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    pencil • 9 large balloons • 1 black sharpie or marker • 2 glass funnels of varying sizes • 1 cardboard tube • 3 yellow small rubber bands • 3 green small rubber bands • 3 red small rubber bands • 1 CO2 gas sensor that ranges-0 to 10,000 and 0 to 100,000 • 1 roll of measuring tape (cm) • 1 CO2 gas chamber (2000 mL) • 3 different vehicles (#1= Triumph Tiger 800 2013 Motorcycle #2= Buick Terraza Minivan 2006 #3= 1997 Honda CRV) • 1 manila folder • 6 straws • 1 computer • 1 timer • 1…

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    Case Study Of Moana Ola

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    encourages a healthy post-2020 climate change target in line with keeping global warming below 2°C that is ambitious and achievable. As part of New Zealand’s contribution to the universal climate change agreement, an economy-wide target to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by at least 40% by 2030 compared to 1990 levels. This type of commitment will require robust policies and coordinated action across the integrated sectors as determined by decisions of the UNFCCC Conference of the Parties on…

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    The greenhouse effect is the process by which radiation from a planet's atmosphere warms the planet's surface to a temperature above what it would be without its atmosphere. Greenhouse gases are those that absorb and emit infrared radiation in the wavelength range emitted by Earth. The majority of greenhouse gases in Earth's atmosphere are water vapour, carbon dioxide, methane, nitrous oxide, ozone and chlorofluorocarbons. The first person to argue for the greenhouse effect was Joseph Fourier in…

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    Inhibited Climate Change

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    The report also outlined the clear correlations between various human activities and the accumulation of greenhouse gasses and subsequent temperature increases. The concentration of greenhouse gases in the earth’s atmosphere is directly linked to the average global temperature on Earth, and the most abundant of greenhouse gas, Carbon dioxide, is produced through the burning of fossil fuels, which we have used since the Industrial Revolution to fuel cars and airplanes…

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    carbon dioxide is released, carbon dioxide is also, released when trees are decomposed by microorganisms. Cutting down trees also, reduces the amount of carbon dioxides taken up by the photosynthesis and trapped in the wood and carbon dioxide is greenhouse gas therefore, Trees play a huge role in the carbon cycle. They convert the CO2 in the air to oxygen, through the process of photosynthesis. 6CO2 + 6H2O  C6H12O6 + 6O2 Therefore, cutting down trees increases the carbon dioxide with more…

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    as the increase of farm and agriculture production, and global warming could also bring the benefits of a warmer region to the health of Canadians. The Canadian government is already setting regulations and rules district wide, in order to lessen greenhouse gasses in the environment. They are also investing towards Canada in an effort to lessen the number of changes made by global warming, as well as investing in Canadians, in attempt to lessen the impact of climate change. The Government of…

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    recreational water activities, strategic placement of retention ponds, and creating a system for carpooling. By focusing on these four points the property owners will be able to grow their economy, water supply, grow their food supply, and cut down on greenhouse gas emissions. Property owners will need to build more businesses that will attract more tourists. These business may include but are not limited to: restaurants, gift shops, hotels, rental…

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    as a result of some sneaky dealing: “Exxon Mobil Corp.,...has sparked criticism for funding groups that challenge the scientific validity of concerns about global warming” (Ball 2006). The transportation sector accounts for a large majority of greenhouse gas emissions, second only to animal agriculture industries. Naturally Exxon Mobil, would not want the public to think that their product results in the causation of global warming, therefore they provide funding for politicians and groups…

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    influenced the treaty when natural disasters only occurred near the ocean? However, the concept of the people causes climate change as well as gasses can be the primary purpose to the influence of the Kyoto Protocol. The Kyoto Protocol reduced the greenhouse gas emissions, based on the speculation that global warming exists and CO2 emissions have caused it. The foundation of natural disasters are forming…

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    developed countries when it comes to the amount of greenhouse gas emissions it has reduced. While other developed countries are decreasing its emissions, Canada's is climbing. As global emissions are increasing, the decisions that countries make now about climate change are crucial and critical. I believe climate change needs to be dealt with immediately because first, the effect it has on the economy. Climate change is primarily caused by the greenhouse effect being enhanced by human…

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