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What are the effects of global warming on water management?

Collège Saint Pierre

Group 1 : Kenya's drought

By Claire BADI; Claire CHAVENTON; Lou CURT; Marie JANTET; Amélia VEITCH.

Group 2: Drinkable Water

By Louis Buisset; Rémi Dhumeaux; Gauthier Schira; Quentin Dusseux

Group 3: Underground water

What are the effect of global warming to the underground water. by Lucas Larcher; Antoine Chevalier; Anna Jouvey; Juliette Delerue.

Group 4: How to manage the rising of the sea level

By Orann Weber,Emma Nyffenegger, Clémentine Benoit and Corentin Foraison

Group 5: Consequences of the melting of icebergs

By Quentin Leroy, Marc-Antoine Saint-Pol, Alexis Vignat, Alexandre Gattegno et Manon Pupier.

Group 6: Water Ressources

♦ Our subject is the water ressources in the World, in Europe, in France & in Rhône Alpes (our region) By Clémence, Clémentine, Fleur Amélie, Pauline & Victoire ♦

       Love ♥

Group 7: Water pollution

Group 8: Rising of sea level

Florent Goetgheluck, Houssem Bouarioua, Geoffry Combe, Paul Boyer, Arnaud Gonnet. The rising of sea levels is a major problem that will have consequences in a very close future, that's why we chose to talk about it. The rising of sea levels is brought by the global warming. Global warming is itself brought by pollution. We have some solutions to try to avoid to pollute in the future, even if we don't have lots : everything is said in advertising and TV programmes. We also have the consequences : in a few years, the Maldives risk to disappear, like other towns which are close to the sea : Arcachon, near Bordeaux in France, and -maybe in a far future?-more important cities : Barcelone ... Sea animals might also disappear : in a few years, there won't be any polar bear left if we don't do anything.All these facts will change our earth's future.

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Group 9: Wild life and its reaction to global warming

Caroline Deneuve, Marie Prat, Lucie Villeneuve, Diane Ledroit

The subject we have chosen is about the consequences of global warming on sea animals. We have decided to talk about this because we think that animals are very important for our planet, and if everyone helped a little bit the planet wouldn't be as polluted.

If the water is polluted, it becomes either too cold or too warm for the fish, obliging them to move. After a while, the fish can become sick or too weak to change their environmental place and they might die. Little by little, there will be less fish and therefore less food for others animals and us. So if everybody helped just a little bit, the fish could swim in peace and other animals could eat them, and animals could eat those animals... The things to do for a better and cleaner planet are simple. First, NEVER throw out your waste on the floor. Throw them in the nearest garbage can, and if there aren't any, try to have a plastic bag on you all times so you can leave your things in the bag. Secondly, it's very important not to throw ANYTHING into the sea, doing so could be toxic and even deadly for the sea-life. For example, if you throw a plastic bag into the water, sea turtles which eat jelly fish may mistake the bag for food, eat it, suffocate, and die. Third of all, when you are in the shower, try not to abuse of soap; all of the soap and shampoo you use go into the sea water and pollute it.

Group 10: Water Consumption

Group 11: Consequences on world economy

Group 12: Effect of nuclear power plants on water supplies

Lycée Saint Pierre

Class 1+2

Group 1: Households’ use of water

Members: Thomas Boyer – Charles Scappaticci – Gabrielle Bouvard – Pierre Alexis Mallen

Group 2: The Camargue: a French place of natural wonders

Members: Angélique Bardet– Timothée Brisson – Tristan Baronnet – Pauline Barbarin

Group 3: The lack of drinking water in Africa

Members: Mathilde Gessay – Manon Drane – Charline Detraz – Mélanie Seibert

Group 4: Water and its function

Members: Amirana Chichua – Mathilde Nault – Juliette Nault – Marie Clement

Group 5: Water in everyday life and its cycle

Members: Marie Lager – Nathalie Dumas – Aurélien Deruaz– Pauline Devaux

Group 6: The Lake Leman

Members: Felix Fabre – Maxence Pezon – Stan Guillet – Alexandre Bouillet

Class 4+5

Group 1: The water situation in Benin

Members: Camille Silvestre– Simon Titouan – Adele Buisset – Léo Lapierre

Group 2: Water in Middle East, the case of Turkey

Members: Marie Sanchez– Héloïse Belat – Florence Le Levreur – Juliette Ogez

Group 3: A new sewage treatment in La Feyssine (Lyon)

Members: James Fournier – Alice Rousseau – Adrien Leclerc – Claire Jousset

Group 4: Groundwater, a natural ressource to preserve

Members: Camille Ducret – Sarah Nabyl – Jean-Mathieu Prompt – Camille Bernigaud

Group 5: Titanic water’s icebergs and risks

Members: Axel Falaise – Pierre Golfier – Johanna Rambaud – Lorraine Brun

Group 6: The current drought in Kenya

Members: Adrien Gonin – Paul Matis de Bisschop – Mathieu Duthoit – Pierre Hadrien