A massive thanks to the senior students and staff of Aldridge State High School, Mountain Creek State High School, Chancellor State College and Siena Catholic College who came along to USC's Geography Day today.
Miguel and Renee Currenti had lots of fun sharing our experiences and encouraging the students to get involved in everything Geography-related. We talked about the impacts us humans are having on the environment and discussed ways that we can lessen our burden on the earth. Even though we could see logic to Thanos' desire to wipe out half the world's population to be able to live within the Earth's carrying capacity, we agreed there are better ways to manage things. We can lessen our burden on the earth by making some changes to our lives and lifestyles. We shared the work of Oisca Fiji and the Naidiri Youth Group and their efforts to conserve and rehabilitate their reef ecosystem through coral planting.
Would you survive Thanos and his planned mass extinction event? Find out here.Good luck!
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Miguel Van Der Velden working as an intern for the UN Environment in Geneva
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