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Nature ~

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Jansher D.

on 9 October 2014

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Transcript of Nature ~

Population vs. Nature
Examples:
Qoute:
Cities VS Nature
Climate
Climate has been a major issue lately do to global warming.
As society continues to pollute the earth with fossil fuel gasses and waste disposal, many insignificant causes to our climate have changed due to all the pollution.
The Adventures of Huckleberry and Finn
World Population: 7.125 billion

Percentage of world inhabitable: 15%

Population growth is stretching natural resources to their limits.

According to the United Nations, the global population could be as high as 11.1 billion people by 2050, or as low as 8.3 billion if the right programs are put in place now.

As population grows, people begin to clear out forests for the growing population.

Deforestation is a
huge
problem for the future population as the world ages further.
Facts:
Cities
Cities are increasing all around the world.
and do to these causes there is a lot of expansion as well

Do to many expansion and city development many natural resources are going to waste and space is being limited
Do to over population in many countries there are
very limited space for people to expand their living situations. the lack of space for individuals result in..
Many individuals to not have safe food or drinking water
Overpopulation, that cause an increase in global warming issues around the world
Lack of energy sources such as wood and oil are becoming more scarce.
Due to population pressures people live in areas that are unsafe

Global warming affect:
The cause of global warming or climate change is do to the release of green house gases such as CO2
As a result many changes in the climate have been affected do to greenhouse gasses such as..
melting ice
rising sea
extreme weather
change in rainfall
CO2 gas poisoning
ect.
Do to space being taken up many forest and land have been destroyed and taken up by humans resting in loss of wild life around the world.
As space is being taken up animal populations are vanishing without a trace, because scientist have reported that from 1970 - 2010 over
52%
Mammals, birds, amphibians, and fish have vanished!
Do to climate change there are a lot of harmful causes that will impact our planet such as...

Food
: It is trickier to grow due to unpredictable climates.

Fresh water
: Water is becoming scare in some regions such as mountains that need to snow fall water to replenish natural life.

Wild Fire
: Wild fires are increasing every year do to high pressure droughts.

And many more!
Nature
Characters:
Population Density:
Huckleberry Finn-

Protagonist and narrator of the novel. Huck is thirteen years old who is forced to learn how to survive on his own.

Jim-
One of Miss Watson's slaves. He is very selfless and intelligent. Jim is who shows Huck that humanity isn't determined by race.

Pap-
This is Huck's father who is a drunken, abusive, dead beat of a man. He shows the lower class of the white society.

The duke and the dauphin-
A con man duo that Jim and Huck helped while they were running out of a river town and takes control of Huck and Jim's raft.


Characters:
Nature in the Book
Uncivilized
Civilized
Tom Sawyer-
Huck's friend who is very imaginative but agrees with society of how the world is viewed.

Widow Douglas and Miss Watson-
These are two wealthy sisters who adopt Huck. They both how high religious and ethical values.

The Grandgerfords-
A wealthy family who takes Huck in when he is separated from Jim. This family shows Huck that violence is a part of any society by the family feud going on between the them and the Shepherdsons.

The Wilks family-
This family is civilized grieving over Peter Wilks death. When Huck comes across this family he faces challenges that question his morals of the very confused young boy.

Silas and Sally Phelps-
This is Tom Sawyer's aunt and uncle who are overall what is considered good people. This shows when they hold Jim in custody as they try to return him to his rightful owner.

Aunt Polly-
This is Tom Sawyer's aunt and guardian who at the end of the novel identifies Huck and Tom.
In this novel, Huck faces a battle within himself of his moral
beliefs and what he was taught by society. When Huck decides
to leave and hide from Pap on Jackson's Island he meets Jim, who has just ran away from Miss. Watson's plantation based on news he overheard. Although Huck doesn't know how to feel towards Jim he decides to go with Jim on a raft in order to stay hidden. During this time they find a body but Jim wouldn't let Huck see the dead man's face. Huck and Jim travel down the Mississippi river. During this adventure the run into many challenges. The worst challenge yet is when the duck and dauphin sell Jim. Huck goes on mission to free Jim and then finds that he is imprisoned in Silas and Sally Phelps who believes he is Tom, while Tom pretends to be his little brother, Sid. Then plan to free Jim in which they succeed but Tom gets shot in the leg, Jim then gives up his freedom to save Tom. Although, at the end of the novel you find out Miss Watson freed Jim in her will when she died two months earlier and Tom planned the entire escape idea as a game, and also that Huck's dad was the body Huck and Jim found when on Jackson's Island. Then Aunt Sally offers to adopt Huck but Huck found more in this adventure. Huck found himself and as a result he decides he was going to set out for the West.
Summary of The Book:

Overall:
Examples
The Widow Douglas she took me for her son, and allowed she would civilize me; but it was rough living in the house all the time, considering how dismal regular and decent the widow was in all her ways; and so when I couldn't stand it no longer I lit out. I got into my old rags and my sugar-hogshead again, and was free and satisfied. (1.2)
The quote explains how Huck wants to belong in the society and doesn't want to not disappoint Miss Watson. He can't help but feel how a civilized life isn't one for him. Although he does his best to adapt he feels as though a part of him is missing.
Quote:
The stars were shining, and the leaves rustled in the woods ever so mournful; and I heard an owl, away off, who-whooing about somebody that was dead, and a whippowill and a dog crying about somebody that was going to die; and the wind was trying to whisper something to me, and I couldn't make out what it was, and so it made the cold shivers run over me. (1.8)
Quote:
In this quote you see how Huck feels and understands the part of the world that remains untouched by humanity. He thrives off the way the air blows or the sounds that surround him. He understands nature, feeling like its his home.
THE END!
Nature in the real world
" We said there warn't no home like a raft, after all. Other places do seem so cramped up and smothery, but a raft don't. You feel mighty free and easy and comfortable on a raft." Pg.155



Quote:
In this quote you see how nature calls to Huck. He was born to be free and lively. Huck isn't a civilized boy, he has a mind of his own. Showing how living alone, in nature is where he belongs.
"Next we slid into the river and had a swim, so as to freshen up and cool off; then we set down on the sandy bottom where the water wa about knee-deep, and watched the daylight come. Not a sound anywheres - perfectly still- just like the whole world was asleep, only sometimes the bullfrogs a-clattering, mabye." Pg. 156
You can feel Huck's passion when he is describing his experience. This is something he would never see in a city or plantation. The calms of the world aren't there when humanity corrupts the beauty. Huck wants to saver the beauty that he loves and cling to it showing he doesn't belong in a society.
As you can see, Civilization can turn a society into selfish, cowardice, arrogant human beings, taking away the beauties of this world. In this novel Huck's adventures find these beauties of nature and mankind. While as time goes on civilization keeps adapting. Although us, as people, have been improving how we treat the planet we still take much advantage of it to this day. In some ways our society will always be the way it is in the novel which shows humanity. All in all, you find that nature is a part of life that gives us so much good, still doesn't receives as much appreciation as the world deserves.

By, Jansher D, Kealey F, Jesse K, Asia
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