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Global warming

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  • 1. Life’send
    ULACIT
    ORAL PRESENTATION
    ENGLISH IV
    Jose Alberto Jimenez
    We have passed through tipping points
    but we haven’t passed yet through the point of no return
  • 2. Introduction
    Different issues against environment
    Solutions
    My point of view and some reflections
    Agenda
  • 3.
  • 4. Melting Ice
    Frozen water
    The Earth's ice cover acts as a protective mirror, reflecting a large share of the sun's heat back into space and keeping the planet cool.
    Scientists suspect that the enhanced melting is among the first observable signs
    of human-induced global warming, caused by the unprecedented release of
    carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases
  • 5. Melting Ice
    The Earth's ice cover is melting in more places and at higher rates than at any time since record keeping began
    Loss of the ice would not only affect the global climate, but would also raise sea levels
    Wildlife is already suffering as a result of global ice melt-particularly at the poles, where marine mammals, seabirds, and other creatures depend on food found at the ice edge
  • 6. Methane Gas
    Methane (CH4) is a relatively potent greenhouse gas with a high global warming potential that remains in the atmosphere for approximately 9-15 years.
  • 7. Methane is over 20 times more effective in trapping heat in the atmosphere than carbon dioxide (CO2)
    It is emitted from a variety of natural and human-influenced sources (agricultural activities).
    Methane Gas
  • 8. Deforestation
    It means the permanent destruction of forests and woodlands
    Forests: The Earth’s lungs
  • 9. Deforestation: Consequences
    Alteration of local and global climates.
    Extinction of species which depend on the forest for survival.
    Forests contain more than half of all species on our planet - as the habitat of these species is destroyed, so the number of species declines.
    Forests: The Earth’s lungs
  • 10. Recycling
    The act of processing used materials for use in creating new products.
    Solutions
  • 11. Reduce the electric energy consume
    Electricity does cause a large quantities of carbon dioxide (CO2), which affect the atmosphere
    Solutions
  • 12. Stop deforestation
    It helps to provide a range of benefits, as increasing tree cover and soil fertility Also, improves moisture retention and nutrient content structure
    Solutions
  • 13. Global warming maybe is not causing the biggest effect right now, but in future we all will pay it`s punishment.
    So the idea of all advices is to notify people what is going on with the environment with the purpose of change their minds taking care of nature and where we live.
    My objective
  • 14. There are too many actions which have an effect on our environment, and are difficult to eradicate at all. However, we can try to decrease their penalty on the earth, doing little things in order to change at least everything around us.
    To reflect…
  • 15. “The power of one is the power to do something, anything”
    And consider
  • 16. Thank you

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