#4 Mind Map

Alex Tolgyesi

4 Responses to “#4 Mind Map

  • Allison Stebe
    2 months ago

    Great connections. I really like the concept of a brain map-an eye pleasing way to explore a topic in more depth. I imagine it is helpful to create and view the map as you further conceptualize climate change and the impacts in Vermont.

    Our current fluctuating temperatures are very relevant to your topic…. As you dig deeper into climate change and embark on the What’s The Story journey, do you find yourself thinking about your research and topic beyond the “walls” of What’s The Story? Social Activism is fostered in many ways and this project is just the start of cultivating your story and how you can be an agent of change.

    • I have often thought of ways to possibly impact and eliminate climate change. I often come up with impractical, and dangerous solutions like igniting all major methane sources and leaks. Unfortunately, the sources are usually flammable so igniting the methane would have a lot of collateral damage. I think our only hope is awareness, and prevention. I have looked at other peoples plans, and they do not look too promising.

  • Hi Alex,
    I noticed how you incorporated illustrations into your mind map, that was neat! I also noticed the parts “Possible Causes” and “Possible Solutions” – do you think there are any links between these two?
    – Sydney

    • I think there are. The only plausible way we can prevent global warming right now is too prevent emissions. So the cause and solution relationship will usually look like this. Harmful car emissions—-Start using electric cars, and find a better combustion system.

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