(Done paper) Choose at least four articles related to climate change and/or human impact on the environment. 

//(Done paper) Choose at least four articles related to climate change and/or human impact on the environment. 

(Done paper) Choose at least four articles related to climate change and/or human impact on the environment. 

Instructions:

 

Choose at least four articles related to climate change

and/or human impact on the environment.

 

Type a 1-2 page reflection paper telling me what your carbon impact

is, summarize the 4 articles you read (be sure to name the articles and

also give your thoughts about how you can have less of an impact).

 

Follow the instructions on this web site.  Include your results in your

report as well as reflections about how you can decrease your impact

 

http://www.epa.gov/climatechange/ghgemissions/ind-calculator.html

 

 

 

 

Ten Claims by Climate Change Deniers Debunked
 

 

Extreme Ice (full 52 minute video you can watch on your computer)
 

 

Signs of Thawing Permafrost Photographed from Space
 

 

Harder Rain, More Snow
 

 

Oct 2011: Berkeley Earth Team, study confirms global warming is real
 

 

Indigenous People Sound the Alarm on Climate Change
 

 

How can anyone say global warming is occurring when it’s so damn cold out there
 

 

Molecule in Earth’s Atmosphere Could Cool the Planet
 

 

An easy way to become climate neutral
 

 

Summary of the research and explanation of consensus versus individual dissenters
 

 

7 Answers to Climate Contrarian Nonsense (Sci. Am.)
 

 

Major Antarctic Glacier Has Melted Beyond Tipping Point
 

 

Study says climate change could displace 150 million people by 2050
 

 

Studies show that fighting climate change will improve human health
 

 

Effects of inhaling carbon dioxide
 

 

Scientists Request Meeting with American Farm Bureau President to Discuss Group’s ‘Inaccurate’ Stance on Climate Change
 

 

National Public Radio- Warming Planet can Mean More Snow
 

 

Could methane-digesting bacteria and an Arctic cap of fresh water prevent a climate catastrophe?
 

 

Are the 2010 pledges by 55 nations to reduce carbon emissions enough to slow climate change?

 

 

 

 

 

 

http://www.epa.gov/climatechange/ghgemissions/ind-calculator.html

 

 

Follow the instructions on this web site.  Include your results in your

report as well as reflections about how you can decrease your impact

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