and precipitation on a global scale due to natural and unnatural causes. T H E
  • 3. O P I N I O N S T H E
  • 4. N 2 O 2 H 2 O CH 4 CO 2 T H E O R Y T H E Short Wave Radiation becomes Long Wave Radiation and it exits the atmosphere. Short Wave Radiation enters the atmosphere and travels through Non-Carbon Gases and Carbon Gases. Long Radiation can travel through Non-Carbon Gases. Long Wave Radiation is absorbed by Carbon Gases. Long Wave Radiation is absorbed by Carbon Gases. The Carbon Gases then emit Heat. Carbon Gases Non-Carbon Gases Short Wave Radiation Short Wave Radiation Long Wave Radiation Long Wave Radiation Heat Heat
  • 5. C Y C L E T H E N 2 O 2 H 2 O CH 4 CO 2 Natural Factors Unnatural Factors Carbon Gases Non-Carbon Gases CO 2 CO 2 C C C C O 2 CO 2 CH 4 CH 4
  • 6. C O N S E Q U E N C E S T H E More Famine More Poverty More Allergies More Pollution More Wars More Deaths More Diseases More Extinctions Less Trees Less Crops Less Snow Less Flowers Less Bears Less Penguins Less Whales Less Frogs More Floods More Fires More Droughts More Storms
  • 7. “ Climate change is occurring as indicated by analysis of the temperature and observation of the environment.” D E B A T E T H E Skeptic Proponent “ Climate change is not occurring because there is no indication of temperature or environmental changes.” “ Climate change is not occurring because local areas show contradictory temperatures. ” “ Climate change is occurring as indicated by analysis of global temperatures, not local temperatures.” “ Climate change is occurring, but it is caused naturally by a temperature cycle.” “ Climate change is occurring faster than a temperature cycle would indicate.”
  • 8. M I K I Y A & E R I C & T Z A R