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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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