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1 CO 2 in the Atmosphere 335 ppm 387 ppm Then… …And Now 350 ppm The Safe Limit? Notice a Problem? Before After

2 Human Contributions

3 ISB Family Contributions

4 Carbon Footprint How you affect the environment

5 Discussion What is a carbon footprint and what contributes to it?

6 Carbon Footprint Consumption PatternsDietHousingTravel

7 Travel Accounts for 15%

8 Calculating Your Flight Carbon Footprint How your flights affect the environment

9 E Go to, then click calculate footprint

10 Click the AIRPLANE Icon to calculate your Air Travel carbon emissions

11 Fill in your flight details

12 For this box, fill in the number of people on the flight

13 After doing so, click the CALCULATE button on the bottom.

14 The total will show up in the lower right hand corner

15 Click Add to Cart and then repeat for any other flights

16 Totals Type in the totals into the text boxes, and hit Calculate! The total will be displayed at the bottom! (Must have enabled active content) Click here to open calculator

17 What Now? Youve calculated it, what can you do about it?

18 Carbon Offsets Neutralizing your negative impact Carbon Footprint Consumption Patterns DietHousingTravel

19 Carbon Emissions Green Projects Carbon Offsets

20 Carbon Footprint TravelDietHousingConsumption Patterns

21 How to Offset Back to the website we go!

22 Go back to that page and click on buy offsets

23 A list of eco-projects will come up

24 Click on the other icons to view other projects

25 Read Consider Discuss Choose Justify

26 Clicking on a project will give you more information on it

27 After deciding on a project, click on the buy button

28 After selecting your project, click on the green cart

29 After checking your offsets, click Next to process payment

30 Fill in the details, and youre done!

31 Everybody affects the Earth You CAN make a difference Flights are a major contributor Carbon offsets are there In Conclusion…

32 Talk to adult members of your communities Get more people to recognize this issue Act on it!

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34 Bibliography Opening and Closing Slide images by Emily Chung, ISBMSGIG Earth's Atmosphere Wallpaper. Digital image. Crazy Frankenstein. Crazy Frankenstein. Web. 31 Oct The Greenhouse Effect. Digital image. The ImpEE Project. University of Cambridge. Web. 31 Oct Japanese Rice Paddy. Digital image. Travel Japan Blog. TravelJapanBlog.com, 14 June Web. 31 Oct The Greenhouse Effect. Digital image. The ImpEE Project. University of Cambridge. Web. 31 Oct Miami Traffic. Digital image. Multivu. Web. 31 Oct Cow Wallpaper. Digital image. Wallbase.net. Web. 31 Oct Collin, Jason. Garbage in Tokyo Bicycle. Digital image. Jacked-in. 16 Oct Web. 31 Oct Suburban Neighborhood. Digital image. Life Between Sundays. Web. 31 Oct Walk in Wardrobe. Digital image. Kitchen Land. Nobs Media. Web. 31 Oct Boeing 787. Digital image. Plane Buzz. Web. 31 Oct


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