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Climate Change

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Martin Nilsen

on 20 September 2013

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Transcript of Climate Change

Ice on the poles is melting
Polar bears
GMSL is rising
Thermal expansion
Future - The ice
Global Warming
Different kind of effect over the globe
"Local/regional" effects
More extreme weather
Physical effects
Ecological effects
Antropological effects

Different changes all over the world
Where are the most vulnerable places?
The "large impact" effects
The changes that alter the entire globes climate in the same way

-Water level
-Temperature
-Humidity
-Vicious Circles
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Solutions
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are there possibilities to stop the climate change?
What is global warming
Siberia - A ticking time bomb
1 million sq km of permafrost
Permafrost contains Methane gas




The Theory is that the temperature is rising because of an increasing amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere.
East Cost US towns
Venice
Atolls, Small islands
The gasses
Mostly natural 94%
- Volcanoes
- Wild Fires
- Cows and dogs that pass wind
Power plants
Cars, aeroplanes, ships etc

Must provide the frame conditions of climate protection in which everything else can act

political solutions
Norway: around 50th
China & USA: 40%
GWP of some gases
Water vapour - 0,1- biggest contributor
Carbondioxide - 1 - second biggest
Methane - 20 - third biggest
Extreme weather
science solutions
Development of new technologies/cars/planes/...

• Using sustainable energy
• own ecological balance
• good food



economical solutions
• Reduction of the CO2 quantity
• Use of sustainable energy
•organisations for climate

What can I do?
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http://www.networklobby.org/files/6-26NealBlog1.pdf
http://vimeo.com/16335777
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Effects_of_global_warming
http://environment.nationalgeographic.com/environment/g
http://www.environmentalgraffiti.com/sciencetech/5-deadliest-effects-of-global-warming/276
http://www.nrdc.org/globalwarming/fcons.asplobal-warming/gw-effects/
http://i1-news.softpedia-static.com/images/news2/A-New-Explanation-of-Global-Warming-2.jpg

http://zfacts.com/metaPage/lib/zFacts-CO2-Temp.gif

http://earthobservatory.nasa.gov/Features/CarbonCycle/images/epica_CO2_temperature.png

http://www.answers.com/

http://biofriendly.com/blog/emissions/10-things-that-produce-emissions/

http://graphs.net/wp-content/uploads/2012/06/Worlds-Top-10-Polluting-Countries-2012.jpg
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