Environmental Changes

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This lesson contains 13 slides, with interactive quizzes, text slides and 3 videos.

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Wat is een "ecological footprint"?

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Ecological footprint
It measures the biologically productive area needed to provide for everything that people demand from nature: fruits and vegetables, meat, fish, wood, cotton and other fibres, as well as absorption of carbon dioxide from fossil fuel burning and space for buildings and roads.

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The Netherlands ecological footprint
The Ecological Footprint for the Netherlands was 5.69 global hectares per person (in 2018) Global biocapacity was 1.58 global hectares per person (in 2018)

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Key concepts
Climate change: hotter summers, colder winters
Carbon dioxide emissions – from cars, for example
Greenhouse gases – burning of fossil fuels (coal, oil)
Fuel-efficient – modern cars use less petrol than before
Charge/recharge – mobile phones, electric cars

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This is bad for the environment.


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What is a water footprint?

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Next time........
we'll think about what YOU can do to reduce your carbon and water footprints!

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