International Day of the Tropics!
Recommended for Middle Grades
The International Day of the Tropics is a celebration of the amazing variety of life in the tropics. The day aims on bringing attention to the unique problems and opportunities that tropical countries face.
It gives people the chance to look at the progress that has been made in the tropics, talk about their experiences and skills in the tropics, and recognise the region’s wealth and potential.
Key facts about Tropics!
- The Tropics is the area of Earth between the tropics of Cancer and Capricorn.
- Even though geography and other factors can affect the weather in tropical areas, the weather is usually warm and doesn’t change much from day to day during the different seasons.
- One of the most noticeable things about the Tropics is that the rain patterns change more as you move away from the equator.
- Most rain falls in the wetter parts of the interior that are closer to the equator.
- The tropical region is facing a number of problems, such as climate change, deforestation, logging, urbanisation, and population changes.
- Even though tropical countries have made a lot of progress, they still have a lot of problems that need to be solved by paying close attention to a wide range of development indicators and data.
- As per the United Nations, by the year 2050, most of the world’s people and about two-thirds of the world’s children will live in this area.
- In the Tropics, where poverty is often worse than in the rest of the world, more people are undernourished than in other parts of the world.
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