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Pollution

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Environmental Issues in China

Economic growth in China is generally considered a positive sign. However, with this increased industry and prosperity comes a caveat. The price of progress is often at the expense of the environment and health issues for the citizens. China has not escaped these caveats. In a recent public poll, the...

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Biofuels Present Reliable Alternative to Fossil Fuels

Oil is called the ‘black gold’ because it is the most lucrative natural resource in the world and almost single-handedly supports the economies of several countries including Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Iran, and Venezuela. Despite the huge economic incentives in finding reliable alternatives to fossil fuels such as oil, the success...

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Carbon Footprint

As our environment is continuously challenged by the impact of carbon emissions and the arguably deleterious effects of global warming, corporations are challenged with a paradoxical scenario---how can they encourage and/or foster sustainability, while still remaining viable from a profit scenario. In reality, sustainability is more than just a goal,...

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Carbon Tax

Humans will die! Have you wondered what the world would be like without the ecosystem? That’s what climate change will lead humans to; oceans are becoming warmer and sea levels are rising. The question that however remains is what are we doing with the knowledge? The responsibility of protecting our...

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Personal Carbon Footprint

A carbon footprint is an assessment of climate change which is a result of the particular activity, for example, creating a product, running a company, or having a specific lifestyle. Carbon footprint is usually measured by calculating the quantity of carbon dioxide emissions that get into the atmosphere. It can...

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Ocean Acidification: Causes and Consequences

“What is Ocean Acidification?” National Ocean Service.The primary objective of the article “what is ocean acidification” by the National Ocean Services is to elaborate what ocean acidification is all about. The first part of the review defines ocean acidification as the uptake of CO2 from the atmosphere which in turn...

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Cap and Trade Vs Carbon Tax

The adverse effects of environmental degradation are not in question anymore due to the numerous researches that have consistently proved that humans are the primary cause of ecological disasters. However, the approaches employed to mitigate the same have instigated debate on the best method to adopt based on cost and...

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Recycling Ferrous Metals: The Same Product with Less Damage to the Environment

Recycling serves an important dual purpose in our world: It is both environmentally conservative, and economically conservative. In the preservation of our environment and ecology, the recycling of metals is critical to sustaining the unsustainable resources for metals. The recycling of ferrous metals, steel, stainless steel, and iron, is advantageous...

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The Hudson River: Toxic PCB Contamination

The Native Americans that lived along its shores called the Hudson River “Muhheakantuck.” This translates to “river that flows both ways‟ as the river does have tides that change throughout the day. Many Native American tribes, including the Lenape and Iroquois, but today’s river was named after Henry Hudson, an...

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CO2 Emissions

It is anticipated that there will be demonstrated increases in the data available concerning CO2 emissions during the past 40 years. This increase reflects changes within certain variables, including the increase in the population and subsequent human activities which increases the amount of CO2 that is released into the atmosphere....

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Ethics of Using Icebreakers

With the increased melting of polar ice, the possibility for more efficient routes through the Arctic is ever increasing. Icebreakers are a key to keeping these routes safe and clear. Nations like Canada, Finland and the Soviet Union are far more prepared than the US to meet the challenges of...

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Human Impacts on the Sustainability of Groundwater

The purpose of this lab is to discover if human development is impacting the sustainability of the Earth’s natural supply of groundwater. Human development has depleted and diminished natural resources in the past and there is reason to believe that this development will impede the replenishment of Earth’s groundwater supplies....

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Sharing the Planet-Trash & Pollution

In the 21st-century, the modern world as we know it seems justifiably to be more and more preoccupied with trash and polluting the Earth. According to the American Heritage Science Dictionary, pollution is defined as the “contamination of air, water or soil by substances that are harmful to living organisms”....

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Smoke from Factories

The smoke emitted from the factories into the atmosphere is harmful to human and animal health and environmental damage. The factories have caused air pollution due to the emission of harmful smoke. The effects of these emissions have caused a worrisome situation due to lack if the installation of filters...

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An Environmental Analysis of Apple

Apple Inc. specializes in the design, production and promotion of mobile communication and media devices which are primarily meant to assist professionals, entrepreneurs and government customers in performing their usual activities more efficiently (Yahoo Finance, 2016). As a multinational organization that operates in multiple markets, Apple is affected by numerous...

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Amazon’s Ecological Concerns

The Debate and the Construction of Dams in the AmazonThe conservation of the Amazon continues to remain a significant environmental concern. The perpetual conflict between environmentalists and the construction of dams show the ongoing challenge of the Amazon. Natives of the land such as the Sawe Moybu people argue that...

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Pollution, Environment, and Health Op-ed

Ocean pollution is a fast-growing, contemporary environmental concern that is threatening the health of Earth’s major water sources and has the potential to affect the health of the average human being, if the problem is not addressed in a swift and diligent manner. Recently, for example, research scientists discovered a...

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Soil Conservation and Carrying Capacity

Soil conservation basically refers to the prevention of soil loss as a result of erosion or even a loss of fertility as a result of salinization, acidification, over-usage, and other contamination of soil by chemicals. Soil conservation also results from unsustainable subsistence farming including slash and burn techniques, which may...

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BMW Environmental Threats

Promotion of the sustainable development has become an important element of any business strategy of most global companies. BMW is not an exception as it values its status of the environmentally-friendly company and shows its desire to keep its position. In order to proceed with the discussion of the environmental...

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Recycling Strategy

The topic of recycling is a popular focus of public and scholarly discussions. Recycling is often emphasized in the context of environmental consciousness and pro-environment efforts. Although the main goal of recycling technique indeed is to protect the environment from further pollution, there are also many social and financial benefits...

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