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Humanities Climate Change Start with Kabir Intro. Then Noah talks about Climate change and global warming. Cause by Abhay. Effect by Arnav. Then  David talks about the Responses. Then Noah and Kabir Sign off.Introduction (Kabir)- Hello Everyone! Welcome to our presentation about climate change where we will discuss the aftershocks of our actions on the Earth. We will show you the causes of Global Warming, the effects of Global warming and how we respond to it. I will now hand over to Noah who will share with you some statistical information.Statistics (Noah)-Causes (Abhay) -Now I will envelope some of the things that cause Global Warming. The real reason for the Global Warming is because of the greenhouse gases such as Carbon Dioxide and Methane Gas which trap Infrared heat which obviously warms the air, resultantly increases global temperature. Most scientists agree the main cause of the current global warming trend is human expansion of the “greenhouse effect” as explained before. Human implications of the causes include, animal and agriculture industry, fossil fuel carbon emission, Effect (Arnav)-But what is the actual effect of climate change?Well there are a lots of effects. For example climate change can cause an increase in extreme weather such as storms and hurricanes.But climate change also provides us with some benefits such as the increase in tourism in the UK which will be able to give our government more money resulting into a better economy. But at the moment the negative effects have outnumbered the benefits.Recent research has shown that global ocean levels have risen about 19 centimeters in the last century. The rate of rise has sped up. The 20th-century average is about 1.7 millimeters per year; since 1993 the average rate has nearly doubled — to about 3.2 millimeters per year.Responses (David Dai) Over the past few years, the focus moved from “Is climate changing?” to “Can society manage unavoidable changes and avoid unmanageable changes?” Research demonstrates that both mitigation (efforts to reduce future climate changes) and adaptation (efforts to reduce the vulnerability of society to climate change impacts) are needed in order to minimize the damages from human-caused climate change and to adapt to the pace and ultimate magnitude of changes that will occur. Get involvedBe energy efficientChoose renewable powerEat wiselyTrim your wasteLet polluters payFly lessGet informedGreen your commuteSupport and Donate