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10 Page Paper On Climate Change

Annotated Bibliography Renewable Energy Sources and Climate Change Mitigation: Special Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. Edited by Edenhofer Ottmar et al., IPPC, UNEP, UNECA, WHO. , 2012, Print. Annotation This serves as an inclusive account of costs and greenhouse gas emissions across various technologies and scenarios confirma the key role of renewable sources, irrespective of any tangible climate change mitigation agreement. Accesses cost-benefits and it’s potential role in a portfolio of mitigation options. Saha, Sagatom, and Brody Viney. How Climate Change Could Spark the next Financial Crisis. Ebscohost, Journal of International Affairs, 1 Mar. 2020. Web. Climate risk could potentially trigger another global financial crisis unless it is properly accounted for in global financial markets. U.S. policymakers should seek not only to reduce emissions but to also boost the climate resilience of physical infrastructure and mandate disclosure of climate-induced risk throughout the financial system. This source highlights the financial aspect and implications of climate change. Nyahunda, L., Makhubele Jabulani, C., & Mabvurira, V. (2019). Analysis of gender responsiveness of climate change response strategies in the South African Development Community (Sadc) Region. [Article] (Issue 9, Vol. Vol. 16). Limpopo: e-BANGI Journal. doi: 1985-3505 This paper sought to explore the gender responsiveness of climate change response strategies in the Southern African Development Community region. In order to have a well written paper, I thought it would be interesting to cover all aspects of my topic as it relates accordingly. With this source, I am able to highlight gender differences in the fight to stop climate change and if women really do have a say in this global topic. Evans, C. (2016). Climate Change and Public Health : Federal Preparedness Efforts. Nova Science Publishers, Inc.]. doi: 978-63485-309-5 This book addresses federal activities to enhance understanding about the risks climate change poses to public health; federal resources used by selected states and localities to address these risks; and challenges states and localities face and actions federal agencies could take to mitigate them. This book also provides a suggested sequence of steps that health departments can undertake to assess such health vulnerabilities associated with climate change. Waste Water Management Australia. (2019). Securing Water Supplies in Response to Climate Change [PDF Text] (Issue 1, Vol. Vol. 46). doi: 1838-7098 This source examines water sources. The Water corporation continues to educate the community about groundwater replenishment. Construction of the first stage of the Groundwater Replenishment Scheme in the northern Perth suburb of Craigie was completed in late 2017. This is one of the first Groundwater Replenishment Schemes in Australia. Alapata, Y., & Ismaila. (2019). Climate Change Induced Challenges On Deforestation: The Needs To Induce Mitigation Measures in Nigeria (Vol. 29). Annals of the University of Oradea, Geography Series. Climate change induced challenges and ecologically degrading has been evident in persistent forest depletion in the world. This environmental problem has been at an alarming rate most especially in the developing world. The paper establishes the existence of pressures on the forest communities in Nigeria due to a number of causes such as; urbanization, overpopulation, mining and agricultural expansion. I added this source because being from Nigeria, myself I would like to know the efforts--- if any, that are being made concerning aiding to stop climate change. New Scientist Ltd. (2018). Climate Threatens Iconic Wildlife [Article Source] (3169th ed., Vol. 237). London. doi: 10.1016/S0262-4079(18)30456-1 Ms. Warren and her colleagues of The University of East Anglia in Great Britain which shows that half of the animals and plants in the world's wildlife havens will be gone by 2100 if climate change will not be stopped. This source highlights our wildlife and how they will be affected by this global issue. Another lense to assess through. Benjamin D., L. (n.d.). Urban land use and transportation planning for climate change mitigation: A theoretical framework (2nd ed., Vol. 284). Amsterdam: European Journal of Operational Research. This paper derives analytical insights into urban land use and transportation planning for climate change mitigation, by formulating a social planner’s utility maximization problem. I wanted to add this source because I want to research areas how urbanization is affecting climate change. Halpern, B. S., Frazier, M., Afflerbach, J., Lowndes, J. S., Micheli, F., O’Hara, C., Scarborough, C., & Selkoe, K. A. (2019). Recent Pace of Change in Human Impact on The World’s Ocean. Scientific Reports, 9(1), 11609. Humans interact with the oceans in diverse and profound ways. The scope, magnitude, footprint and ultimate cumulative impacts of human activities can threaten ocean ecosystems and have changed over time, resulting in new challenges and threats to marine ecosystems. This source will allow me to dive deep into the unseen marine world and how climate change is affecting our oceanic friends! National Research Council (U.S.). (2010). Informing an Effective Response to Climate Change. National Academies Press. Last but not least, to wrap up my paper, I reasoned it will be adequate to highlight what we as the human race are doing positively to slow the rate of or stop climate change.This source will be a great ending and a tying together of all the other sources. I also plan to mention the previous subtopics above to refresh my reader’s memory of the subtopics I covered previously in my paper; that will allow for a more coherent read. Introduction Welcome to the year 2050. Where there are no more ice caps remaining in the arctic, 35 million people have been affected by flooding this year alone, 2 million people displaced by weather and climate-linked disasters and deforestation has left us with little to no trees left to provide vital oxygen for us. “Climate change is a reality that is happening now, and that we can see its impact across the world” (Haddrill, 2014) Climate change can be defined as the changes in the pattern of the climate due to natural and human resources that have been used inappropriately. Climate is defined as the “average weather” (Calow, 1998) for a particular region. Climate change is the human activities that affect Earth’s climate by using the human activities inappropriately that leads to the warming of the Earth. Climate change is a bigger issue that is linked to many other smaller aspects in our world. In this paper, I will explore climate change and its various aspects. I will also elaborate on these sub aspects in greater detail. Renewable Energy Sources & Climate Mitigation analysis of renewable energy technologies and their current and potential role in the mitigation of greenhouse gas emissions. Climate Change & Financial Crisis Gender Responsiveness To Climate Change Climate Change and Public Health Securing Water Supplies Climate Change Induced Challenges On Deforestation Effects on Wildlife How Urbanization Is Affecting Climate Change Ocean Life and Climate Change How Do we fix this?: Effective Response to Climate Change Introduction Welcome to the year 2050. Where there are no more ice caps remaining in the arctic, 35 million people have been affected by flooding this year alone, 2 million people displaced by weather and climate-linked disasters and deforestation has left us with little to no trees left to provide vital oxygen for us. “Climate change is a reality that is happening now, and that we can see its impact across the world” (Haddrill, 2014) Climate change can be defined as the changes in the pattern of the climate due to natural and human resources that have been used inappropriately. Climate is defined as the “average weather” (Calow, 1998) for a particular region. Climate change is the human activities that affect Earth’s climate by using the human activities inappropriately that leads to the warming of the Earth. Climate change is a bigger issue that is linked to many other smaller aspects in our world. In this paper, I will explore climate change and its various aspects. I will also elaborate on these sub aspects in greater detail. Renewable Energy Sources & Climate Mitigation analysis of renewable energy technologies and their current and potential role in the mitigation of greenhouse gas emissions. Climate Change & Financial Crisis Gender Responsiveness To Climate Change Climate Change and Public Health Securing Water Supplies Climate Change Induced Challenges On Deforestation Effects on Wildlife How Urbanization Is Affecting Climate Change Ocean Life and Climate Change How Do we fix this?: Effective Response to Climate Change

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Due on: May 01, 2020 00:00

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