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The Greenhouse Effect and Global Warming. Climate Change Facts, Opinions, Debate and Action. Objectives. MUST: recall some of the key facts of The Greenhouse Effect and Global warming SHOULD: be able to describe a number of ways of dealing with CO2 emissions

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the greenhouse effect and global warming

The Greenhouse Effect and Global Warming

Climate Change

Facts, Opinions, Debate and Action

objectives
Objectives
  • MUST: recall some of the key facts of The Greenhouse Effect and Global warming
  • SHOULD: be able to describe a number of ways of dealing with CO2 emissions
  • COULD: be able to explain the challenges for society in tackling the issue of global warming and it’s potential effects
facts1
Facts
  • CO2 is a greenhouse gas (the more there is, the more it traps Solar Energy)
facts2
Facts
  • CO2 is a greenhouse gas (the more there is, the more it traps Solar Energy)
  • Human Activities, mostly involving fuel use, add large quantities of CO2 to the atmosphere
facts3
Facts
  • CO2 is a greenhouse gas (the more there is, the more it traps Solar Energy)
  • Human Activities, mostly involving fuel use, add large quantities of CO2 to the atmosphere
  • CO2 levels are increasing
facts4
Facts
  • CO2 is a greenhouse gas (the more there is, the more it traps Solar Energy)
  • Human Activities, mostly involving fuel use, add large quantities of CO2 to the atmosphere
  • CO2 levels are increasing
  • Average Global Temperatures are increasing
opinions or arguments from authority1
Opinions or Arguments from Authority?
  • The Rise in CO2 levels is causing Global Warming
opinions or arguments from authority2
Opinions or Arguments from Authority?
  • The Rise in CO2 levels is causing Global Warming
  • Global Warming is responsible for Climate Change
opinions or arguments from authority3
Opinions or Arguments from Authority?
  • The Rise in CO2 levels is causing Global Warming
  • Global Warming is responsible for Climate Change
  • Climate Change is responsible for the extreme weather in recent years
opinions or arguments from authority4
Opinions or Arguments from Authority?
  • The Rise in CO2 levels is causing Global Warming
  • Global Warming is responsible for Climate Change
  • Climate Change is responsible for the extreme weather in recent years
  • Climate Change will.....
what can scientists do
What can Scientists do?
  • Debate and Discuss
  • Use Arguments from Authority
  • Find ways to reduce CO2:
  • Emissions - Energy Use
  • Containing and Reducing Atmospheric CO2
how to reduce co2
How to Reduce CO2
  • Cut Emissions - Energy Efficiency, Restrictions on Energy use (Taxes on Cars?)
  • Carbon Neutral – Plants trees, plants, to remove CO2
arguments
Arguments
  • Deductive Arguments = reasoning from the general to the specific
  • Inductive Arguments = reasoning from specific observations to a broader generalisation
  • Arguments from Authority = Opinion offered by an expert on the basis of their knowledge...
  • Arguments from Analogy = Reasoning based on percived similarities....
  • Casual Arguments = These claim that something has happened as a direct result of something else occurring previously....
tackling climate change
Tackling Climate Change
  • Carbon Footprint
  • Carbon Neutral
  • Energy Efficiency
tackling climate change1
Tackling Climate Change
  • Reduce Fuel Use
  • Increase Energy Efficiency
  • Reducing Deforestation / Planting more Trees
  • Carbon Capture and Storage
problems associated with tackling climate change
Problems Associated with Tackling Climate Change
  • Costly – Economic Slowdown
  • Personal Demands and Comforts
  • Demands for raw materials and expanding population