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20091202 Comenius Social Aspects
20091202 Comenius Social Aspects
20091202 Comenius Social Aspects
20091202 Comenius Social Aspects
20091202 Comenius Social Aspects
20091202 Comenius Social Aspects
20091202 Comenius Social Aspects
20091202 Comenius Social Aspects
20091202 Comenius Social Aspects
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20091202 Comenius Social Aspects

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  • 1. GROUP 1 From the social point of view:
  • 2. Droughts and spreading deserts
    • Not practical for cities
    • Improve the cities that are at risk of becoming surrounded by deserts
    • Irrigation systems, pumps and recycling water
    • Building cities in the deserts
    • Refugees
  • 3. Floodings
    • Fatal consequences
    • Evacuation
    • Starvation
  • 4. Sea levels rising
    • The population migrating
    • Hard to find homes
    • People could die
    • Seperations
  • 5. Deforestation
    • If you cut down all the trees in a big forest the area will slowly become a desert.
    • People who live there have to move and it will be much harder to find fresh water.
  • 6. Lack of fresh water
    • Increased need for fresh water
    • Emigration
    • Climate refugees
    • Lack of fresh water all over the globe
    • Spreading of waterborn diseases.
  • 7. Changing salintiy levels
    • Icebergs melting
    • Salinity levels changes
    • Fishes migrate
    • People losing their income
    • Lack of fish
  • 8. Climate refugees
    • People who are forced to move
    • Seperation
    • Depression
    • Forced to adapt
    • Cultural clashes.
  • 9.
    • THE END

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