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All About Climate Change


Alyssa Velez

on 26 January 2013

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Transcript of All About Climate Change

Climate Change SAVE THE PLANET When people think of global warming they think of a polar bear. But there are many things that can be affected by global warming. In the Bahamas some people might lose their homes because of rising sea levels. Also half of Greendland is gone. In West Virginia people are breathing in toxic ash. Climate change is a long-term change in the statistical way of weather patterns over periods of time, that range from decades to millions of years. It may be a change in the average weather conditions or a change in weather events with respect to an average, for example, greater or fewer extreme weather events. Climate change may be limited to a specific region, or may occur across the whole planet. 1,500 wildlife species sampled are already showing signs of stress from climate change. Please do not make bunny cry again. Climate Change is affecting us all, and if we do not try to stop it the world will be destroyed. The greenhouse effect is heat from the earth radiated out and absorbed by the greenhouse gasses in the atmoshpere. This prevents heat from escaping into space.That is why the earth is able to survive. The main greenhouse gases are Carbon Dioxide, Methane, Nutris Oxide. These gases have different heat trapping capacities. From what is happening now we can learn to fix our mistakes for future generations. BY ALYSSA BY ALYSSA, Sebastian & Anjali Climate change could one-fourth of the Earth's species to be headed for extinction by 2050 if the warming continues at its current rate. Rising temperatures are changing weather and vegetation patterns across the globe, forcing animal species to migrate to new, cooler areas in order to survive. Climate Change is about the change in weather about the earth not only your city. Every animal has a certant climate. Many species are already feeling the heat literaly:

In 1999, the death of the last Golden Toad in Central America marked the first documented species extinction driven by climate change.
Due to melting ice in the Arctic, polar bears may be gone from the planet in as little as 100 years.
In the tropics, increased sea temperatures are causing more coral reefs to “bleach,” as the heat kills colorful algae that are necessary to coral health and survival.
Several U.S. states may even lose their official birds as they head for cooler climates including the Baltimore oriole of Maryland, black-capped chickadee of Massachusetts, and the American goldfinch of Iowa. Here is an animal that is strugling
with climate change. As we say again the world needs us. Ways you can
save the world are.....
2.Plant trees
3.Walk more & drive less
4.Use less hot water To learn about your part in CLIMATE CHANGE at
http://environment.nationalgeographic.com/environment/freshwater/water-footprint-calculator/ Leave the world the way you found it or better These are Golden Toads. Climate change affects us. and http://climatechangearticles.blogspot.com/2009/05/how-does-global-warming-affect-animals.html This is one of the coral reefs that will be destroyed, if we do not stop what we are doing right now Antarctic sea creatures are extremely vulnerable to global warming and many will go extinct if temperatures in Antarctica continue to rise. One big and gigantic way that helps, is number 2, trees. Trees are the best ally in the fight against climate change
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