What is Global Warming?Global Warming is the gradual increase in theoverall temperature of the earths atmosphere.
Causes• Greenhouse Gases• Burning of fossil fuels• Air pollution• Deforestation
Effects• Ice melting• Rising of sea levels• Shifts in Animal populations• Hurricane and storms• Floods and droughts• Spread of diseases
InterviewQ1 : What are something you know aboutglobal warming?Global warming is the acceleration oftemperature worldwide due to ozone depletion.However, global warming is mainly caused bythe human activities such as deforestation.
InterviewQ2 : What are some of the things that can bedone to reduce the effect of global warming?I believe decrease the amount of fuel burning,in other words, cars. Also, treasuring theamount of limit resources we have and put it togood use as well as recycling them.
InterviewQ3 : Do you participate in any activities thathelps reduce the effect of global warming?Yes, recently Ive been volunteering in thiscommunity garden project where we use thelittle waste land in our neighborhood and try tochange it into a place where people can planttheir fruits and vegetables in.
Questions• What are some of the things we can do toreduce the effect of global warming?• Will climate change bring benefits to someareas?
For More Info• Global Warming – National Geographichttp://environment.nationalgeographic.com/environment/global-warming/• Global warming - Wikipedia, the freeencyclopediahttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Global_warming
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