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    Introduction Deforestation is essentially the destruction of the forest by human beings. It not just influences the plants and animals living in the forest, as well as the earth and us humans living on it. On top of that, People can 't get by without the forests; the forest purify our air and water, in addition to the Forest ' trees prevent erosion, fires, droughts, and flooding. Forests are home to plants and animals that supply different levels of the world’s food chain and the help of which…

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    atmosphere and oceans. Gases and substances produced by humans are changing the planet and causing severe effects in the stability and development of different forms of life. The changes in climate and weather that are currently known are causing environmental disasters that attack directly our lives and living conditions. Global warming has contributed to the change of seasonal patterns and affected ecosystems through its development. Human activity in the climate system is clear and has…

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    Lead and its Threat to Humans and the Environment Lead is a dangerous metal that damages humans and the environment. Frequent exposure to lead can lead to severe complications in humans and animals. This is a problem because lead was onced was in a vast amount of products used by humans and lead pollution created by industrial work. Lead exposure is a problem because of what lead does to humans, the environment, and the lead proliferation of it. Lead is a threat to humans because of its…

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    between humans and the environment Three specific ways Interaction between humans and the environment has played itself out in the course of United States history are: Native Americans living on the foreign land, colonization in America 13 colonies, and exploitation of the environment. Before America was “discovered” by Columbus, tribes had been living there for hundreds of years, learning from their ancestors and nurturing the land they live on. Native Americans interacted with the environment…

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    There is no doubt that humans have influenced the environment. The evidence of our meddling can be found everywhere from anthropology to mathematics. No society is free of this burden, though some have a distinct impact apart from the whole. The current geological age is the Holocene, the time after the last Ice Age. The geologic period is typically determined by the largest influence on the Earth. Until the 1800’s, human impact on the planet had been relatively low- stable even. Around the time…

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    behind both in human and environment, we simply can’t ignore the instrumental role of antibiotic in the agriculture industry and the United States’ economy as a whole. As pointed out earlier, in the past, Americans people had to pay a lot for meat products, as the meat-producing industry couldn’t keep up with the demands. With the introduction of antibiotics in animal feeds, it allowed farm owners to produce high-quality animals and still keep up with the demands. Just like human, animals also…

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    There is a relationship between physical environment and human interactions. I live upstate New York and travel three day during the week to New York City. At the beginning when I start to travel I find a big difference between the two cities. The upstate New York is more quiet and people are more friendly. In New York City people don’t take time to see what is around them, even though they have everything. First, I live in a small city that everybody knows each others. I have 5 years working…

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    all living organisms on Earth. Since the invention of GMOs, it has been proven that GMOs have negatively affected the Earth. GMOs are harmful to humans, animals, and agriculture / environment. But even so, most producers and scientist still hold a firm stand on the side of GMOs without considering the consequences of their decisions. Sadly,many humans around the world have suffered the consequences of GMOs. GMOs can be connected to 22 diseases. As a matter of fact, there have been studies…

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    upon the conditions of their environment. Their environment is based upon the conditions of the world. Humans are destroying the world. Global Warming is the primary example. The destruction of our atmosphere is primarily caused by humans yet some individuals And scientists don’t accept this responsibility. Humans releasing abundant amounts of CO2 have changed the environment throughout history yet the human society has not taken action to correct this behavior. As humans, we release 12.4…

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    been living on the only planet known to have an environment, planet earth. As we are progressing through the 21st century, the world has changed in innovative ways that human activities have a big impact on the environment we live in. Some people believe that the earth is being harmed by human activities, while other people feel that human activities make the earth a better place to live in. In my opinion, I believe that the earth is being damaged by human activities. There are several…

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