Inconvenient Truth

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Watch the movie, “Inconvenient Truth”,

2) Take notes about the movie;

3) Write an essay (in outline format) that addresses the five questions below.

4)at least 1200-words,typed, spell- and grammar-checked,

 

and be in an outline form for consideration of full credit. Your response will be graded based on thoughtful, reasoned opinions – supported by appropriate evidence – as well as your command of the facts and concepts concerning global warming.

 

Question 1: What types of physical evidence, in your view, represent the strongest proof that the Earth is warming and that human activities are at least partly responsible? You need to list at least three different lines of evidence.

 

Question 2: What roles do the oceans play in climate change and global warming? Need to list, describe and explain at least three roles.

 

Question 3: Why does global warming matter to humans and their environment? In other words, what bad effects are happing now, or could happen soon, because of global warming? You need to list at three different types of negative effects, including a description and explanation for each negative effect.

 

Question 4: What, in your view, are the most important specific steps that an individual can take to deal with the problem? (Local-scale action) Need to list, describe and explain at least three types of actions.

 

Question 5: What, in your view, are the most important specific steps that governments and nations can take to deal with the problem? (Regional- and global-scale action) Need to list, describe and explain at least three types of actions.

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