This is a 2014 chart from The National Climate Assessment that shows the impact that climate change will have on our water sustainability. The Assessment is the product of hundreds of experts and scientists, organized by the U.S. Global Change Research Program. They claim it’s “the most comprehensive, authoritative, transparent scientific research report on U.S. climate change impacts ever generated.” I am planning on using this image for my topic because it shows the current and future climate change impacts for the U.S. and it comes from a valid source.
Henry, Terrence. “More Drought, Heat and Water Wars: What Climate Change Already Means for Texas.” State Impact NPR. NPR, 6 May 2014. Web. 30 Mar. 2017.
This diagram shows some of the effects that climate change has already had on our planet as well as some solutions that have already been implemented to help slow down this process. This image comes from the Pew Center for Global Climate Change. It is based on data from 2008-2012. I will be using this image for my topic because it comes from a reliable source and shows the effects as well as the solutions for climate change.
Director, Kelly Trout Communications. “Climate Change.” Chesapeake Climate Action Network. Chesapeake Climate Action Network, n.d. Web. 30 Mar. 2017.
This is a sequence of four time-lapse photos of Grinnell Glacier in Glacier National Park and how much it has receded from 1938-2006. This image is from the United States Geological Survey. I will be using this image for my topic to coincide as evidence with some of the points given by Nicholas Mirzoeff in his chapter pertaining to climate change from his book How to See the World.
Butler, Bill. “Is Global Warming a Hoax/Fraud/Scam?” Is Global Warming a Hoax/Fraud/Scam? N.p., n.d. Web. 30 Mar. 2017.