IMPACT

Title

How to Turn Your ENVIRONMENT From Zero to Hero

Document Type

Presentation

Type

Information Motivating Public Activism (IMPACT)

Start Date

27-4-2022 11:10 AM

End Date

27-4-2022 11:30 AM

Abstract

According to NOAA's 2020 Annual Climate Report, the rate at which the temperature has increased every year since 1981 is more than double the average rate since 1880. This is concerning for many reasons, including the fact that we would not like to be a globe on fire anytime soon. As the average global temperature increases at a faster rate, it only becomes more difficult to reverse or even slow the damage.

Our planet is drastically changing due to the human race’s developing technologies and lack of environmentally-focused efforts. In the project, we intend to address the rising carbon dioxide content of the atmosphere, and recommend effective actions to mitigate the problems caused by it. By analyzing previous long-term studies on various ecosystems, we can locate a correlation between CO₂ emissions and patterns in climate in expectedly-static areas around the world. Understanding how the planet and its weather may develop over time is critical in finding solutions to our ever-growing global issue.

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How to Turn Your ENVIRONMENT From Zero to Hero

According to NOAA's 2020 Annual Climate Report, the rate at which the temperature has increased every year since 1981 is more than double the average rate since 1880. This is concerning for many reasons, including the fact that we would not like to be a globe on fire anytime soon. As the average global temperature increases at a faster rate, it only becomes more difficult to reverse or even slow the damage.

Our planet is drastically changing due to the human race’s developing technologies and lack of environmentally-focused efforts. In the project, we intend to address the rising carbon dioxide content of the atmosphere, and recommend effective actions to mitigate the problems caused by it. By analyzing previous long-term studies on various ecosystems, we can locate a correlation between CO₂ emissions and patterns in climate in expectedly-static areas around the world. Understanding how the planet and its weather may develop over time is critical in finding solutions to our ever-growing global issue.