Part I: A Closer Look at the EvidenceFor the first part of this assignment, answer these questions using the NASA website:Describe the graph on the NASA website. What does it show us about the concen

Part I:  A Closer Look at the Evidence

For the first part of this assignment, answer these questions using the NASA website:

  1. Describe the graph on the NASA website. What does it show us about the concentration of CO2 in the atmosphere? According to the following site (the United Kingdom’s National Meteorological Service), what recent event contributed to the rising carbon dioxide levels? Met Office
  2. The supporting data on climate change are grouped into different categories on the NASA website. How are these groups labeled? Is there agreement on these categories between the NASA website and the UK website (Met Office). If not, how do they differ?
  3. Select the “Effects” tab at the top of this web page: https://climate.nasa.gov/evidence/. Summarize the effects of climate change listed here in one paragraph. Be sure to address the effect of climate change on our weather and water resources.

Part II:  How Can Economic Growth Become Part of the Solution?

Read the article from The Economist:

The outlook: Averting the sixth extinction. (2013). The Economist, 408(8853), 15. Available in the Trident Online Library.

Now answer the following questions regarding economic growth and climate change discussed in this article in paragraph format. One paragraph should be sufficient.

  1. How does economic growth negatively impact other species?
  2. What is described as the principal threat to biodiversity as the global economy and human population grows?
  3. Is economic growth necessarily bad for our planet? What points suggest that economic growth can benefit biodiversity?
  4. Conclude your paragraph with 1–3 sentences that draw connections between economic growth, climate change, habitat loss, and biodiversity.

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