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    Climate Change

    Discuss the themes of Environmental Science in Today's World.

    While reading your favorite magazine in the field, you come to a column that stirs you to respond. In it you read that Article 4 of the U.N. Convention on Climate Change (commonly known as the "Rio Treaty") contains the following paragraph. The developed country Parties...shall adopt national policies and take corresponding

    Interconnection between greenhouse gasses & ozone depletion

    The final screen in Lesson 9 Lesson Presentation introduces the notion of a systemic interconnection between greenhouse gasses, ozone depletion, and acid deposition. The lesson screen speaks of one common root source for each of these issues. That source, of course, is you (and me, and any of us who consume energy and materials

    The Effects of Climate Change

    What are some possible effects of climate change resulting from a warmer earth? What are the major harmful effects of ozone depletion on each of the following: - Human health - Crop yields - Forest productivity - Materials such as plastics and paints - Plankton productivity.

    Global Warming Plan

    Representatives of the World Alliance on Global Climate Change show up at your organization one day and say that they are deadlocked on trying to reach a resolution as to how to approach the challenges of global warming. They would like you to decide how the world should respond to this issue. Outline a multi-point plan for a

    Climate Change/Greenhouse Gases

    The developed country Parties...shall adopt national policies and take corresponding measures on the mitigation of climate change, by limiting its anthropogenic emissions of greenhouse gases and protecting and enhancing its greenhouse gas sinks and reservoirs. These policies and measures will demonstrate that developed countries

    Global Warming

    If you were asked to become the minister or secretary in the Federal Government or United Nations in charge of doing something about global warming, what policies would you attempt to implement? Why?

    A Pollution-Free City: Please advise

    Create a city that does not produce more air pollution than the atmosphere can cleanse naturally. 1. How would someone create a city that does not produce more air pollution than the atmosphere can cleanse naturally? creating this more sustainable environment, consider livability, safety, and convenience. 2. If asked to b

    Global Warming

    If you were asked to become the minister or secretary in the Federal Government or United Nations in charge of doing something about global warming, what policies would you attempt to implement? Why?

    Instructions for graphing gas trends

    What does the information in table 1 and 2 tell us about the U.K. changing patterns of greenhouse gas emissions, and its ability to meet targets for emission cuts? Table 1 Emission of greenhouse gases in the U.K, 1990-2001 (million tonnes of carbon equivalent) Carbon Dioxide Target 132 1990-164 1991-166 1992-161 1993-