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Global Warming

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  • 1. Global Warming Done by Karen, Kundai & Maria
  • 2. What is Global Warming Greenhouse effect -sun rays travel through atmosphere -absorption -reflection Forms a blanket over the atmosphere It started in the 1800’s
  • 3. Causes Industry fossil fuel combustion Transportation Electricity generation Population
  • 4. Effects Floods, rising sea levels Droughts Storms and greater damage More heat related illnesses Fires Endangered wildlife Changing seasons video
  • 5. Industries Affected Fishing Industry Holiday Resort Industry Mining
  • 6. Other Affected Industries Wine Industry Water Industry Forestry Industry
  • 7. Projections for 2050 Climate Ecology Food Fastest Growing Economies Tourism
  • 8. Instant Cities Incheon coast of South Korea near Seoul, in Songdo City
  • 9. WHAT CAN WE DO ABOUT IT?
  • 10. Works Cited  http://www.irinnews.org/report/95182/climate-change-a-threedegree-warmer-world-by-2050  http://affordablehousinginstitute.org/blogs/us/2011/09/thecity-that-will-never-sleep.html