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Global warming

  1. 1. GLOBAL WARMING
  2. 2. Global warming is the increase in average temperature of the earths near surface air and oceans.Most of the observed temperature increase is caused by increased concentration of greenhouse gasesMajor gases water vapor – 36-70% carbon dioxide- 9 – 26 % methane - 4- 9 % ozone -3–7%
  3. 3. GREEN HOUSE EFFECT
  4. 4. Causes of global warmingEmission of green house gases like carbon dioxide, methane, nitrous oxide etc into the atmosphere.The major source is carbon dioxide (80%)20% by methane and nitrous oxide.
  5. 5. Carbon dioxideThe major source of carbon dioxide is the power plants. Burning of fossil fuels for the purpose of electricity generation. About twenty percent of carbon dioxide emitted in the atmosphere comes from burning of gasoline in the engines of the vehicles.
  6. 6. MethaneMethane is more than 20 times as effectual as CO2 at entrapping heat in the atmosphereMethane is obtained from resources such as rice paddies, bovine flatulence, bacteria in bogs and fossil fuel manufacture.
  7. 7. Nitrous oxide The main sources of nitrous oxide include nylon and nitric acid production, cars with catalytic converters, the use of fertilizers in agriculture and the burning of organic matter.
  8. 8. DeforestationCutting and burning of forests for the purpose of residence and industrialization
  9. 9. ConsequencesThe effect of global warming isIncreasing the average temperature of the earth.Alterations in the ecology, including an increasing sea level and modifying the quantity and pattern of rainfall.Boost the occurrence and concentration of severe climate events, such as floods, famines, heat waves, tornados, and twisters.
  10. 10. • Glacier melting, lesser summer stream flows, genus extinctions and rise in the ranges of disease vectors.• Various new diseases have emerged.• The global warming is extending the distribution of mosquitoes due to the increase in humidity levels and their frequent growth in warmer atmosphere.• Effects the marine life.
  11. 11. Responses to global warming1. MITIGATION2. ADAPTATION3. GEOENGINEERING4. UNFCC (United nations framework convention on climate change)
  12. 12. The Kyoto Protocol is aimed at stabilizing greenhouse gas concentration to prevent a “dangerous anthropogenic interference”As of November 2009, 187 states had signed and ratified the protocol.
  13. 13. Reduce global warmingBy 10 simple steps…. Reduce, Reuse, RecycleUse Less Heat and Air ConditioningChange a Light Bulb by CFLDrive Less and Drive SmartBuy Energy-Efficient ProductsUse Less Hot Water Use the "Off" Switch
  14. 14.  Plant a TreeGet a Report Card from Your Utility CompanyEncourage Others to Conserve

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