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Human impact on the Environment What we know! 1. Rising seas
Human impact on the Environment What we know! 2.More rain around the earth
Human impact on the Environment What we know! 3.Ozone hole size changes
Human impact on the Environment What we know!
4.. Rising Temperatures around the earth.
Human impact on the Environment What we know! 5. We are clearing more land.
Human impact on the Environment What we know! 6. There are now 6 billion people on earth.
Human impact on the Environment What we know! 7. Different types of animal species are dying off.
Human impact on the Environment What we know! How much is human caused?
Human impact on the Environment What we know! Humans partially cause the first four. Rising seas, more rain, Ozone, temperature
Human impact on the Environment What we know! Humans cause all of the last three. Land clearing, population, extinct species. Land clearing, population, extinct species.
Renewable and nonrenewable resources Name three resources that we can use and replace nearly 100%.
Renewable and nonrenewable resources Answer: Aluminum, trees, fresh water. Where are these used?
Renewable and nonrenewable resources What are three resources that are not renewable?
Renewable and nonrenewable resources Answer: oil and gas, minerals, nuclear fuel
Conservation What can we do to conserve our resources?
Conservation Use alternate fuel cars.
Conservation Conserve on water use.
Conservation Recycle as much as possible.
Conservation Use other forms of energy. Solar, hydro, hydrogen, geothermal, etc.
How do you think you could make a difference in conserving energy?
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