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Climate Training Kit. Module 1A Climate Science and Impacts Game

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Have Fun

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Climate Training Kit. Module 1A Climate Science and Impacts Game

Pick your team

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Climate Training Kit. Module 1A Climate Science and Impacts Game

Rules

A question is displayed…

.. teams have max. 1 minute to think and agree (till I say ‘STOP’)

Teams with correct answer get 1 point

If a team ready before 1 minute, the speaker can yell ‘READY’ – and get an extra point (if correct)

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Climate Training Kit. Module 1A Climate Science and Impacts Game

1: Why is the planet warming up?

A. The sun is getting closer and hotter as part of a natural sun cycle

B. Heat-trapping gases are building up in the atmosphere, preventing heat from the sun escaping back out into space

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The Answer is B!

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Climate Training Kit. Module 1A Climate Science and Impacts Game

2: What is this process called?

A. Global dimming

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The answer is…

A. Global dimming

B. Air pollution build-up

C. The greenhouse effect

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Climate Training Kit. Module 1A Climate Science and Impacts Game

3: What evidence of climate change

have scientists already observed?

A. The planet is warmer on average B. The sea level is rising

C. There has been more intense cyclone activity in the North Atlantic

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Answer:

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A. The planet is warmer on average by 0.74°C (2005 compared to 1906)

B. The sea level is rising by 1.8 mm/yr since 1961, and 3.1 mm/yr since 1993. The rate is increasing!

C. There has been more intense cyclone activity in the North Atlantic since about 1970.

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Climate Training Kit. Module 1A Climate Science and Impacts Game

4: What are the

two biggest

causes of

this build-up of heat-trapping gases in

the atmosphere?

A. Industry and energy supply

B. Agriculture and forestry (including deforestation) C. Burning of fossil fuels and land-use change

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This was sort of a trick question

A. Industry (19.4%) and energy supply (25.9%) B. Agriculture (13.5%) and forestry (including

deforestation) (17.4%)

C. Burning of fossil fuels and land-use change (encompasses all of these categories!)

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Climate Training Kit. Module 1A Climate Science and Impacts Game

5: Can the terms ‘global warming’ and

‘climate change’ be used

interchangeably?

• Yes, they refer to processes closely related, and people understand what you’re referring to when you use either of them

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The answer is Yes!

When the ocean, land and air get warmer

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Climate Training Kit. Module 1A Climate Science and Impacts Game

6: If we stopped all greenhouse gas

emissions today, would we still have

climate change?

No, the greenhouse gases in the atmosphere

would quickly dissipate, immediately stopping the warming and related changes in the climate

Yes, humans have been adding greenhouse

gases to the atmosphere for so many years now, that even if all emissions stopped today, the

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If we stopped all greenhouse gas

emissions today, would we still have

climate change?

• No, the greenhouse gases in the atmosphere

would quickly dissipate, immediately stopping the warming and related changes in the climate.

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Climate Training Kit. Module 1A Climate Science and Impacts Game

7. Match the term with the definition

Term

Weather

Climate

Climate change

Definition

• Refers to average weather

conditions over a long period of time (30+ years)

• Refers to conditions like rain, temperature and wind over hours to days

• Refers to a statistically

significant change in the state of the climate (or average

weather) that persists for an extended period of time

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Answers:

Weather Climate Climate Change

Refers to conditions like rain, temperature and wind

over hours to days.

Refers to average weather conditions over a long period of time (30+ years).

Refers to a statistically significant change in the state of the climate (or average weather) that persists for an extended period of time (decades or longer).

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Climate Training Kit. Module 1A Climate Science and Impacts Game

8: If we know the climate change

projections for year 2100, do we need to

pay attention to forecasts on shorter

timescales?

• Yes, because between now and 2100 natural climate variability and weather could bring us

conditions/events that are different from the long-term projections

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If we know the climate change

projections for 2100, do we need to

pay attention to forecasts on shorter

timescales?

Yes, because between now and 2100 natural climate variability and weather could bring us conditions/events that are different from the long-term projections.

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Climate Training Kit. Module 1A Climate Science and Impacts Game

9: If we experience an extreme weather

event, can we attribute that particular

event to climate change?

Yes, climate change will bring more extreme weather events, so we can

attribute (“blame”) each individual event to climate change

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Answer:

No, because weather fluctuates on

short-term timescales and climate change is occurring over a much longer timescale.

However, an increase in the average

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Climate Training Kit. Module 1A Climate Science and Impacts Game A) Action taken to reduce the amount of

greenhouse gasses in the atmosphere.

B) Action taken to reduce the impacts of climate change on lives, livelihoods and ecosystems.

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The answer is

A: Action taken to reduce the amount of greenhouse gasses in the atmosphere.

- B is called climate change adaptation:

Action taken to reduce the impacts of climate

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Climate Training Kit. Module 1A Climate Science and Impacts Game

Let’s tally the points…

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Congratulations!

Winning team, you get a prize!

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