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Aim of the this presentation is to explain reasons of global warming and effects of it on human life.

Aim of the this presentation is to explain reasons of global warming and effects of it on human life.
Prepared by Sinem COSKUN, Ersin AKTAS, Sevil SONGUR, Ender ERCAN, Mehmet ERTÜRK

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  • GLOBAL WARMING Are we aware of the danger? SEVİL SONGUR SİNEM COŞKUN ERSİN AKTAŞ ENDER ERCAN MEHMET ERTÜRK
  • Outline
    • Mean of Global Warming
    • Greenhouse Effects
    • Effects of Global Warming
    • What can be Done?
    • Conclusion
  • How Global Warming Works Fossil fuels (coal, oil, natural gas) Carbon Dioxide (CO 2 )
  • What is Global Warming?
    • is an increase in the earth's temperature due to fossil fuels, industry, and agricultural processes caused by human, natural, and other gas emissions.
  • Difference
    • GLOBAL WARMING
    • is the increase of the Earth’s average surface temperature due to a build-up of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere.
    • CLIMATE CHANGE
    • is a broader term that refers to long-term changes in climate, including average temperature and precipitation.
  • Greenhouse Effects
    • Releasing the gases
    • Occurance of new layer
  • Greenhouse Effects
    • Solid energy
    • Deforestation
    • Population
    • Consumption
  • The Effects of Global Warming
    • Sea Level
    • Agriculture
    • Wildlife
    • Health
    • Water Resources
    • Natural Events
    • Warmer seas
    • Melting ice
    • Asitic effect
    • Higher sea levels
    • .
    Effects on Sea Level
  • Effects on Agriculture
    • Growth of plants
    • Food and water
    • shortages
    • Low-lying land
    • Carbon dioxide
    • Uncertainity
  • Effects on Wildlife
    • Climate zones
    • Forests
  • Effects on Health
    • Warmer temperatures
    • Extreme events
    • Infectious diseases
    • Positive effects
    • Changing evaporation and rainfall
    • Hydroelectric power
    Effects on Water Sources 1970s 2000s
  • Natural Events
    • Heat waves
    • Flooding
    • Droughts
    • Storms
    • Tornadoes
  • What can Be Done?
    • Efficient energy uses
    • Insolute to homes
    • Recycling
    • Leaving the car at home
  • What Governments can Do?
    • Establishing climate change programmes
    • Intergovernmental conventions
    • Regulations for sustainable development
    • Renewable energy plants
  • Everything is under the control of us, we have to be aware of that. Otherwise, Preventitive steps are crucial irreversible changes expect us!