In history we are focusing on global warming and climate change, more specifically, solving it. My topic is developing countries and climate change. We also work on an ethnobotany journal every Wednesday, which is basically where you get assigned a plant, write a description of it, and draw it. We just finished doing any plant in the universe project, which was meant to let us be creative and choose our favorite or most interesting plant we can find to put in the ethnobotany journal. I chose the Welwitschia mirabilis, a plant that has a unique reproductive system and the roots die but still grow for its 1,500 year lifespan.
In response to our study of climate change I sought to answer the question, “How can developed countries help fix global warming for undeveloped countries?“ and created a presentation that talked about the problems and solutions regarding climate change in developing countries. I am most proud of my project idea for the climate change project because it was original, nobody else in class was doing the same topic as me, and I was really interested in it. Well, according to the anonymous peer feedback I need to do a little more research to talk about the specifics of my topics and that I should have projected a little more louder.