• Question: How will global warming affect ireland??

    Asked by 787envp29 to William, Roberto, Karen, Jasmine, Chinna on 12 Nov 2018.
    • Photo: Karen O'Neill

      Karen O'Neill answered on 12 Nov 2018:


      I think the thing we’ll see most soon is bigger storms and floods like the big storms we saw last year, we will probably have drier hotter summers and winters with lots of storms, this will affect how farmers work with their food growth and animals!

    • Photo: William McCarthy

      William McCarthy answered on 12 Nov 2018:


      So as we have seen recently we will get bigger weather events, hotter summers etc đŸ™‚ in the future we will see rising sea levels which will affect many irish cities and towns as they are usually built next to rivers on flat land called flood plains which are prone to flooding

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