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    • Global Warming
      By: ArshedNaeem
    • History About the Earth.
      The Earth was formed about 4.5 billion years ago.
      At that time the earth contained about 1% oxygen pressure
      The plants were developed first about 2.7 billion years ago
      The first animal was develop around 600 millions year ago
      Earliest human was born about 4.1 million ago
      The Population was doubled from 3 billion to 6 billion from the year of 1959 to 1999
      Currently the total world’s population is approx. 6,781,000,000 people
    • What is Global Warming.
      Global warming is an increase in the earth's average atmospheric temperature that causes corresponding changes in climate and that may result from the greenhouse effect.
    • What iscausing the global warming?
      Burning Fossil Fuels
      Cutting down trees
      Burning forest
      Factories Pollution
      Coal
      Natural Gases
      Oil
    • The Effects of Global Warming
      Greenhouse Effect
      Rising Sea Levels
      Increase temperature
      Habitat Damage and Species Affected
    • What is Greenhouse gases?
      Greenhouse gases is any of the atmospheric gases that contribute to the greenhouse effect by absorbing infrared radiation produced by solar warming of the Earth's surface.
    • Here is How Greenhouse Works.
    • Causes of Rise in Sea Levels
      The sea level rises about 1.8 mm every year in the past century
    • What you think is happening here?
    • Rising Sea Levels
    • Reasons of Temperature Rise
      Increase concentration of greenhouse gases
      Burning fossil fuels
      The earth temperature rose 1 degree Fahrenheit since last century
    • Increase temperature
    • Increase temperature
    • Habitat Damage and Species Affected
      The first mammal was extinct directly due to global warming.
      If these global warming continues we could lose as much as 10% of all species on the planet by 2050 and 30% of all bird species by 2100.
    • Here is a YouTube Video Link
      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oJAbATJCugs
    • What Can be done to stop global warming?
      Many Scientists agreed that the burning of fossil fuels is causing global warming. There are many solutions and ways to stop the Global Warming.
    • Many ways to stop global warming.
      Stop fossil fuels
      Stop factories pollution
      which will cause lack of oxygen
      Reduce Waste
      Use Solar Power energy
      Use clean coal and oil
      Drive low emission and more fuel efficiency vehicle
      Plant Trees
    • Al Glore
      Al gore is the VP and spent many years in researching how we can resolve the global warming situation
      He support clean energy legislation that will create millions of jobs and help solve the climate crisis
    • In conclusion
      Global warming is affecting plants, animals, humans and the earth. We need to practice how to conserve our use of fossil fuels to minimize carbon dioxide production. This will slow down the effects of global warming.
    • Sources
      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Global_warming
      http://environment.nationalgeographic.com/environment/global-warming/