Global Warming Model
This is an interactive model that represents how Global Warming occurs, which factors are responsible for CO2 emission and how CO2 traps heat and increases the earth’s temperature.
Components and features of the two cities:
|Sl No||Components for Clean City||Components for Polluted City|
|1||Houses with rooftop solar||Traditional houses with grid electricity|
|2||Green forest zone||Forest zone but look like deforestation|
|3||Wind turbine and solar grid produce electricity||Power plants produce electricity and emitted CO2|
|4||Electric Vehicles are running on the road without smoke||Fuel burning vehicles are running on the road with smokes|
|5||Environment friendly Brickfield (Tunnel kilns)||Traditional Brickfield kilns emitted CO2|
|6||Irrigated crop field by solar||Irrigated crop field by fuel or electricity|
|7||Biogas cooking system||Traditional Fuel cooking system|
|8||Solar Industries||Electric industries|
|9||Solar Street light in the roadside||Electric Light on the roadside|
|10||Environment-friendly Waste Management using bin||Traditional Waste Management without using bin|
The Polluted City is emitting CO2 and smoke through the power plant, brickfield and vehicles. On the other hand, Green city didn’t emitted CO2. On each city, the temperature will be measured with an indoor thermometer. After about some time, a clear temperature rise (over 1°C) can be observed.