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  • 1. Global An impending doom or just a catalyst? Kyle Paiva Eric Schultz Brittany Campbell Chris Wenstrom DJ Myithil
  • 2. Global An impending doom or just a catalyst? Kyle Paiva Eric Schultz Brittany Campbell Chris Wenstrom DJ Myithil
  • 3. Global An impending doom or just a catalyst? Kyle Paiva Eric Schultz Brittany Campbell Chris Wenstrom DJ Myithil
  • 4. Global An impending doom or just a catalyst? Kyle Paiva Eric Schultz Brittany Campbell Chris Wenstrom DJ Myithil
  • 5. What is Global • Global warming is the gradual increase in the earth's surface temperature. • Global warming itself is not a bad thing, just the rate at which it is now warming is unnatural and dangerous to the Earth. • The overabundance of greenhouse gases is the primary cause of global warming. • Greenhouse gases are heat-trapping gases that are mostly emitted by humans.
  • 6. What is Global • Carbon dioxide is the most common gas responsible for global warming. • Other gases, such as methane, water vapor, chlorofluorocarbons, and nitrous oxide, are far stronger than carbon dioxide but still do not match to the damage carbon dioxide has done. • The Greenhouse Effect is what keeps the Earth from being an unstable environment temperature-wise, but when too many gases are trapped, an unusual amount of heat is created. • The depletion of the ozone layer makes it more thin, letting more UV Rays penetrate our atmosphere, also adding to the increased heating.
  • 7. Political Cartoons heating up the
  • 8. Political Cartoons heating up the
  • 9. Political Cartoons heating up the
  • 10. Political Cartoons heating up the
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  • 12. How is it related • Global warming largely affects the global climate. With all of the temperature increases, the climate will have to react and ultimately change. • Water use, heating, the seasons, sea level, cooling, and weather overall will change due to global warming. • Signs of this have already occurred with melting of glaciers, unnatural average temperatures, increase of natural disasters, odd weather patterns, sea level rising, and much more. • Climate change also comments on how the biosphere will quickly have to adapt to the large, abrupt changes happening or perish. • Signs of this have already occurred with coral reef bleaching, increase of heat-related illness and disease, migration, extinction or impending extinction of animals, and much more.
  • 13. Humans and • Humans are largely responsible for global warming! • Humans are emitting carbon dioxide into the atmosphere at rate much higher than before and much faster than before. The oceans and plants are not able to keep up and absorb it, leading to the overall increase in heat. • Human activities caused largely by industrialization are responsible. Burning of fossil fuels, pollution, deforestation, use of CFCs, agriculture, landfills, natural gas leaks, and much more.
  • 14. Humans and • Humans can be dangerously impacted from global warming due to heat waves, cancers and other diseases, decreased food production, natural disaster deaths, and even the threat of an ice age. • Humans are also affected economically, environmentally, politically, and socially by the threat of global warming. • The “Go Green” craze has been a large, positive response to the threat of global warming. Many people are realizing their negative impact and taking steps to reduce it.
  • 15. Global Warming has affected our media
  • 16. Global Warming has affected our media
  • 17. Global Warming has affected our media
  • 18. Global Warming has affected our media
  • 19. Global Warming has affected our media
  • 20. Global Warming has affected our media
  • 21. Global Warming has affected our media
  • 22. Global Warming has affected our media
  • 23. Global Warming has affected our media
  • 24. Global Warming has affected our media
  • 25. Global Warming has affected our media
  • 26. Our Claim • Although global warming is negatively effecting the Earth, it’s just a catalyst for the unnatural climate change caused by human activity. People must be educated about what global climate change is doing, how it’s happening, and how to prevent it from getting worse.
  • 27. We Cannot Ignore the Effects of • http://www.youtube.com/v/oJAbATJCugs&hl=en_US&fs=1&
  • 28. THE END!