WORLD WILDLIFE DAY
Created on September 11, 2023
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Every year on March 3rd we celebrate World Wildlife Day, but do you know everything that that phrase encompasses?
HOW DO WE DEFINENATURE?
Nature is everything that is naturally created on the planet and that is directly related to the different kinds of living things, as well as the climate and geology of the Earth.
The elements of nature
- 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
- 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 a robust element, associated with strength, verticality and lushness
- Wood corresponds to spring because of the symbolism of growth and expansion
- 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 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 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
Vicent Van Gogh
"If you truly love nature, you will find beauty everywhere"
WHAT ARE THEY?
The system of the biological kingdoms is how science classifies living beings based on their place in or relationship to the history of evolution.
The 5 Kingdoms
It is the kingdom of fungi, which includes yeasts, molds and mushroom species. They are multicellular, aerobic, eukaryotic and heterotrophic organisms
The plant kingdom includes trees, plants and other species of vegetation. One of the oldest groups, it's characterized by its immobile, pluricellular and eukaryotic nature
It is divided into 2 large groups, vertebrates and invertebrates. It is also the most biodiverse group, composed of mammals, fish, birds, reptiles, amphibians, and insects, among others
The 5 Kingdoms
It includes prokaryote organisms and is present in all habitats, and is formed by single-celled beings without a defined nucleus
It encompasses those eukaryotic organisms that are not considered animals, plants or fungi, such as protozoa. Being very heterogeneous, it's hard to characterize them
The importance ofnature
Nature and its conservation is essential for the survival of the planet and the human beings that inhabit it. Do you know why?
THE SOUNDSOF NATURE
And now... take a few minutes to get into nature and relax!
WHY IT IS IMPORTANT?
Climate change is the greatest environmental threat facing humanity and nature
of global greenhouse gas emissions caused by humans are the product of deforestation. This is comparable to the emissions from all the cars and trucks on the planet.
United Nations Convention on Climate Change
The 1979 World Climate Conference
The UN Conference on the Human Environment
The European Climate Law
El Parlamento Europeo declara oficialmente la emergencia climática
The Paris Agreement goes into effect
Kyoto Protocol goes into effect