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World Wildlife Day
March 3rd, 2021
The word "nature" comes from the Latin word "natura" which means natural. Specifically, nature and life encompass the universe and the natural world and material, referring to all the phenomena that occur in the existing world and where all the species known so far live, that is, life itself.
- They were defined by traditional Chinese philosophy
- They are earth, fire, water, wood, and metal
- These five elements are tangible and presented in nature in their pure form
- They symbolize the changing and complementary character that is present in everything around living things
- It is a robust element, associated with strength, verticality and lushness
- Wood corresponds to spring because of the symbolism of growth and expansion
- Element that makes up more than 70% of the Earth's surface.
- In its different states (solid, liquid or gaseous), water is always present in one way or another in nature
- It is related to abundance, providing nutrition to the trees, and the generation of life through Mother Earth
- The land is also associated with the end of summer
- It is defined as the emission of light and heat induced by a combustion process
- It is associated with summer. It is also linked to destruction, war, and violence
- It covers all metals present on the planet, including copper, brass, aluminum, silver, and gold, among others
- It is linked to structured thinking: intelligence, brilliance, planning, and the organization of ideas
- It symbolizes the fall season
"If you truly love nature, you will find beauty everywhere"
The 5 Kingdoms
In addition to the kingdoms of living things, there are other taxonomic categories within the same classification system, such as domain, phylum, class, order, family, genus, and species.
The 5 Kingdoms
It captures carbon dioxide and stores it
It provides us with food
It is essential for flora and fauna
It provides us with water and air
It is necessary for human health and well-being
Climate change is the greatest environmental threat facing humanity and nature
Climate change has caused the poles to go from losing 81 billion tons of ice per year in the 1990s to losing 475 billion tons per year in the 2010s.
11% of the world's population is vulnerable to the effects of climate change (droughts, heat waves, sea level rise...)
2020 was very close to being the the warmest year ever recorded, 2016, marking the end of the warmest decade on record, while concentrations of CO2 continue to increase.
This was the first major UN conference to address environmental issues at the international level and marked a turning point in environmental policy development
It was held in Geneva and was one of the first major international meetings on climate change
A key international treaty to reduce global warming and help address the consequences of climate change
World's first treaty dedicated to greenhouse gas emission reduction.
The Paris Agreement goes into effect
The first global and legally binding climate agreement. The objective of the agreement is to keep the rise of global temperatures well below two degrees Celsius compared to pre-industrial levels
The emergency declaration is established at a European and global level
Set a more ambitious goal on emissions reduction: 60% by 2030