Enviornmental Timeline Project

  • Bernardo Razzimazi

    He was a Italian doctor. He wrote a book called Diseases of workers in Italia. It was about hoe the exposure of chemicals, dust or metals could harm the workers
  • Industrial Revolution

    They were changes in agriculture, manufacturing, mining, transportation, and technology. It began in the United kingdom, then spread throughout western Europe, North America, and Japan.
  • Agriculture Revolution

    ) the initial transition from hunting and gathering to settled agriculture. The Neolthic revolution was the first historically verifiable revolution in agriculture.
  • Thomas Malthus

    Malthus has became widely known for his theories about population and its increase or decrease in response to various factors. Malthus believed one could not change human nature.
  • General Motors

    )(1923)- Its headquarters are in Detroit, Michigan, and it’s the largest automaker by vehicle in the U.S. The GM does business in some 157 countries.
  • Civilian conservation Corps

    It was a public relief work program in the United States for unemployed, unmarried men from relief families, ages 17–23. volunteers planted nearly 3 billion trees to help reforest America, constructed more than 800 parks nationwide and upgraded most state parks, updated forest fire fighting methods, and built a network of service buildings and public roadways in remote areas.
  • World WarII

    there were m ore than 100 million people serving in military units. The allies had a total victory in 1945 over the axis powers.
  • Tragedy of the Commons

    There were multiple individuals being selfish , ultimately it depleted a shared limited resource. A strategic factor of this is the order in which people take harvests from the resource.
  • Rainbow Warrior

    )- it was a ship that was against seal hunting, whaling and nuclear weapons. She was sunk in a harbor in New Zealand by a very smart French operatives (DGSE).
  • Chernobyl

    The soviets were the victims of this accident in Ukraine. It was an explosion that released large amounts of radioactive fumes into earths atmosphere.
  • Exxon Valdez

    The tanker is 301 meters long, 50 meters wide. This ship can carry 1.48 million gallons of gas.
  • Persian Gulf War

    was a war waged by a UN-authorized coalition force from 34 nations led by the United States, against Iraq in response to Iraq's invasion and annexation of Kuwait. A total of 74 Israelis died as a result of the Iraqi attacks and also 230 or so injured.
  • Chinas three gorges dam

    completed in 2012. The three gorges dam is the largest power station in the world. The dam is intended to increase the Yangtze River's shipping capacity and reduce the potential of floods downstream by providing flood storage space.
  • Spanish watse water spill

    the dam of the mining residual tank of a pyrite mine in Aznalcollar, Spain suffered a rupture, releasing sludge and contaminated wastewater. The river pollution caused cultivation lands and forests to be affected
  • An inconvenient truth

    )- a documentary film about former vice president Al Gores campaign to educate citizens about global warming. It was a critical and box office success.
  • BP Gulf oil spill

    It is the largest accidental marine oil spill in the history of the petroleum industry. The explosion killed 11 men working on the platform and injured 17 others.