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SACRED HEART PUBLIC SCHOOL, MOOKKANNUR

INTEGRATED PROJECT-
SLIDESHOW

FA-IV 2016-17
CLASS - IX A
THIS PRESENTATION IS AN ATTEMPT BY US TO SAVE THE
WORLD.
TO MAKE YOU AWARE WHAT IS HAPPENING AND WILL
HAPPEN DUE TO CLIMATE CHANGE.
TO MAKE YOU NOT CONRIBUTE IN CLIMATE CHANGE.
TO MAKE YOU CHANGE FOR THE WORLD.

WE HOPE THAT THE ABOVE WILL HAPPEN AND THE WORLD


WILL BE SAVED.
THIS IS FOR EVERYONE TRYING TO SAVE THE WORLD AND
MOST IMPORTANTLY
“WE LIVE IN A BEAUTIFUL WORLD”

BUT NOT FOR LONG!!


WHAT HAPPENED??
WHAT IS CLIMATE CHANGE
How ?
 The Earth’s climate is changing in ways
that you can’t easily see.
 The Earth is getting warmer because
people are adding heat trapping gases to
the atmosphere, mainly by burning fossil
fuels. These gases are called greenhouse
gases. Warmer temperatures are causing
changes in the world, such as melting of
glaciers and stronger storms.
ALGAE
FLOODS
OVERGROWTH

FOREST
DROUGHTS FIRES
Human activities such as:
LET’S LOOK AT
THE NUMBERS
OF GLOBAL
WARMING
EFFECT OF CLIMATE CHANGE
ON FLORA AND FAUNA
 1987 Bihar Flood : The flood of 1987 in Bihar was so destructive that it left a total of
1400 people and more than 5000 animal dead. A total of 67,881+680.86 lac INR was the
damage to the state; affecting more than 29 million people. After this flood, the River
Koshi has been named as” Sorrow of Bihar” (Bihar kashok).
 2008 Bihar floods: The 2008 Bihar floods are considered as one of the most disastrous
floods in the state’s history. The flood affected more than 2 million people. The flooded
and affected areas were Supaul, Araria, Madhepura, Saharsa, Champaran and Purnea.

 2005 Maharashtra flood: In 2005, a major climatic catastrophe occurred in the state of
Maharashtra in the form of massive floorings, leading to a death toll of 5000 people. The
areas of Mumbai, Chiplun, Khed, Kalyan, Ratnagiri and Raigad were completely flooded,
hence naming the date 26 July 2005 as the BLACK DAY in the history of Mumbai.
 2005: Gujarat Floods: The wave of floods in Maharashtra reached the state of Gujarat as
well, accounting for one of the worst floods in the Indian History as it caused a financial
loss of more than Rs.800 million. This disaster took place in a row of days from 30th June
to July 11, killing more than 123 people and a total of 250,000 people were evacuated.
Infrastructure of the state also suffered badly as train services, Road Operations and
communications were destroyed.
THE WORLD RECORD FOR DROUGHT
ININ2000
2000FOR
FORRajasthan, India
RAJASTHAN,INDIA
INDIA’S PREDICTED TEMPERATURES IN 2050
A LARGE INCREASE IN FLOODS IN THE 15 MOST PRONE
STATES.
INCREASED NUMBERS OF STORMS AND HURRICANES.
CLIMATE CHANGE POSES A SIGNIFICANT THREAT TO
FOOD SECURITY.
POSSIBLE DECLINE IN GDP BY 9%.
DECREASE IN FOOD CROPS PRODUCTION BY 40%.
IF AN INCREASE IN TEMPERATURE BY 2° C WOULD
DISPLACE 7 MILLION PEOPLE.
MAJOR CITIES LIKE MUMBAI, CHENNAI AND KOLKATA
WOULD BE SUBMERGED.
SIGNIFICANT AND LASTING DAMAGE TO THE
COUNTRY’S ECONOMY.
DISASTER-PRONE STATES IN INDIA
JAMMU AND KASHMIR

ANDHRA PRADESH
UTTAR PRADESH

MAHARASHTRA

WEST BENGAL
GUJARAT
PUNJAB
ASSAM

BIHAR
MOST COMMON DISASTERS ARE FLOODS,
DROUGHTS,FAMINES AND EARTHQUAKES.
WHAT ARE WE DOING
SMOKING IS INJURIOUS TO HEALTH
SMOKING KILLS
WHAT IS HAPPENING AGAINST CLIMATE CHANGE?
¤ PLANS AND POLICIES ARE BEING MADE BUT
IMPLEMENTATIONS ARE LACKING.
¤ KYOTO PROTOCOL HAS BEEN SIGNED BY MEMBER
COUNTRIES OF THE UN.
¤ LAWS FOR PROTECTING RAINFORESTS OF SOUTH EAST ASIA
AND SOUTH AMERICA HAS BEEN MADE BUT CONSTANTLY
VIOLATED DUE TO LACK OF STRICT IMPLEMENTATION AND
CORRUPTION.
¤ POLICIES ABOUT REDUCING FOSSIL FUEL CONSUMPTON IS
BEING OPPOSED BY OIL COMPANIES.
¤ CERTAIN UTILITY COMPANIES OPPOSE RENEWABLE-UTILITY
COMPANIES FEARING LOSS AND DROP IN STOCKS.
WHAT SHOULD WE DO
That term implies something…
• Uniform across the planet,
• Mainly about temperature,
• Gradual
• Quite possibly benign
What’s actually happening is…
• Highly non-uniform
• Not just about temperature
• Rapid compared to capacities for adjustment
• Harmful for most places and times
Only a reduction of
greenhouse gases’
emission RIGHT NOW
wcould make a
in climate
change.
♦ Walk or take a bicycle for going to nearby
places(it is good for your and the planet’s health).
♦ Use public transports and practice carpooling.
♦ Plant trees on your birthdays(and other days as
well).
♦ Save electricity and petroleum products.
♦ Use cars with good mileage.
♦ Avoid burning plastics and other wastes.
♦ Promote and practice recycling.
♦ Use renewable sources of energy.
♦ Always follow the 3 R’s (Reduce, Reuse and
Recycle).
CHANGE IN ENERGY CONSUMPTION IN COMING YEARS FOR
REMEMBER:
WE HAVE NOT INHERITED THE EARTH
FROM THE GENERATION BEFORE US

BUT BORROWED IT FROM THE


COMING GENERATION.
OUR REQUEST:
CHANGE FOR THE WORLD AND FOR YOURSELF;
LET’S CURE OUR SICK PLANET;
REVIVE IT;
AND NOT MAKE OURSELVES
THE DESTROYERS OF OUR HOME .

LET THE FUTURE GENERATIONS STUDY ABOUT US


AS THOSE WHO SAVED THE WORLD
AND NOT AS THOSE WHO DESTROYED THE
WORLD IN WHICH THEY WERE TO LIVE.
The End