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Climate Change classes 1
UQ 3 May 07 Cars and ozone
UQ 2 Mar 07 Urban air
Climate change 2007 IPCC special
UQ 1 Nov Dec 06 Particles in air
Special: Oct. 2006 Communication
Nr 10 Sept. 2006 Africa's emissions
Nr 9 July 06 Air traffic
Special: June 06 Climate summit
R: Climate summit report
C: Glossary
A: Activities
International support
Climate research
Word square
What can I do?
L: Links
I: Information for teachers
Nr 8 April 2006 Ozone & N2 cycle
Nr 7 March 2006 Climate modeling
Nr 6 Feb. 2006 acid rain
Nr 5 Jan. 2006 oceanic sulfur
Special: Nov 05 Ozzy Ozone
Nr 4 Oct. 2005 light/satellites
Special: Sept 05 Cyclones
Nr 3 Sept. 2005 methane/energy
Special: July 05 Greenhouse Earth
Nr 2 June 2005 forest/aerosols
No 1 May 2005 vegetation/CO2

Looking out to the future

What will happen to our climate? How are the countries in the world going to react? What are you going to do personally?

Climate change is a big challenge for the world. We speak about what is going to happen. You can fill in gaps and tell yourself using the following worksheets.


Worksheet No. 1

Imagine a world in which the nations help each other in taking measures against climate change. Describe what they are going to do!

Worksheet No. 2

ACCENT is a network of research groups. The scientists try to understand more about our climate. They made plans for the future. Fill in the gaps in this worksheet.

Worksheet No. 3

Sixth sentences about our climate. Complete them with the help of a word square.

Worksheet No. 4

Susannah and Nick speak about their personal contributions for a better environment. Join their discussion and tell what you would like to do.

Read the following text and summarise the major impacts of climate change in your own words.




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