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Chapter 4: Environmental problems

Chapter 4:
 


Environmental problems
Section 4.1.: Environment
Section 4.2.: Degredation, pollution and depletion
Section 4.3.: Climate change
Section 4.4.: Consequences of climate change
Section 4.5.: Dealing with climate change
Section 4.6.: Renewable energy
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Chapter 4:
 


Environmental problems
Section 4.1.: Environment
Section 4.2.: Degredation, pollution and depletion
Section 4.3.: Climate change
Section 4.4.: Consequences of climate change
Section 4.5.: Dealing with climate change
Section 4.6.: Renewable energy

Slide 1 - Tekstslide

Section 4.1. Setting the scene for the environment

Learning goals:
- Define the environment; 
- Explain the links between environment and development.
- Explain the sustainable development goals

Two types of environments:
- Natural environment: living and non-living things that occur on the Earth naturally.

- Built environment: non-living things constructed by human beings.

Slide 2 - Tekstslide

Slide 3 - Link

Slide 4 - Link

Slide 5 - Video

Section 4.2. Degradation, pollution and depletion
Learning goals:
- Define the three types of environmental problems 
-  Give examples from MEDCs and LEDCs for each type of environmental problem. 
- Define solutions to solve or minimalize environmental problems 


- Explain the meaning of the three environmental problems (degradation, pollution and depletion).
- What are possible solutions for these environmental problems?

Slide 6 - Tekstslide

Group assignment section 4.2.
You are working in groups of three. As an outcome you are going to make a presentation about the content of section 4.2.
1. Study (read) the information of section 4.2. in your coursebook.
2. Divide the three different types among the group members
3. Explain the different types of -tions in your own words in one sheet.
4. Also make a sheet with your own example (picture and text) of your -tion in the world.
5. Finish the assignments 2, 4, 7, 8, 9 and 10 of section 4.2.


Slide 7 - Tekstslide

What problem are you investigating?
A
Degredation
B
Pollution
C
Depletion

Slide 8 - Quizvraag

I know what to do for this assignment!
Yes
No

Slide 9 - Poll

Are there any questions about the assignment?

Slide 10 - Open vraag

Explain in one sentence what your chosen -tion is about?

Slide 11 - Open vraag

Section 4.3. Climate change

Learning goals:
1. Describe natural and human reasons of climate change 
2. Describe the difference between the natural greenhouse effect and the enhanced greenhouse effect 
3. State the most important greenhouse gases 
4. Explain the carbon cycle 






Climate change is nothing new; during the  history of the earth climates did change. Some era's were cooler and some were even warmer.

Slide 12 - Tekstslide

Slide 13 - Tekstslide

Climate change involves natural reasons but since the Industrial revolution also human interference.

Read page 101.

Identify three different natural reasons for climate change and explain the influence of humans on the climate.
The earth's temperature is rising, this climate change is caused by the enhanced greenhouse effect.

Take a look on figure 4.20.

Does the greenhouse effect has to do with the incoming sunlight or the emitted heat from the earth?

Slide 14 - Tekstslide

Slide 15 - Video

Section 4.4. Consequences of climate change

Learning goals:
1. Describe the physical consequences of climate change and some of the impacts these have 

2. Explain why the impacts of climate change vary between LEDCs and MEDCs 


Slide 16 - Tekstslide