Climate week 2013 results pp

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Climate week 2013 results pp

  1. 1. lts e s u e RTh
  2. 2. Your global footprint is away of measuring how yourlifestyle impacts on theplanet. It calculates howmuch land, water and sea isneeded to feed you andprovide all the energy,water and materials youuse in our everyday lives. Italso calculates theemissions generated fromthe oil, coal and gas tosustain your lifestyle.
  3. 3. WinnersStudents with the smallest CarbonFootprints are...1.Irtika Tariq (8AN) = 3.42.Kasim Taylor (8PL) = 3.93.Connor Neil (7NT) = 3.7
  4. 4. WinnersStaff with the smallest CarbonFootprints are...1.Mrs Dutton = 6.32.Mr Breckall = 6.73.Mrs Bury = 7.7
  5. 5. We can now see that as aschool we have a lower thanaverage Carbon Footprint!
  6. 6. What if polar bears could talk? Global It’s Warming?unBEARable You’re here!! cracking me up! Save my Globalhome!! This is Warming is the truth snow joke!! about Global Climate change is Warming this years hot topic!
  7. 7. So what’s the problem? A T?WH Y? WH
  8. 8. What is Global Warming? The earth is becoming hotter as time goes by. This is known as Global Warming. It is caused by the Greenhouse Effect. A layer of Greenhouse Gases in the atmosphere allows the suns heat to come though, but due to the thickness of the layer, some heat is trapped. This causes Global Warming.

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