SAVING ENERGY. By Marial Edwards. You will understand: What is energy and the uses of energy The difference between renewable and non-renewable energy Why we need to save energy How we can save energy and be more energy efficient How to measure energy savings. Learning Objectives.
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By Marial Edwards
They take millions of years to create and will soon run out. Can you name the fossil fuels?NON-RENEWABLE ENERGY
There are no CO2 emissions from nuclear power stations
Some of the waste created contains radiation which must be kept safe for thousands of years.NUCLEAR ENERGY
When CO2 is released, it pollutes the atmosphere.
CO2 is a major contributor of the green house effect and speeds up the changes in our climate .Did you know?
However, too much CO2 in the atmosphere makes the planet too hot and creates what is known as the Greenhouse Effect.
The long term result is Climate Change (or Global Warming) – changes in world temperatures and weather patterns over a long period of time.What is climate change?
Who would like to come to the front to demonstrate this?
This is enough CO2 to fill 264 double-deckers
44 hot air balloonsIs your school contributing to climate change?
Send your readings to the suppliers (British Gas / Corona Energy)Have you saved energy?
Choose a Climate Crime Card.
Can you guess the climate crime?