Man and nature

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Man and nature by Mind Map: Man and nature

1. corals

1.1. Great Barrier Reef

2. Natural disasters

2.1. hurricanes

2.2. flood

2.3. earthquake

2.3.1. Haiti 2010

2.3.2. Japan 2011 - Fukushima

2.4. pandemic

2.4.1. Covid - 19

2.5. tsunami

2.5.1. Sri Lanka 2004

2.6. volcanic erruptions

2.6.1. Pompeii

2.6.2. Iceland, Sicilia

2.7. avalanches

2.8. acid rain

2.8.1. destroying monuments

2.8.2. sulphuric acid

2.9. oil spills

2.10. mudslides

2.10.1. deforestation

2.11. nuclear diseaster

2.11.1. 2011 Fukushima

3. Current ecological issues

3.1. pollutions of air, water, soil

3.1.1. smog, CO2

3.1.2. Great Reef Barrier

3.1.3. acid rain

3.2. overpopulation

3.2.1. violation of human rights

3.2.1.1. factories

3.2.1.1.1. low salary

3.2.1.1.2. long working hours

3.2.1.1.3. inhumane conditions

3.2.2. China, India, Africa

3.3. greenhouse effect

3.3.1. greenhouse gas

3.3.2. exhaust fumes

3.3.3. destroying ozone layer

3.3.4. global warming

3.4. deforestation

3.4.1. pesticide

3.4.2. poaching

3.4.3. tropical rain forests

3.5. climate change

3.5.1. forest fires

3.5.1.1. California 2019

3.5.1.2. Australia 2019/2020

3.5.2. carbon footprint

3.5.3. melting glaciers

3.5.3.1. avalanches

3.5.3.2. rising sea leves

3.5.3.2.1. flooding

3.5.3.3. endangering species

3.5.4. lack of seasons

3.6. dumps

3.6.1. illegal dumps

3.6.2. littering

4. Energy sources

4.1. fosil fuels

4.1.1. more used

4.1.2. Nuclear Fission Power

4.1.2.1. Italy, Germany against

4.2. renewable sources

4.2.1. not polluting environment

4.2.2. water

4.2.2.1. Vodné dielo Gabčíkovo

4.2.2.2. Canada, China

4.2.3. Geothermal Power Systems

4.2.3.1. Iceland, Philipines

4.2.4. solar energy

4.2.4.1. solar panels

4.2.5. biomass

4.2.6. wind

4.2.6.1. windmills

4.2.6.1.1. Germany, Denmark, Spain

4.3. sustainable sources

5. Extinction of species

5.1. deforestation

5.2. forest fires

5.3. melting glaciers

5.4. sea pollution

5.4.1. oil spills

5.4.2. endangering

5.4.2.1. animals

5.4.2.2. plants

5.4.3. littering opl

5.5. The Red List of Threatened Species

5.6. Slovakia

5.6.1. Marmot

5.6.2. Chamois

5.6.3. Lynx

6. Ecology awarness in Slovakia

6.1. eco - frindly events/festivals

6.1.1. Dobrý trh, Foodstock

6.1.2. without using plastic

6.1.3. reusable cups

6.2. shared bicycles

6.2.1. Slovnaft bikes

6.3. organizations

6.3.1. Fridays for future

6.3.1.1. school strike for climate

6.3.1.2. internetional movement

6.4. thrift shops

6.4.1. Genesis

6.4.2. Textile house

6.5. eco - friendly campaigns

6.5.1. Lidl

6.5.2. Kaufland

6.5.3. Ikea

6.6. GLN

6.6.1. green school

6.6.2. blue school

7. Solutions and suggestion

7.1. Greta Thunberg

7.1.1. UN conference

7.1.2. encouraging teens

7.1.3. raising awarness

7.2. protecting nature

7.2.1. National Parks

7.2.2. growing plants

7.3. zero waste clothing

7.3.1. reusable cups

7.3.2. reusable straws

7.3.3. reusable makeup remover wipes

7.3.4. thrift shops

7.4. banning single-use plastic

7.5. 3R´s

7.5.1. reuse

7.5.1.1. water bottles

7.5.1.2. plastic bags

7.5.2. recycle

7.5.2.1. yellow bin

7.5.2.1.1. plastic

7.5.2.2. green bin

7.5.2.2.1. glass

7.5.2.3. blue bin

7.5.2.3.1. paper

7.5.2.4. black bin

7.5.2.4.1. general waste

7.5.3. reduce

7.5.3.1. car emmisons

7.6. veganism, vegetarianism

7.6.1. reducing carbon footprint

7.7. eco-friendly transport

7.7.1. using public transport

7.7.1.1. metro

7.7.1.2. buses

7.7.1.3. train

7.7.2. walking

7.7.3. bikes

7.8. organizations

7.8.1. WWF

7.8.2. Greenpeace

7.8.3. UNESCO

7.8.4. national parks

7.8.5. National Geographic

7.8.6. WHO

7.8.7. UN

7.8.7.1. Kyoto Protocol

7.9. renewable energy sources

7.10. reducing carbon footprint

7.10.1. eating at home

7.10.2. sustainable energy

7.10.3. drive less

7.10.4. 5 R's: refuse, reduce, reuse, rot, recycle

7.11. composting

8. Weather

8.1. climate zones

8.2. seasons

8.2.1. spring

8.2.2. summer

8.2.3. autumn

8.2.4. winter

8.3. climate change

8.3.1. temperature rising

8.3.2. lack of seasons

8.4. affects

8.4.1. moods

8.4.2. health

8.4.3. what we wear

9. Carbon footprint

9.1. greenhouse effect

9.1.1. destroying ozone layer

9.1.2. greenhouse gases

9.1.2.1. CH4, CO2

9.1.3. exhaust fumes

9.2. China, US, India

10. Nature

10.1. significance

10.1.1. source of oxygen

10.1.1.1. rainforests

10.1.1.2. photosynthesis

10.1.1.3. plants

10.1.1.4. algae

10.1.2. source of food

10.1.2.1. vegetables

10.1.2.2. fruit

10.1.2.3. meat

10.1.3. activities

10.1.3.1. hiking

10.1.3.2. relaxing

10.1.3.3. cycling

10.1.3.4. snowboarding

10.1.3.5. skiing

10.1.4. home

10.1.4.1. animals

10.1.4.2. plants