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Human-caused climate change

Choose one of the arguments against human-caused climate change below (#1-5). Use scientific information
from reliable sources to respond to that argument.

  1. “The last couple of winters have been soooo cold here in the US north east, global warming yeah right!”
  2. “Meterologists can’t even accurately predict the weather tomorrow, how can they predict that climate on
    earth will get warmer in the next few decades”
  3. “There is no scientific consenus regarding human-caused global climate change. If scientists can’t even
    agree, why should we worry?”
  4. “Climate on earth has been warming and cooling long before humans. The climate change we are seeing
    now is just a natural change and has nothing to do with human activities”
  5. “Global climate change is caused by air pollutants that is damaging the ozone layer”

Sample Solution

In respecting the rights of all learners; they are entitlement to be included in decisions regarding their learning experiences; and have all aspects of their well-being developed and supported, as outlined in the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC). For Scotland to be seen as the ‘best place to grow up in’ there needs to be a culture that is positive towards children, where they feel nurtured and welcomed, where they are listened too, their needs are recognised and acted upon, and they are respected and protected, at every age, and be allowed to fulfil their true potential. Scottish Government UNCRC: The foundation of GIRFEC. The GTCS standards state that teachers are committed ‘to the principles of democracy and social justice through fair, transparent, inclusive and sustainable policies and practices in relation to: age, disability, gender and gender identity, race, ethnicity, religion and belief and sexual orientation’ (pg5). Health and well-being is at the forefront of Curriculum for Excellence which aims to ensure mental, physical and social well-being for all learners (Scottish Government 2017). This is a key feature in the Children and Young People (Scotland) Act 2014 passed by the Scottish Parliament in 2014, whereby children’s rights were matched with their health and wellbeing and thereby putting the Getting It Right for Every Child (GIRFEC) policy on a legal traction (I’Anson 2018). GIRFEC is multi profession approach of health, education, social care and voluntary organisations, that sets the stage for achieving a positive culture for the children of Scotland by valuing the rights of children set out in the UNCRC (Scottish Government 2013b). GIRFEC classifies eight inter-connected indicators of Well-being for children using the acronym SHANARRI; safe, healthy, achieving, nurtured, active, respected, responsible and included. By using these indicators the practice model aims to achieve the best possible outcome for children at the same time as respecting their rights (Scottish Government 2013b). UNICEF (2014) in an executive summary on the issue of discrimination against children and parents based on sexual orientation and/or gender identity state “no person – child or adult- should suffer abuse, discrimination, exploitation, marginalization or violence of any kind for any reason, including

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