Global warming in the Czech Republic. Since November 2012 we have learned some facts about global warming , about our changing climate. During our second project period we tried to concentrate on this topic and we spent a lot of time by searching
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Duringoursecondproject period wetried to concentrate
on thistopicandwespent a lot oftime by searching
forinformation, taking part in presentationsgiven by expertsandmaking a quiz.
Finallywemade a presentationcontainingourresults.
Take a look atourwork
a specialist in environmentaleducation.
this term youcanseeandhearalmosteverywhere.
But do youknowwhatitmeans?
Itmeansthat the average temperature of Earth'satmosphere and oceans has beenrising.
(Itstarted in the late 19th century.)
Itisundeniablethattheaveragetemperaturearoundtheplanet overthe last hundredyearsorso has risen.
Theaveragedailytemperature in our country atthehight 600 m.a.s.l. is 3.3 degrees Celsius higher.
Scientists are more than 90% certain that it is primarily caused by increasing concentrations of greenhousesgases produced by human activities (such as the burning of fossilfuels, deforestation.)
No ! Someclaim, thatincreasing concentrations of greenhousesgasesin theatmosphere are not produced by human activities.
According to themitis a naturalprocess.
to get to know more abouttheglobalwarming.
Shetoldusabouttheseacurrentsandtemperatures on differentplaces on our planet.
Wewereshownalsothefuture map ofourworld – whenglacierswould melt down.
Welearnedthatpolarbears are in dangerbecauseoftheincreasingtemperatureofour planet.
People in theCzechRepublicgrowsucculents
People go mushroomingandfindnew species
Observablechanges in theCzechRepublic
to findoutwhatwecan do together
to try to stop globalwarming.