Managing impacts of climate change

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Managing impacts of climate change

  1. 1. weather climate&responses to climate change
  2. 2. objectives By the end of the lesson, you should be able to
  3. 3. objectives By the end of the lesson, you should be able to describe what the Kyoto Protocol and Copenhagen Accord is about.
  4. 4. objectives By the end of the lesson, you should be able to describe what the Kyoto Protocol and Copenhagen Accord is about. explain how the Kyoto Protocol and Copenhagen Accord is effective in mitigating climate change
  5. 5. objectives By the end of the lesson, you should be able to describe what the Kyoto Protocol and Copenhagen Accord is about. explain how the Kyoto Protocol and Copenhagen Accord is effective in mitigating climate change explain how the Kyoto Protocol and Copenhagen Accord is ineffective in mitigating climate change
  6. 6. recap
  7. 7. CLIMATE CHANGE
  8. 8. CLIMATE CHANGE GLOBAL WARMING
  9. 9. CLIMATE CHANGE GLOBAL WARMING OR
  10. 10. CLIMATE CHANGE GLOBAL WARMING GLOBAL COOLING OR
  11. 11. CLIMATE CHANGE GLOBAL WARMING GLOBAL COOLING OR Increase in Global Temperature
  12. 12. CLIMATE CHANGE GLOBAL WARMING GLOBAL COOLING OR Increase in Global Temperature Traps more heat in atmosphere
  13. 13. CLIMATE CHANGE GLOBAL WARMING GLOBAL COOLING OR Increase in Global Temperature Traps more heat in atmosphere Enhanced Greenhouse Effect
  14. 14. CLIMATE CHANGE GLOBAL WARMING GLOBAL COOLING OR Increase in Global Temperature Traps more heat in atmosphere Enhanced Greenhouse Effect More Greenhouse Gases in Atmosphere
  15. 15. CLIMATE CHANGE GLOBAL WARMING GLOBAL COOLING OR CAUSES OF CLIMATE CHANGE Increase in Global Temperature Traps more heat in atmosphere Enhanced Greenhouse Effect More Greenhouse Gases in Atmosphere
  16. 16. CLIMATE CHANGE GLOBAL WARMING GLOBAL COOLING OR CAUSES OF CLIMATE CHANGE Increase in Global Temperature Traps more heat in atmosphere Enhanced Greenhouse Effect NATURAL More Greenhouse Gases in Atmosphere
  17. 17. ANTHROPOGENIC CLIMATE CHANGE GLOBAL WARMING GLOBAL COOLING OR CAUSES OF CLIMATE CHANGE Increase in Global Temperature Traps more heat in atmosphere Enhanced Greenhouse Effect NATURAL More Greenhouse Gases in Atmosphere
  18. 18. ANTHROPOGENIC CLIMATE CHANGE GLOBAL WARMING GLOBAL COOLING OR CAUSES OF CLIMATE CHANGE Increase in Global Temperature Traps more heat in atmosphere Enhanced Greenhouse Effect NATURAL BURNING OF FOSSIL FUELS More Greenhouse Gases in Atmosphere
  19. 19. ANTHROPOGENIC CLIMATE CHANGE GLOBAL WARMING GLOBAL COOLING OR CAUSES OF CLIMATE CHANGE Increase in Global Temperature Traps more heat in atmosphere Enhanced Greenhouse Effect NATURAL DEFOREST- ATION BURNING OF FOSSIL FUELS More Greenhouse Gases in Atmosphere
  20. 20. ANTHROPOGENIC CLIMATE CHANGE GLOBAL WARMING GLOBAL COOLING OR CAUSES OF CLIMATE CHANGE Increase in Global Temperature Traps more heat in atmosphere Enhanced Greenhouse Effect NATURAL INDUSTRIES DEFOREST- ATION BURNING OF FOSSIL FUELS More Greenhouse Gases in Atmosphere
  21. 21. ANTHROPOGENIC CLIMATE CHANGE GLOBAL WARMING GLOBAL COOLING OR CAUSES OF CLIMATE CHANGE Increase in Global Temperature Traps more heat in atmosphere Enhanced Greenhouse Effect NATURAL URBAN-
 ISATION INDUSTRIES DEFOREST- ATION BURNING OF FOSSIL FUELS More Greenhouse Gases in Atmosphere
  22. 22. ANTHROPOGENIC CLIMATE CHANGE GLOBAL WARMING GLOBAL COOLING OR CAUSES OF CLIMATE CHANGE Increase in Global Temperature Traps more heat in atmosphere Enhanced Greenhouse Effect NATURAL AGRI-
 CULTURE URBAN-
 ISATION INDUSTRIES DEFOREST- ATION BURNING OF FOSSIL FUELS More Greenhouse Gases in Atmosphere
  23. 23. ANTHROPOGENIC CLIMATE CHANGE GLOBAL WARMING GLOBAL COOLING OR CAUSES OF CLIMATE CHANGE Increase in Global Temperature Traps more heat in atmosphere Enhanced Greenhouse Effect NATURAL AGRI-
 CULTURE URBAN-
 ISATION INDUSTRIES DEFOREST- ATION BURNING OF FOSSIL FUELS More Greenhouse Gases in Atmosphere IMPACTS
  24. 24. ANTHROPOGENIC CLIMATE CHANGE GLOBAL WARMING GLOBAL COOLING OR CAUSES OF CLIMATE CHANGE Increase in Global Temperature Traps more heat in atmosphere Enhanced Greenhouse Effect NATURAL AGRI-
 CULTURE URBAN-
 ISATION INDUSTRIES DEFOREST- ATION BURNING OF FOSSIL FUELS More Greenhouse Gases in Atmosphere IMPACTS Therefore, to reduce the impacts of climate change….
  25. 25. ANTHROPOGENIC CLIMATE CHANGE GLOBAL WARMING GLOBAL COOLING OR CAUSES OF CLIMATE CHANGE Increase in Global Temperature Traps more heat in atmosphere Enhanced Greenhouse Effect NATURAL AGRI-
 CULTURE URBAN-
 ISATION INDUSTRIES DEFOREST- ATION BURNING OF FOSSIL FUELS More Greenhouse Gases in Atmosphere IMPACTS Countries have to find ways to reduce global warming…
  26. 26. ANTHROPOGENIC CLIMATE CHANGE GLOBAL WARMING GLOBAL COOLING OR CAUSES OF CLIMATE CHANGE Increase in Global Temperature Traps more heat in atmosphere Enhanced Greenhouse Effect NATURAL AGRI-
 CULTURE URBAN-
 ISATION INDUSTRIES DEFOREST- ATION BURNING OF FOSSIL FUELS More Greenhouse Gases in Atmosphere IMPACTS By reducing the amount of greenhouse gases they release / emit
  27. 27. ANTHROPOGENIC CLIMATE CHANGE GLOBAL WARMING GLOBAL COOLING OR CAUSES OF CLIMATE CHANGE Increase in Global Temperature Traps more heat in atmosphere Enhanced Greenhouse Effect NATURAL AGRI-
 CULTURE URBAN-
 ISATION INDUSTRIES DEFOREST- ATION BURNING OF FOSSIL FUELS More Greenhouse Gases in Atmosphere IMPACTS by reducing the causes or finding alternatives to these causes
  28. 28. setting the context (Answer the questions on Google Form! https://docs.google.com/forms/d/13ewd6_hxFt5RErysLb2JTu7LTc8cy2tJQKsHiQSOVrk/viewform?usp=send_form)
  29. 29. ANTHROPOGENIC CAUSES OF CLIMATE CHANGE AGRI-
 CULTURE URBAN-
 ISATION INDUSTRIES DEFOREST- ATION BURNING OF FOSSIL FUELS Qns 1:Why are humans doing all these? Must use terms: energy, development, population growth
  30. 30. ANTHROPOGENIC CAUSES OF CLIMATE CHANGE AGRI-
 CULTURE URBAN-
 ISATION INDUSTRIES DEFOREST- ATION BURNING OF FOSSIL FUELS Qns 2:With the help of your answer in Qns 1, how will a country be affected if it is forced to reduce all these to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions? Must use terms: energy, development, population growth
  31. 31. Qns 3: Consider the following data sources. Why are some countries reluctant to use renewable energy instead of burning fossil fuels?
  32. 32. Qns 3: Consider the following data sources. Why are some countries reluctant to use renewable energy instead of burning fossil fuels? In 2012, Singapore produced 46 900 000 MWh of energy for use
  33. 33. Qns 3: Consider the following data sources. Why are some countries reluctant to use renewable energy instead of burning fossil fuels? In 2012, Singapore produced 46 900 000 MWh of energy for use NATURAL GAS Cost: US$87 per MWh
  34. 34. Qns 3: Consider the following data sources. Why are some countries reluctant to use renewable energy instead of burning fossil fuels? In 2012, Singapore produced 46 900 000 MWh of energy for use SOLAR ENERGY Cost: US$116 per MWh Require open areas that are not cloudy and consistently sunny to be effective NATURAL GAS Cost: US$87 per MWh
  35. 35. Qns 3: Consider the following data sources. Why are some countries reluctant to use renewable energy instead of burning fossil fuels? In 2012, Singapore produced 46 900 000 MWh of energy for use SOLAR ENERGY Cost: US$116 per MWh Require open areas that are not cloudy and consistently sunny to be effective NATURAL GAS Cost: US$87 per MWh Cost: US$48 per MWh Require open areas that are very windy to be effective WIND ENERGY
  36. 36. Qns 3: Consider the following data sources. Why are some countries reluctant to use renewable energy instead of burning fossil fuels? In 2012, Singapore produced 46 900 000 MWh of energy for use SOLAR ENERGY Cost: US$116 per MWh Require open areas that are not cloudy and consistently sunny to be effective NATURAL GAS Cost: US$87 per MWh Cost: US$48 per MWh Require open areas that are very windy to be effective WIND ENERGY HYDROPOWER Cost: US$48 per MWh Require huge rivers to flood a lot of land after building dams.
  37. 37. Qns 4: Base on your answer in Qns 3, suggest one way countries can be encouraged to use other sources of energy instead of fossil fuels. SOLAR ENERGY Cost: US$116 per MWh Require open areas that are not cloudy and consistently sunny to be effective Cost: US$48 per MWh Require open areas that are very windy to be effective WIND ENERGY HYDROPOWER Cost: US$48 per MWh Require huge rivers to flood a lot of land after building dams.
  38. 38. the scenario
  39. 39. imagine The both of you are Prime Ministers of 2 different countries (Decide who’s Prime Minister for which country) A B
  40. 40. A B
  41. 41. A B More Developed $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$
  42. 42. A B Less Developed $$$ More Developed $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$
  43. 43. A B Less Developed $$$ More Urbanised More Developed $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$
  44. 44. A B Less Developed $$$ More Urbanised Less Urbanised More Developed $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$
  45. 45. A B Less Developed $$$ More Urbanised Less Urbanised Less Industries More Developed $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$
  46. 46. A B Less Developed $$$ More Urbanised Less Urbanised More Industries Less Industries More Developed $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$
  47. 47. A B Less Developed $$$ More Urbanised Less Urbanised More Industries Less Industries High Population Growth More Developed $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$
  48. 48. A B Less Developed $$$ More Urbanised Less Urbanised More Industries Less Industries Low Population Growth High Population Growth More Developed $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$
  49. 49. A B$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ Qns 5: Which country is more likely to have a higher greenhouse gas emission? Why?
  50. 50. A B$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ Qns 6: Which country is likely to increase its rate of deforestation? Why? DEFOREST- ATION
  51. 51. A B$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ Qns 7: What will happen to both countries if they are both forced to cut down on their greenhouse gas emission? 
 (word to use: level of development, lifestyle)
  52. 52. A B$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ Qns 8a: Which country had more deforestation? Qns 8b: Country A, force Country B to stop deforestation. How did you all respond? Why?
  53. 53. A B$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ Qns 9a: Which country is better able to replace fossil fuels with renewable energy? Qns 9b: Country A, force Country B to replace fossil fuels with renewable energy. How did you all respond? Why?
  54. 54. base on your responses, answer the qns in your handout

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