Comenius:Solutions - Social aspects/Sweden/Group 1

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Solutions to the effects of global warming on water management from a social point of view...proposed by

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Solutions in a social point of view

Proposal 1

When the water level is rising people will move closer together and that will create problems. To solve this we have to welcome everybody with open arms and adjust to each other. We have to accept that we’re all different and have different religions and believe. The languages can create more difficulties. Therefore we need to learn each others languages or speak one global language. For example: everybody could learn English because it’s an international language.

Proposal 2

When the flooding and other natural catastrophes will start to happen, many buildings and facilities will get destroyed or collapse. This will result to homelessness. To solve this problem we need to share homes, food and other necessary things.

Proposal 3

The direction change of local currents and winds will create temperature changes all over the world. In worst case scenario it will result in a new ice age. People will then move from one place to another. We need to learn to accept that some places on the earth will get very crowded. And for this reason we need to give each other space and accept different cultures. We all need to give room and food to unfamiliar people without restrictions. For this to be possible the governments need to educate people how to be a good and hostel citizen.



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Social aspects


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Political aspects


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