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Transcript of Global Warming
gradual increase in the Earth's average temperature
caused by greenhouse gas emissions
caused by human activity interfering with the natural cycle of the environment
causes more disasters like droughts, stronger storms and typhoons, rising sea levels
extinct species and floods, as well as less fresh water availability.
people as well as animals will have to relocate
What about agriculture?
And The Economy?
Global GDP is rising, as a result, greenhouse gases are rising
Fishing, agriculture, forestry and mining industries are in danger
Warmer temperatures will change or even wipe out jobs such as construction workers
Large economic losses from natural disasters
And the Government?
Governments have provided little funding towards climate change research
Are relunctant to make serious efforts to reduce carbon emissions
Governments and businesses fear the losses from restrictions more than climate change itself
Is it hot in here, or is it just me?
How Does Global Warming Affect Human Health?
allergies and asthma in people worsens by 4.5% for every 1°C increase
increased cases of lung cancer, heart disease, and even dementia.
more heat waves, causing more deaths, especially in the elderly and young children.
cases of dengue fever, malaria, Lyme disease, heart disease, and West Nile virus have also increased
stewardship of the earth
the common good
option for the poor
Catholic Social Teachings
How Does Global Warming Affect You As a Mary Ward Student/Teenager?
What can you do? How can you help?
global warming increases problems that occur in harvest fields, which will spread more diseases
increased demand for meat means that there is an increase in methane emissions
problems also occur under large bodies of water
deforestation destroys animals' homes, but it destroys our Earth
yields of crops are getting lower
farmers are losing their livelihoods
wind turbines, solar panels, hydroelectricity, and geothermal heat pumps
youth can be inspired and voice their opinions in order to persuade politicians to take serious action on reducing carbon emissions.
By: Mariah A., Talin A., Ryan C., and Stephanie J.