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The sun moving closer to the Earth.
Melting glaciers.
The added or extra greenhouse effect due to increased concentration of heat-trapping gases from human activities that prevent solar radiation from leaving the Earth’s atmosphere.
The increase in Nitrogen and Oxygen as a percentage of the total gases in Earth's atmosphere.
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Weather is what we expect based on years of data while climate is what is happening right now
Weather is predictable but climate is not
Weather is a day-to-day event while climate is a consistent pattern over many years
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280 ppm
350 ppm
400 ppm
500 ppm
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Increase
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Burning fossil fuels
Cutting down trees
Tilling the soil (common agricultural practice)
Landfills
All of the above
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Higher average global temperature
Lower average global temperature
No change in average global temperature
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Methane (CH4)
Water Vapor
Nitrous Oxide (N20)
All of the above
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The water cycle
Humans breathing
Trees dying
Plants (via photosynthesis)
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1C (1.8F)
2C (3.6F)
4C (7.2F)
10C (18F)
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I think our generation will solve climate change
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KNOWLEDGE
What is causing global warming?
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The difference between weather and climate is:
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What is the current CO2 concentration in the atmosphere, in parts per million (ppm)?
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Do we need to increase, decrease, or maintain (keep the same) the current CO2 concentration to stabilize the Earth’s climate?
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What causes CO2 emissions to rise?
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What are three ways we can lower CO2 emissions?
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Over the past 50 years, CO2 in the air has increased which has led to:
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What is another greenhouse gas besides CO2?
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Which of the following is a natural process that removes carbon from the atmosphere?
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Scientists and policy-makers have agreed at the Paris Conference (COP 21) to try and limit global average temperature rise to less than ___ degrees Celsius by the end of the century.
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Name one thing your community could realistically do to adapt or mitigate climate changes. How and why would your plan work?
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ENGAGEMENT
How important is the issue of global warming to you personally?
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How worried are you about global warming?
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How much do you think global warming will harm you personally?
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How much do you think global warming will harm future generations of people?
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How many times in the past year have you looked up additional information on climate change that you did not learn in school?
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How often in the past year have you talked to friends/family members about climate change?
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