The Causes Of Climate Change


Climate change is something that is destroying or world. All the emmissions that carbon dioxide (CO2) and methane (CH4) are releasing is destroying our habitats.

Because of climate change, the waters of our world are rising and getting warmer and the ice in the North Pole and Antartica are mealting.

How did climate change happen?

When the suns rays reach the earth, some are absorbed and reamited as heat. Greenhouse gases such as carbon dioxide (CO2) and water vape (H2O) absorbe and re-radiate some of the heat, so more gases get trapped which means that the earth gets warmer.

The burning of fossil fules have increased immencly by 40% since the 1900. While the earths heat has increased by 0.8C. More fossil fules means that more carbon dioxide is burning to produce energy which is responsible for 75.2% of greenhose gas emmisions. Electric and heat consuptions is hurting our world by 32.6% whereas transpot is by 14.2% and farming by 16.1% which means that agriculture and climate change are intimatley related.

Since are worlds have been getting dryer more fires have been happening. An example of a place were this has been happening a lot is in Califonia USA were they have had 2 or 3 huge forest fires and people living there had to wear masks if you walked anywere and if you were in school you would not be able to have a playtime because the air was dangerous and full of smoke.

Chloroflurocarbons (CFCs) is responzible for ozone (O3) which is another gas from greenhose gases. So does nutritios oxide (N2O)

Also I think that the govrnment and individual people should take action on climate change.

In my opinion industres are the things realising the most harmful gases.I think that you should go on campains and protets to see if the government will change their minds and trust us, but right now they don't even listen and all they do is arrest us. When the suffragets protested for the right to vote they camained and in the end the got heard and thats's what I plan to do.

Thank you for reading my presentation, I hope you enjoyed it.

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