Overpopulation of the Earth

World ocean and its properties
The ocean covers about 70% of the surface of our planet. Thus, it is an aquatic membrane, stretched almost all over the surface of the Earth. The oceans are continuous,…

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Pandemics (mass epidemics)
Pandemic is an epidemic that is massive in nature. That is, an epidemic that can spread across territories of many can hit entire continents.countries that The most famous pandemics -…

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WWF - World Wildlife Fund
The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) is one of the largest independent international public organizations engaged in the conservation and restoration of the environment. Its main goal is to maintain the…

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Environmental organization Greenpeace

Greenpeace (translated as “green world”) is an international environmental organization. It is one of the largest and most famous in the world, and has been protecting the environment for almost half a century (the foundation year of 1971). Greenpeace includes hundreds of thousands of active people, and millions of people around the world support them (and more than 3 million donate). Continue reading

The significance of ecology in our world

Ecology is called science studying the interaction of living organisms among themselves, as well as with the surrounding world. This is necessary in order to minimize the harm done by nature to a person, to learn how to use natural resources rationally, to preserve rare species of animals and plants, and simply to survive. In view of the fact that human activity is very influential on nature, ecology is the straw that can save humanity. Continue reading

Plains of our planet

Plains are areas of the earth’s surface, with a slope of no more than 5 °, and oscillations of heights of no more than 200 meters. This means that the plains do not necessarily have to be even areas of land, as many people think. They can have both flat relief and hilly. And they can be located not only on land, but also on the ocean floor (deep-water plains), on the shelf (shelf), and at the foot of the continents (sloping). Continue reading