storyboard climate change

storyboard climate change

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  • Video: ( Cousin laying on the bed with the air condition onvery cold playing games) (I walk in) “ Christopher: “Hey what are you doing”Cousin: “ just playing”Christopher: “ Hey why is it so cold”(Changes to the view of the AC)Christopher: “ Who put the AC on 64”Christopher: (turns the temperature up)Christopher: “ Air conditioning systems are a significant contributorto global warming pollution that can and should be made more efficient, As climate change drives up temperatures, demand forair conditioning is expected to quadruple by 2050. However, cheap, inefficient devices,especially when powered by coal, or electricity create a vicious cycle thatfurther drives global warming, while improving cooling efficiency would bring benefits.
  • this represents a AC unit because i couldn't find an image of it on this.
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  • When fossil fuels are burned, they produce large quantities of carbon dioxide when burned.Cars require gas as fuel. To make the gas we have to use fossil fuels which let out carbon emissions which trap heat in the atmosphere and lead to climate change. In the United States, the burning of fossil fuels, particularly for the power and transportation sectors, accounts for about three-quarters of our carbon emissions.
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  • Rising levels of greenhouse gases in the Earth'satmosphere are changing our climate, and some ofthese changes can be traced to solid waste.sunlight and heat cause the plastic to release powerful greenhouse gases. Asour climate changes, the planet gets hotter, the plasticbreaks down into more methane and ethylene, increasing the rate of climate change.You see this, this is plastic. Plastic, not only does it pose animmense pollution problem. The CIEL report warns that the greenhouse gasemissions from plastic jeopardize our ability to keep theglobal temperature rise below 1.5˚C.
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  • Climate change includes both global warmings driven by human-induced emissions of greenhouse gases and the resulting large-scale shifts in weather patterns. Human activity is the main cause of climate change. Since the beginning of the industrial revolution, people have burned more and more fossil fuels. Burning, fossil fuels produces carbon dioxide, a greenhouse gas. It is called a greenhouse gas because it produces a “greenhouse effect”. The greenhouse effect makes the earth hotter, just as a greenhouse is warmer than its surroundings. Carbon dioxide is the main cause of climate change. It stays in the atmosphere for a very long time. Other greenhouse gases like nitrous oxide, stay in the atmosphere for a long time.
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  • The Arctic Ocean is expected to become essentially ice-free in summer before mid-century. Summer temperatures are projected to continue rising, and a reduction of soil moisture, which exacerbates heat waves, is projected for much of the western and central U.S. in summer. By the end of this century, what have been once-in-20-year extreme heat days (one-day events)are projected to occur every two or three years over most of the nation. Many places are projected to become more intense, and cold waves less intense everywhere. Things like Hurricane-associated storms intensity and rainfall rates are projected to increase as the climate continues to warm. Also, the Global sea level has risen by about 8 inches since reliable record-keeping began in1880. It is projected to rise another 1 to 8 feet by 2100. This is the result of added water from melting land ice and the expansion of seawater as it warms. Sea level rise will continue past 2100 because the oceans take a very long time to respond to warmer conditions at the Earth’s surface. Last, 
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