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1 [DocID] Hewitt Associates Global Warming
2 [DocID] Hewitt Associates What is Global Warming?
3 [DocID] Hewitt Associates Global warming may be caused by excess Carbon Dioxide (CO 2 ) in the atmosphere.
4 [DocID] Hewitt Associates CO 2 comes from burning fossil fuels. Fossil fuels are coal, oil, and gasoline.
5 [DocID] Hewitt Associates The exhaust that comes from cars and factories is CO 2 and it clogs up the atmosphere.
6 [DocID] Hewitt Associates When the atmosphere is clogged the suns heat that comes in cant get out.
7 [DocID] Hewitt Associates This will start heating us up.
8 [DocID] Hewitt Associates How can we help?
9 [DocID] Hewitt Associates We can plant more trees. Trees breathe in CO 2 and breathe out oxygen (O).
10 [DocID] Hewitt Associates Recycling will cut down on electricity used in making new things instead of reusing old things.
11 [DocID] Hewitt Associates Turning off a light when youre done in a room or taking a shorter shower will save electricity, to help the environment.
12 [DocID] Hewitt Associates Walk or ride your bike to a friends house or the park instead of driving. By doing that we decrease the amount of air pollution.
13 [DocID] Hewitt Associates Credits Made by: Maddie Plaster Resource: Reason for production: to increase your awareness of global warming Inspired by: Mrs. Howald
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