2 The word “environment” means simply what is around us The word “environment” means simply what is around us. Some people live in a town environment; for others, their environment is the countryside. But the air we breathe, the soil on which we stand and walk, the water we drink are all part of the environment. The word “ecology” came from the Greek which means “home”. This idea of “home” includes the whole planet of ours. We must protect our planet from littering, air pollution, water pollution, destruction of natural resources.
3 We know that polluted air, land and water are harmful to plants, animals and people. Many territories, lakes, rivers, seas, oceans and the atmosphere are polluted with all kinds of technological, chemical, nuclear and other waists. Awful harm is caused to our home by nuclear tests, atom bombs and accidents on the atomic power stations.
4 There is no ocean or sea which is not used as a dump There is no ocean or sea which is not used as a dump. The Pacific Ocean, especially, has suffered from the nuclear pollution because the French Government tests nuclear weapons there. Many seas are used for dumping industrial and nuclear waste. Britain alone dumps 250,000 tons of industrial waste straight into the North Sea. This poisons and keels fish and sea animals. People can eat “Nuclear-poisoned” fish.
5 GREAT DATES OF ENVIRONMENTS 21 March - Earth’s day22 March - International Water’s Day23 March - International Meteorology’s Day22 APRIL - International Earth’s Day26 APRIL - Memory Of Chernobyl3 May The SUN’ day5 June International Environment’s day4 October – International Animal’ s Day
9 1.Who was the first to introduce the term "ecology"? A)Ch. Darwin B) F. Gekkel C)A. Vavilov
10 2. Which of the animals can stand the coldest temperature 2.Which of the animals can stand the coldest temperature? A)The polar bear B)The goose and the duck C)The seal
11 1 Do not harm plants. 2 Feed birds and help them.3 Clean rivers . 4 Do not litter the ground with cans, paper and bottles.5 Do not pick wild flowers.6 Do not frighten animals. 7 Plant trees and flowers.8 Keep your country tidy.
13 WHAT SPECIES OF BIRDS ARE SHOWN ON THE PICTURES(WRITE THEIR ENGLISH OFFICIAL NAME)?ADD SOME ANOTHER SPECIES.
14 WHAT SPECIES OF ANIMALS ARE SHOWN ON THE PICTURES(WRITE THEIR ENGLISH OFFICIAL NAME)?ADD SOME ANOTHER SPECIES.
15 WHAT SPECIES OF PLANTS ARE SHOWN ON THE PICTURES(WRITE THEIR ENGLISH OFFICIAL NAME)?ADD SOME ANOTHER SPECIES.
16 1. When you leave a room, do you a) turn off all the lights?b) leave one light on?c) never bother to turn off the lights?
17 2. Do youtake short showers (less than 10 minutes)?b) have baths?c) take long showers (more than 10 minutes)?
18 3. Do youa) walk or ride a bike for short journeys?b) take public transport when you can?c) travel everywhere by car?
19 4. Do youa) separate all your rubbish and recycle what you can?b) recycle some of your rubbish?c) never recycle anything?
20 5. When you are outside, do you a) always put your litter in a rubbish bin?b) usually try and find a bin for your litter?c) throw your litter away on the ground wherever you are?
21 National Parks are substantial areas of land, sometimes remote, with wide open spaces large enough to provide the public with opportunities for outdoor recreation. National Parks are designated because of their landscape quality, wildlife and their value as a recreational resource. They are open to everyone and provide opportunities for all to enjoy the landscapes, wildlife and recreation opportunities.