POLLUTION IN MEXICO
CITY
PROBLEMS
•Mexico City's air pollution sent
more than one million people to
hospitals in 1999.
•Despite planting ten milli...
NATURAL
RESOURCES
•Natural
resources occur
naturally
within environments
that exist relatively
undisturbed by
humanity, i...
ECOSYSTEM
MEXICO
• Mexico City is around
The Tropic of Cancer
•Mexico City falls into
temperate and tropical
zones.
• Lan...
We would live
there
•I’d live there because
is very hot and it’s a
lot of beach
Vlad and
Antonio
MEXICO
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Pollution in mexico city science 6ºc

Published on: Mar 4, 2016
Published in: Travel      
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Transcripts - Pollution in mexico city science 6ºc

  • 1. POLLUTION IN MEXICO CITY
  • 2. PROBLEMS •Mexico City's air pollution sent more than one million people to hospitals in 1999. •Despite planting ten million trees air pollution remains one of the most daunting environmental issues facing Mexico City. • More than three million vehicles on the road each day •Over the years, the city has tried or considered drastic measures to clear the air. •The city also has tried some traditional approaches. To curtail smog, it prohibited driving on certain days, keeping vehicles off the road depending on the last number of their license plates.
  • 3. NATURAL RESOURCES •Natural resources occur naturally within environments that exist relatively undisturbed by humanity, in a natural form. •The natural resources in Mexico City are: •Rocks •Deserts •Little forests: like these •A lot of beaches
  • 4. ECOSYSTEM MEXICO • Mexico City is around The Tropic of Cancer •Mexico City falls into temperate and tropical zones. • Land north of the twenty-fourth parallel experiences cooler temperatures during the winter months. •Temperatures here remain high throughout the year, with only a 5 °C (9 °F) difference between winter and summer median temperatures.
  • 5. We would live there •I’d live there because is very hot and it’s a lot of beach Vlad and Antonio
  • 6. MEXICO

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