Rainforest!

Robbie Stewart Howitt
Mind Map by Robbie Stewart Howitt, updated more than 1 year ago
Robbie Stewart Howitt
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Mind Map on Rainforest!, created by Robbie Stewart Howitt on 05/19/2015.

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Rainforest!
  1. Deforestation
    1. Soil is eroded when trees cut down!
      1. Indigenous Peeps don't own land get pushed out!
        1. Loss of biodiversity:Clearing rainforeston a massive scale
          1. Trees Stop absorbing carbon dioxide ,stop giving oxagen
          2. Sustainability(Keep something going for ever)
            1. Fairtrade
              1. Eco Friendly
                1. People Friendly
                  1. Know about destruction
                    1. Think about what u use and eat
                    2. Three main Rainforests
                      1. Indosnesia
                        1. Congo Basin
                          1. Amazon
                          2. Humid(means hot and wet)
                            1. It rains mostly in the Afternoon!
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