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Climate Change Case

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The schema theory may be applied through interviewing the group which we were supposed to ask regarding their prior knowledge regarding the topic and likewise ask what they wanted to know further in said topic. I plan on discussing the common belief, or what people only know, that the major reason why climate change occurs is due to the emission of carbon particles in the air which combines with oxygen that forms into carbon dioxide. A concrete example would be the burning of oil and coal since it contains carbon and when it is burned, it will release those carbon atoms in the atmosphere that will combine with oxygen particles. I will further discuss examples of human activities which have contributed to the greenhouse gases which contributed to the climate change such as industrialization and the dependence on factories. Also, I plan to discuss the effects which will result that have already happened and those that could potentially happen. Upon formation, it blocks heat from escaping which causes excessive heat that resulted in the melting of the glaciers and increased sea level in various regions of the world.

I intend to inform my audience that carbon emission is not the sole reason why climate change occurs. Furthermore, there were speculations that it does not significantly contribute to the depletion of our climate, rather it is significantly influenced by solar irradiance which are changes in the sun’s energy that affect the weather in other regions. Some regions may experience warmer climates while others may experience cooler climates. These solar activities are outside the commerce of man which I think causes people to lessen things which can be controlled such as carbon emissions. Moreover, there were rumors regarding the UN implementing RFID tags in our vehicles to track down the distance traveled thus enabling them to monitor the carbon emitted in the vehicle.

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