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The Amazon rainforest covers nearly two-thirds of Brazil. 3 Wikimedia Commons
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An aerial view of deforestation in the Amazon 11 Wikimedia Commons
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1 A Christian Aid secondary Harvest assembly WIND OF CHANGE.
Imagine that you are a superhero with ONE special power. What is your superhero name? What is your special power? We have just learned about the horrible.
R ainforests once covered 14% of the earth's land surface; now they cover only 6%.
What is the picture of?. How have humans affected the Amazon?
The people of the Amazon rainforest Acces to opportunity Brazil.
100 years is a very long time… A Christian Aid primary assembly.
Golden goals A Christian Aid Secondary Assembly. Wikimedia Commons Celebrating achievements.
Latin American Environmental Issues Air Pollution in Mexico City, Deforestation of the Amazon Rainforest in Brazil, and Oil Related Pollution in Venezuela.
Brazilian Rainforest Conference Introduction. In this slide, we see a map of the Amazon Rainforest.
Why are Rainforests being Destroyed in Brazil Why are Rainforests being Destroyed in Brazil? Scott Ishida Zachary Rusk Per. 3 Scott Ishida Zachary Rusk.
By Rory Paul. The Amazon rainforest is the largest tropical rainforest in the world, covering over five and a half a million square kilometres. and is.
WHAT IMPACTS DO HUMANS HAVE ON THE RAINFOREST?. DEFORESTATION Deforestation refers to the cutting, clearing, and removal of the rainforest DID YOU KNOW...?
What is Deforestation? DDDDeforestation is the taking down of forests. It doesn’t matter where, or what type, it just matters that it’s a rainforest.
Forests Forest animals Woodland animals Into the woods The tallest species of trees in the world include the Coast Redwood, Giant Sequoia, Coast Douglas.
Interpreting Images with GeoDMA Thales Sehn Korting – Leila Fonseca – Gilberto Câmara –
Latin America: Population. How does a growing population affect the world? Jobs Education Environment.
Brazil. Where is Brazil? Brazil is home to at least 103,870 animal species and between 43,000 and 49,000 plant species. Each year about 700 new animal.
Rainforests Picture a world without oxygen, water or medicine.
There is a separate set of photos on the following slides (taken in Wales and the Amazon Rainforest) that can be picked up and grouped for a variety of.
The Amazon Rain Forest By Tudor Morris. Where is the Amazon rain forest? Over half of the Amazon rainforest is located in Brazil but it is also located.
Interesting Information By: Saleema Class:5/6K.
1 An assembly for secondary schools Sensational singing.
Rainforsts By Natasha and Ben. contents 1 Fact about Rainforests 2 Picture 3 More fact about Rainforests 4 Question 5 Question.
Can you name the environmental problems described by the pictures? Key vocabulary 1 of 2.
Amazon Rainforest By: Claire, Alanna, Sarah. Settlers The settlers came to the rainforest in the 1960s, Because the Brazilian government wanted poor people.
BY MEGAN AND EEBIE MAY The Amazon Rainforest Click on play to view video.
AMAZON RAIN FOREST I CAN teach the class about one of the groups that has an interest in the preservation or use of the resources of the Amazon rainforest.
Amazon Rainforest Our rain forests around the world are being destroyed at a rate of 36 football fields deforested each minute.
The Amazon. What is a Rainforest? A tropical rainforest is a forest that has many trees, a very warm climate and plenty of different wild life! Rainforests.
Lesson six: What is life like in Brazil?. Tourist Guides Source:
A question of tropical rainforests. Back.
Kayapo people. Who are the Kayapo people? The Kayapo people are an indigenous tribe that live in the Amazon Rainforest. There are approximately 9,000.
Extinction We are losing Earth's greatest biological treasures just as we are beginning to appreciate their true value. Rainforests once.
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The Amazon Rainforest is the largest tropical rainforest on earth. It has seasonal forests, rainforests, deciduous & flooded forests and savannas, all.
Introduction That’s the amazon river!! Causes of deforestation The main sources of deforestation in the amazon forest is mostly caused by human settlement.
Brazil World Studies. Why study Brazil? 5 th largest country in the world, both in terms of population (192 million) and land area. Fastest growing economy.
Lighting the way… 1 A Christian Aid assembly for secondary schools.
1 A Christian Aid secondary assembly Send my sister to school.
Tyffany Ross English February 2013 EAT LESS MEAT: THE FINDINGS OF A FORMER MEATASAURUS.
Brazil By: Takeba Dowden, Jasmine Brooks, Ericka Anthony, and Doinicia Griffin.
All about the Amazon Animals Location RiverThreats Tribes.
Rainforests around the world Rainforests layers Tallest trees of the rainforest, over 20 ft, with the most sunlight Primary layer, home to many animals.
A future free from fossil fuels? 1 A Christian Aid secondary assembly.
Aaron O’Dwyer/Robinson; St Bridget’s National School, 2013.
Amazon Rainforest By Adam A tour through one of the most beautiful and exciting places in the world!
Reducing a Set Covering Matrix. S I T E S Cost Areas
Deforestation DAVID MYERS KEVIN HERNADEZ. What is Deforestation Deforestation is the destruction of natural forest to serve another purpose Increase of.
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