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Air

Acid rain

Climate change

Coal

Conservation

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Αέρας [aæras]

Ar [ar]

Aria [‘arja]

Powietrze [povietʒe]

Όξινη βροχή

Chuva ácida [∫uva asyda]

Definitions Capable of being broken down or decomposed by natural biological processes. Rain that damages trees and plants because it contains substances put into the air by factory smoke Climate change, which is often called global warming, refers to changes in weather patterns including: - a rise in global temperatures - changes in rainfall patterns, which result in flooding and droughts - a rise in sea level. Climate changes can be caused both by natural forces and by human activities. A hard black material dug out of the ground and burned to give heat Protecting, maintaining or improving natural resources, to keep them safe from destruction or degradation and conserve them for future generations. Clean rivers and lakes, wilderness areas, wildlife, healthy soil, and clean air are natural resources

Pioggia acida [ ‘pjoddʒa ‘atȓida]

Κλιµατική αλλαγή [klimatiki allaghi]

Alterações climáticas [ alterasõj∫ klymatykas]

Cambiamento [kambja’mento] climatico [kli’matiko]

Άνθρακας (Anthrakas)

Carvão [karvãw]

Carbone [ kar’bone]

Conservação [ kõservasãw]

Conservazione [konservat’tsjon e]

Εξοικονόµηση [aekseikonomissi]

Kwaśne deszcze [kvaçne de∫t∫e]

Zmiana klimatu [zmiana klimatu]

Węgiel [vẽgiel]

Ochrona środowiska [ohrona çrodovιska]


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Dam

Diesel oil

Earth

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Ecology

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Electricity

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Energy

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Energy Sources

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Φράγµα [fragma]

Barragem [baRajẽ]

Diga [ ’diga ]

Tama [tama]

A type of heavy oil used as a fuel, instead of petrol/gas

Πετρέλαιο (petrelaio

Gasóleo [gazólyu]

Gasolio

Olej napędowy [olej napẽdovı]

Our planet.

Γη [ghei]

Terra [tεRa]

Terra [‘tεrra]

Ziemia [ziemia]

Οικολογία [eikologheia]

Ecologia [εkulujya]

Ecologia [ekolo’dʒia]

Ekologia [ekologia]

Ηλεκτρισµός [eilectrizmos]

Electricidade [ylectrysydade] Energia [ynerjya]

Elettricità

Elektryczność [elektrιt∫noçč] Energia [energia] Źródła energii [zιrudŭa energi]

Definitions A barrier that is built across a river in order to stop the water from flowing, used especially to produce electricity

The study of the relationship of living things (plants, animals and humans) with each other and with their environment. Electric current used or regarded as a source of power. The power which can do work What in Earth gives us the power which can do work

Environment

Our natural surroundings

Fossil fuels

Fuels that are formed in the ground from the remains of dead plants and animals. Oil, natural gas and coal are all fossil fuels. Fossil fuels are not a renewable resource. Once consumed they are gone forever. When burned, they are a major cause of greenhouse gases and global warming.

Ενέργεια [aenærgeia] Πηγές ενέργειας

Fontes de energia [fõte∫ de ynerjya]

Περιβάλλον [perivallon]

Ambiente [ãbyẽte]

Ορυκτά καύσιµα [oreikta kafseima]

Combustíveis fósseis [kõbu∫tyvei∫ fósei∫]

[ ga’zǤljo]

[elettritȓi’ta] Energia [ener’dʒia] Fonti energetiche [‘fonti ener’dʒetike ] Ambiente [ am’bjεnte]

Combustibili fossili [ kombus’tibili ‘fǤssili]

Środowisko [çrodovιsko]

Paliwa kopalne [paliva kopalne]


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Geothermal energy

Global warming

Energy produced from the natural heat of the rocks deep in the ground A gradual warming of the earth's surface temperature reportedly caused by the emission of gases that trap the sun's heat in the earth's atmosphere. The burning of fossil fuels releases carbon dioxide, methane, and other greenhouse gases into the atmosphere. These gases form a blanket around the earth (similar to the walls of a greenhouse), holding heat and raising temperatures on the ground. Climate change is believed to be linked to global warming. Gases that trap the sun’s heat and make the Earth’s temperature rise

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Greenhouse effect

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Hydropower Hydraulic power

The force or energy of moving water.

Organic

General term used for a type of gardening or agriculture using no chemical or synthetic fertilizers or pesticides.

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Γεωθερµική ενέργεια [geothermiki energia]

Energia geotérmica [ynerjya jeotεrmyka]

Energia geotermica [ ener’dʒia dʒeo‘t εrmika]

Energia geotermalna [energia geotermalna

Υπερθέρµανση του πλανήτη [eiperthermansei]

Aquecimento global [akesymẽtu glubal]

Definitions

Φαινόµενο του θερµοκηπίου [fenomenon tou thermokipiou] Υδραυλική ενέργεια [eidravleikei aenærgeia] Οργανικός [organeikos]

Riscaldamento globale [ riskalda’mento glo’bale]

Efeito de estufa [yfeytu de y∫tufa]

Effetto serra [ ef’fεtto ‘sεrra ]

Energia hidráulica [ynerjya ydrawlyka

Energia idrica/idraulica [ener’dʒia ‘idrika / i’draulika ]

Orgânico [organyku]

Biologico [ bio’lǤdʒiko ]

Globalne ocieplenie [globalne ocieplenie]

Efekt cieplarniany [efekt tceplarnianı] Energia wodna/ hydrauliczna [energia vodna/ hιdraulit∫na] Organiczny [organıt∫nı]


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Ozone layer

Photovoltaic (PV)

Power

Recycling

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Τρύπα του όζοντος [tripa tou ozontos]

Buraco do ozono [buraku du ozônu]

Strato di ozono [ ‘strato di

Warstwa ozonowa [varstva ozonova]

Φωτοβολταΐκός [photovoltaeikos]

Fotovoltaico [fotovoltayku]

Fotovoltaico [fotovol’taiko]

Ισχύς [isxis]

Potência [putẽsya]

Potenza [ po’tεntsa]

Siła [fotovoltait∫nı]

Ανακύκλωση [anakyklossi]

Reciclagem [Resyklajẽ]

Riciclaggio

Powtórne przetwarzanie

Definitions A layer of ozone that protects the earth from the bad effects of the sun A solar power technology that uses solar cells or solar photovoltaic arrays to convert light from the sun directly into electricity. The amount of work done or energy transferred per unit of time. The process of minimising waste by recovering materials and transforming them into new products. Relating to or being a commodity or resource, such as solar energy, that is inexhaustible or replaceable by new growth.

od’dzǤno]

Fotowoltaiczny [fotovoltait∫nı]

[ ritȓi’kladdʒo] [povturne pʒetvaʒanıe]

Ανανεώσιµη [ananeossimos]

Renovável [Renuvável]

Rinnovabile [rinno’vabile]

Energy from the sun that is converted into thermal or electrical energy.

Ηλιακή ενέργεια [eileiakei aenaergheia]

Energia solar [ynerjya sular]

Energia solare [ener’dʒia so’lare ]

Solar panel

A device consisting of copper pipes, casing, glass, etc, that converts solar energy into thermal energy.

Ηλιακά πάνελ [eileiaka panael]

Painel solar [paynεl sular]

Pannello solare [pan’nεllo so’lare]

Energia słoneczna [energia sŭonet∫na] Kolektor słoneczny [kolektor sŭonet∫nІ]

Sun

A star that is the basis of the solar system and that sustains life on Earth, being the source of heat and light.

Sol [sol]

Sole [ ‘sole]

Słońce [sŭoñce]

Renewable

Solar energy

Ήλιος [eileios]

Odnawialny [odnaύalnı]


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Sustainable development

Development of Earth involving the use of natural products and energy in a way that does not harm the environment

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Naturally occurring mineral water.

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Αειφόρος Ανάπτυξη [Aiforos Anaptiksi]

Desenvolvimento sustentável [ dezẽvolvimẽtu su∫tẽtavel]

Sviluppo sostenibile [ zvi‘luppo sosteni‘nibile]

Νερό [naero]

Água [água]

Acqua [ ‘akkwa]

Κυµατική Ενέργεια [kimatiki energia]

Energia das marés [ynerjya da∫ marε∫]

Energia portata dalle onde del mare [ener’dʒia por’tata ’dalle ’onde del ’mare ]

Wave energy

Energy from the waves of the sea

Wind power

The conversion of wind energy into more useful forms, such as electricity, using wind turbines.

Αιολική ενέργεια [aeoleikei]

Potência eólica [putẽsya εolyka]

Wind turbine

A wind turbine is a machine that converts the kinetic energy in wind into electrical energy.

Ανεµογεννήτρια [anaemogheneitreia]

Turbina eólica [turbyna εolyka]

Energia eolica[ener’dʒia e’Ǥlika ]

Polish

ZrównowaŜony rozwój [zruvnovaʒonι rozvuι]

Woda [voda]

Energia pływów [energia puιvuv]

Energia wiatru Energia wiatru [energia ύatru]

Generatore eolico [dʒenera’tore

Turbina wiatrowa

e’Ǥliko ]

[turbina ύatrova]


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