Melting Glaciers

Melting Glaciers

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  • 1. What the arctic regions looked like 50 years ago in comparison with today.
  • 1965
  • 2015
  • 2. Teenagers are being taught, the dangers of global warming.
  • Our world is dying out
  • That's so terrible
  • 3. This shows how melting of ice caps can be lessened.
  • It's a good thing I don't smoke, it only kills me, and the earth faster.
  • This is the effect that natural and man made causes have on the environment over a period of time. Eg of natural causes are: sunspots, and permafrost. Eg of man made causes are: burning fossil fuels, deforestation, and mining.
  • Polar Bears live to see another day.
  • The teacher is explaining to the students how the melting of ice caps/ glaciers can cause; extreme heat; natural disasters; spreading diseases; and allergens.
  • Mining for Coal and Oil
  • I'm putting an end to mining for coal and oil, all it does is pollute the air.
  • The car mechanic is giving an idea of how to stop lessen melting ice caps. He suggests that people cut down or stop smoking. He is also selling fuel efficient vehicles which burn less fossil fuels in the air.
  • Wind energy
  • Thank you! This happy polar bear seems very grateful for being given a long, fulfilling life. This is one of the goals to work towards.
  • The miner explains that he wants to stop mining for coal and oil. They are fossil fuels and burn to form carbon dioxide in the air, this is a very harmful gas.
  • The Wind turbines lessen the amount fossil fuels needed for electricity. This results in less destruction of the ozone layer and effectively melting less ice caps.
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