The Desert Sea (Article from Protecting the environment week 2)

Aral sea This article is about the tragedy of the Aral sea in Kazakstan, the article will explain what has happened and why. Ever since clothing companies started to use cotton and dyes for their clothing, it has played a major role in pollution and diseases. In 1960 the Aral sea was the fourth largest lake in the world but now it has drastically been diminished and is barren, but the theres still a small percentage of the lake left. The lake had provided for the people that lived there, The clothing companies in Uzbekistan had diverted the river that led to the Aral sea to use for cotton. Removing the main water source for people in order to produce cotton. The people that once relied on th

School News - 4th of June

This week in pictures Freedom Equine Freedom Equine Is a farm, therapy place and you can connect with animals we visited the centre for 5 weeks. We fed the chickens, met the horses, rode the horses, fed the goats and looked at kittens. My favourite part is riding the horses around the centre. PROTECTING THE ENVIRONMENT - Week 1 This term we are looking at protecting the environment. This week we have been looking at climate change. One of the consequences for animals, I chose polar bears because they are in danger because the weather is changing and the Earth’s temperature has gone up by 5 degrees in the last 5 years. Their homes are also at risk because there is rain that is flooding the s
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