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Climate Change The Future is Upon Us. Climate Change. Climate change is also known as global warming, which is the heating of the earth. Our use of fossil fuels (oil, natural gas, coal) releases carbon dioxide into the atmosphere.

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Climate change the future is upon us

Climate Change The Future is Upon Us


Climate change
Climate Change

  • Climate change is also known as global warming, which is the heating of the earth






Effects of climate change
Effects of Climate Change population.

  • Greater air pollution

  • Severe and frequent extreme weather events such as storms, floods, droughts, tornadoes, heat waves

  • Increase in diseases transmitted by mosquitoes, ticks or rodents because of changes in precipitation and temperature

  • Fresh water sources threatened with rapidly shrinking glaciers and drought

  • Intense exposure to sun’s ultraviolet rays due to thinning ozone layer leading to more skin cancer and impaired vision

  • Inadequate food production due to environmental changes and pollutants

  • Changes in population distribution


The kyoto protocol
The Kyoto Protocol population.

  • Signed by 141 countries, this agreement will reduce global emissions


The u s position
The U.S. Position population.

  • President Bush said on June 11, 2001, that the Kyoto Protocol is a “fatally flawed,” “unrealistic” accord with targets “not based on science”.

  • “Complying with these mandates would have a negative economic impact, with layoffs of workers and price increases for consumers.” The U.S. will increase its investment in climate change research and work on technologies to reduce emissions. Although Bush also said that the U.S. would increase conservation and energy efficiency and “consequently reduce our greenhouse gas emissions by significant amounts in coming years”, that thinking is not yet reflected in the Administration’s budget priorities.


Canada s position
Canada’s Position population.

  • Canada is a leader in global climate change and will sponsor the International Conference in Montreal in December 2005

  • Canadian government has taken the initiative to provide access to current information for schools and other organizations

  • Canadian government has a TEAM program that connects public and private groups to develop new technology and processes to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, which has spread worldwide.


Team sites
TEAM Sites population.


What will you do
What Will You Do? population.


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