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To what extent could Darfur be seen as a climate change war?. LO: To use evidence to highlight the impact climate change is having on Darfur. . Recap from last year:. List at least 3 causes of climate change: List at least 3 impacts: . Some reminders about climate change: Impacts.

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To what extent could darfur be seen as a climate change war

To what extent could Darfur be seen as a climate change war?

LO:

To use evidence to highlight the impact climate change is having on Darfur.


Recap from last year
Recap from last year:

  • List at least 3 causes of climate change:

  • List at least 3 impacts:


Some reminders about climate change impacts
Some reminders about climate change: Impacts

  • Up to 200million extra people could be placed at risk of hunger is temperatures rise by 2 degrees this century.

  • In the year 2000, 150,000 are estimated to have died as a result of climate change.

  • In the next decade, up to 175 million children are likely to be affected every year by the kinds of natural disasters brought about by climate change.

  • The percentage of the world’s population exposed to malaria, one of the biggest killers of children under the age of five, is expected to increase from 45 per cent to 60 per cent in the next 100 years due to climate change. 800,000 people are killed each year by malaria.

  • By 2010, there will be 50 million 'environmentally displaced people', most of whom will be women and

    children.


Make 3 columns in your book
Make 3 columns in your book:

Evidence for climate change war:

Evidence for other causes of war:

Impacts of the conflict:


Watch the following 2 video clips
Watch the following 2 video clips:

  • Make notes under your 3 columns


Read your newspaper article
Read your newspaper article:

Use 3 colours:

  • To highlight evidence for climate change war

  • To highlight other causes of the war

  • To highlight impacts of the conflict


With a partner
With a partner:

Share the information you have learnt from your article about:

Evidence for climate change war.

Evidence for other causes of war.

Impacts of the conflict.

Add this information to your columns.


Summary
Summary:

Homework: Due Tuesday 2nd Feb

Write approx 1 page answering the question:

How did climate change cause the war in Darfur?

In your work include:

Evidence for climate change war.

Evidence for other causes of war.

Impacts of the conflict.


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