The Impacts of Climate Change micro-lesson
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With the climate changing and the temperatures rising due to things such as burning fossil fuels, deforestation, and intense farming, there will be impacts seen and felt across the world. Glaciers, which are large areas of ice that move across the land, will start to melt. This means that sea levels will start to rise. Low lying areas of the world such as India, Egypt, and the Netherlands will be at most risk from flooding linked to this. Sea ice will also melt. This will impact the animals that use it as their homes such as seals, penguins, polar bears, and certain bird species. Extreme weather events such as heat waves that can trigger wildfires, floods, typhoons, and droughts will happen more frequently. This can have devastating impacts across the globe with people losing their homes, their livelihoods, food sources, and sometimes even their lives. Climate change is also linked to animals becoming endangered or even extinct. This is because the changing climate means their habitats will change which can mean there is less food and resources for them to survive in. Health of humans can also be impacted with an increase in tropical diseases and also smog in the air as examples. There is, however, hope in preventing the worst effects of climate change.
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Are food prices likely to rise linked to climate change?1) Yes2) No
Has air pollution become worse with climate change?1) Yes2) No
How can crops be impacted by climate change/1) All of these2) They may wilt and die if it is too hot3) Stronger storms can damage plants4) Floods can wipe out plants
How might plant pollination be affected by climate change?1) Bees and other pollinating insects are impacted by changing weather patterns2) Pollnating insects don't do well in the rain3) Bees and other insects can die in strong sun4) Bees and other pollinating insects could be blown away
If glaciers begin to melt, what will happen to sea levels?1) They will rise2) They will fall3) They will stay the same4) The sea will evaporate
If the average global temperature rises, does the average precipitation increase also?1) Yes2) No
If the temperature on earth rises by 1.5 degrees celsius, what percentage of species are at risk of extinction?1) 15%-20%2) 03) 14) 0.5
Is it true that animals may migrate to cooler areas because of climate change?1) Yes2) No
What could happen to some animal species due to climate change?1) They could become extinct2) They could multiply in number3) They could lose their friends4) They may go and live in the desert
Which disease could become more common linked to climate change?1) Malaria2) Diabetes3) Epilepsy4) Anaemia
Which of these is not a negative effect of global warming?1) Larger fish populations2) Loss of coastal areas3) Species becoming endangered or extinct4) New diseases
Which one of these animals will be effected by sea ice melting?1) Polar bears2) Gorillas3) Pangolins4) Mice
Which one of these is one of the fastest warming regions of the planet?1) Alaska2) Africa3) Australia4) Europe
Will extreme weather events happen more often with climate change happening?1) Yes2) No
Will human health be impacted by climate change?1) Yes2) No
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