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CAUSES

EFFECTS

SOLUTIONS


GREENCAUSE Middle Aged

Achiever

Goal orientated lifestyle

Commitment to career & family

Active consumers

Upper-middle to upper class

Value predictability & stability

Likely to vote Conservative


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£


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Climate Change & Food


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Climate Change & Food

Today, people use the world’s resources some 30% faster than the planet can regenerate itself, putting ecosystems and the people and wildlife that rely on them under increasing pressure. Serious Personal Threat 97%

Caused by Human Activity 48%

Perceived it as a Threat 69%


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Climate Change & Food

Roles & Responsibilities

Pension


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Climate Change & Food

Percent of adults aged 40 -59 who have provided financial support in the past year to a child 18 years or older.

42%

48%


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Climate Change & Food

Almost 2.5million between 45 and 64 have their own home but no spouse or partner to live with them.


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Health Benefits

Climate Change & Food


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Climate Change & Food


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Climate Change & Food

The principal drink of all the social classes in Britain Daily cups of tea can help you recover more quickly from the stress Caffeine reduces level of tiredness, better short-term memory and more positive moods


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Climate Change & Renewable Energy

Climate Change & Renewable Energy


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Climate Change & Renewable Energy


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Climate Change & Alternative Fuels


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Climate Change & Alternative Fuels

2

CO2

CO

CO2

CO2 CO CO2 2 CO2 CO O 2 C C 2 O CO 2 2 2 CO2CO CO 2 CO 2 2 CO CO2 CO 2CO CO2 2 CO 2 CO CO2 CO 2 2

We have an all time high concentration of CO2 at: 393.84 parts per million (ppm) compared to 315 ppm in 1960.

CO 2


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Climate Change & Alternative Fuels


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Climate Change & Alternative Fuels


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Climate Change & Alternative Fuels

British Gas

EDF

EON

N Power

Scottish Power

Southern Scottish Electric

COAL: 13.7%

COAL: 27.6%

COAL: 30.3%

COAL: 29%

COAL: 46.6%

COAL: 35%

GAS: 50%

GAS: 0.1%

GAS: 49%

GAS: 55%

GAS: 39.6%

GAS: 49%

NUCLEAR: 26.5%

NUCLEAR: 69.1%

NUCLEAR: 5.8%

NUCLEAR: 2%

NUCLEAR: 0.1%

NUCLEAR: 1%

RENEWABLE:

RENEWABLE: 3%

RENEWABLE: 11% RENEWABLE:

RENEWABLE:

RENEWABLE: 14%

7.9%

OTHER: 0.2%

OTHER: 4%

12%

13.5%

OTHER: 1%

OTHER: 2%

OTHER: 0.2%

OTHER: 1.8%

Good Energy

Green Energy

Loco2 Energy

Ecotricity

Co-op Energy

COAL: 0%

COAL: 0%

COAL: 0%

COAL: 12.1%

COAL: 0%

GAS: 0%

GAS: 64%

GAS: 55%

GAS: 19.7%

GAS: 0%

NUCLEAR: 0%

NUCLEAR: 0%

NUCLEAR: 0%

NUCLEAR: 2.3%

NUCLEAR: 0%

RENEWABLE:

RENEWABLE:

RENEWABLE:

RENEWABLE:

RENEWABLE:

100%

36%

45%

64.3%

100%

OTHER: 0%

OTHER: 0%

OTHER: 0%

OTHER: 1.6%

OTHER: 0%


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Climate Change & Alternative Fuels

Industrial Textiles

• Twine, Rope, Nets, Canvas, Tarps, Carpets, Geogtextiles, Agro-fibre composites & moulded parts, Brake/

Consumer Textiles

• Apparel, Diapers, Fabrics, Handbags, Denim, Shoes, Fine fabrics.

Paper

• Printing paper, Fine/speciality paper, Filter paper, Newsprint, Cardboard/Packaging.

Building materials

• Fibreboard, Insulation, Fibreglass substitute, Cement, Stucco & mortar.

Food

• Salad oil, Margarine, Food supplements, Cooking oils, Granola, Birdseed, Animal feed.

Industrial Products

• Oil paints, Varnishes, Printing inks, Fuel, Solvents, Lubricants, Putty, Coatings.

Personal Hygiene

• Soap, Shampoo, Bath gels, Cosmetics, Lotions, Balms.

Clutch linings, Caulking.

Agricultural • Weed suppression, Less need for pesticides than most crops, Pollen isolation, Soil improvement in Benefits crop rotation, Deep roots are natural soil aerators.


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Climate Change & Investment


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Climate Change & Investment

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Climate Change & Investment

If implemented, the Kyoto Protocol would cost £114bn per year. Spending the money in this way would decrease world temperature by 0.008F by 2100. Every pound would do about 16-20 pence worth of good.

£


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Climate Change & Investment

Better use of the money would be: 100bn into renewable energy 1bn into geo engineering 30bn tackling sea levels rising 6bn tackling inland flooding 12bn on urban cooling

ÂŁ


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Climate Change & Investment

In May 2010, our Government was announced as being the greenest it had ever been, managing to reduce it’s carbon emissions by 10% in 12 months. The UK’s target is to generate 15% of energy from renewable sources by 2020, we are currently on track to meet this target.

£


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Climate Change & Investment

The Pavegen, new and developing renewable energy sources, that with Government investment could be introduced to busy public places, such as train & tube stations, shopping malls, busy streets, etc.

pavegen systems


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Climate Change & Investment

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Q

Quiz Time


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51% of greenhouse gasses we produce are from:

Transport

Live Stock Production

Q


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Correct! 51% of our greenhouse gas emission comes from live stock production

Q

Scenario 2


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Incorrect! It is actually live stock production that produces 51% of our greenhouse gas emissions.

Q

Scenario 2


Q

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All the ovens, microwaves, kettles & other kitchen cooking appliances use up enough electricity in a year to run the UK’s street lighting for 6 years.

✓ True

✘ False


Q

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Correct! All of our small kitchen appliances use the same amount of energy in 1 year as the UK’s street lighting system uses in 6.

✓ Scenario 3


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Incorrect! It was true! All of our small kitchen appliances use the same amount of energy in 1 year as the UK’s street lighting system uses in 6.

Q

✘ Scenario 3


Q

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In how many years entertainment, computers & gadgets will account for almost half of electricity used in a home?

7 years

17 years


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Correct! In 7 years entertainment, computers & gadgets will account for almost half of electricity used in a home.

Q

Scenario 4


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Q

Incorrect! In 7 years entertainment, computers & gadgets will account for almost half of electricity used in a home.

Scenario 4


Q

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How many wind farms does the UK have?

651

362


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Correct! The UK has 362 wind farms in total.

Q

Scenario 5


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Incorrect! The UK actually has 362 wind farms in total.

Q

Scenario 5


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The carbon footprint of the average British household’s clothing is the equivalent as driving from London to:

Bolivia

Indonesia

Q


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Q

Correct! The carbon footprint of the average British household’s clothing is the equivalent as driving from London to Bolivia!


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Q

Incorrect! The carbon footprint of the average British household’s clothing is the equivalent as driving from London to Bolivia!


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