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How do we protect and save our planet?
Are The oceans one of our most valuable resources?
Are Deserts Growing?
Christianity speaks of a moral duty to not destroy God’s creation.
If God created the world people should respect the creator by showing devotion and respect for the earth.
Our history and environment are part of who we are aren’t they?
Climate change, The Greenhouse Effect, Pollution, Deforestation, Desertification, Over Population, Disease, Genetically altered crops, Extinction and starvation are threatening our world
Flooding in the USA is this as a result of climate change?
Will this get better or worse?
The sun’s ultra violet rays are causing skin cancer
Is there a hidden danger here?
How likely is there to be an increase in Skin cancer ?
Can these people stop the desert ?
Are we using up fossil fuels at an alarming rate?Can the Oil supplies last forever?
When we buy exotic fruit it has travelled lots of miles to be in the supermarket and this equals pollution and greed
What is going to happen with all the rubbish??????
WHAT CAUSES ACID RAIN?
Environmental Problems Patten & Valdner Global History II Mepham High School Patten & Valdner Global History II Mepham High School.
The Bible has a creation story Day 1 - Light / Dark Day 2 Water and Sky Day 3 Plants and Land Day 4 Sun, Moon and Stars Day 5 Sea Creatures.
9/24/13 Objective: How are humans impacting the environment? Do Now: What is this picture depicting?
9/24/14 Objective: How are humans impacting the environment? Do Now: Take out your Picture reflection from yesterday And your hw.
The Environment Part Three. The aerosol can & fridges have CFCs which are harmful to the atmosphere. Even when disposed of they pose a threat.
Bio-diversity Bio refers to things that are living. Diversity refers to variety. Biodiversity refers to the variety of life in an ecosystem.
Human Impact on the environment. 2 RESOURCES RESOURCE- something used to take care of a need TYPES: 1. Non Renewable- can’t be replenished; available.
2 CLIMATE CHANGE 1.How can the polar bear survive? 2.What is the polar bear thinking? 3.What have the polar bears done to humans that makes us cruel.
The Environment Part One. Section D Planet Earth 3 questions 6 marks 9 marks 5 marks.
Global Change and the Human Impact. Environmental services and goods Q: What are some services you get from the environment? Renewable They can be used.
Chapter 6: Humans in the Biosphere
Challenges for our future. Pollution intro The rise of industry and the growth of world population in the past 200 years have led to a decline in a.
THE OZONE LAYER HOLE.
Humans in the Biosphere Chapter 6 Mrs. Yanac. Limited Resources All organisms on Earth must share the planet’s resources and they are LIMITED. Humans.
The Sun’s energy passes through the car’s windshield. This energy (heat) is trapped inside the car and cannot pass back through the windshield, causing.
Biodiversity: Scientists have named more than 1.5 million species on Earth. This variety of different living things is called Biodiversity. Living organisms.
One of the greatest challenges facing the world today is how to protect the environment while still maintaining familiar lifestyles.
Human Impact on the Biosphere. Nonrenewable Resources Cannot be replaced, or are being used faster than natural processes can create them. Fossil fuels:
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