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    at different locations and at different times of the day, which allowed, after analysis, the preliminary identification of noise patterns and their causes. High levels of noise were noticed compared to the regulations of both the Ministry of the Environment (MOE)…

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    http://doi.org/10.1146/annurev.publhealth.012809.103720 Nieuwenhuijsen, M., Paustenbach, D., & Duarte-Davidson, R. (2006). New developments in exposure assessment: the impact on the practice of health risk assessment and epidemiological studies. Environment International, 32(8),…

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    1. Brulle, R. J., & Pellow, D. N. (2006). Environmental Justice: Human health and Environmental inequalities. Annual Review of Public Health, 27, 103-124. doi:10.1146/annurev.publhealth.27.021405.102124 In this article it analyzes the health and environmental disparities between different ethnicities and socioeconomic groups in the United States. It sheds light to not only the increasing gap between those with higher socioeconomic status to those of colour, but also the relationship to…

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    Firstly, MFM may meet business risk as the Group is principally involved in activities within the food manufacturing and livestock industries. The business risk can be refers to the possibility that a company will face lower anticipated profit or experience losses rather than making profit. As Malayan Flour Mills Berhad has involved its business in two different industries, there must be a business risk that will face by the company in term of government policies, rules and regulations Business…

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    Asthma Literature Review

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    First, we reviewed several literatures and found that asthma is a growing public health problem in the United States. At the time of the study, the disease was estimated to affect 39.5 million people of which 10.5 million are children age less than 18 years old (CDC, 2011). The highest prevalence was among Black Non-Hispanics (10.5%), Hispanics (10.2%), and Whites (7.9%). Other subgroups with high prevalence rates were children ages 0-15 with a prevalence of (9.4%), American Indians/ Alaska…

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    overcome this issue through the implementation of pedagogical practices, such as place-based education, to engage diverse student groups. Place-based education is an interdisciplinary approach to EE which puts an emphasis on learning about the local environment. However, it is unclear if that is enough. In the literature review that follows I will discuss three articles which attempt to answer…

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    Wgu Environmental Impact

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    or five best states in terms of efficiency, one might infer that uneven implementation and enforcement would pose more risk to politically vulnerable communities at a more local level. The inherent politics of scientifically characterizing risk to human health In terms of characterizing risk, we might ask, Which communities do oil refineries especially…

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    Love Canal

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    In 1980, federal legislation known as the Superfund Law (Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act, or CERCLA) was created to help manage severe the environment contaminations, such as the Love Canal tragedy.(Justice, 2015; United States Environmental Protection Agency, 2016) In September 1983, the EPA listed the Love Canal on the Superfund Program’s National Priorities List and began to work with state…

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    Introduction The purpose of this paper is to examine and demonstrate the historical progression of environmental movements in North America. This paper will compare literary works of Ursula Heise and and other authors as they discuss the advancement of environmentalism as a social movement and an establishment of contemporary vocabulary. It will also analyze artists ' reactions to the changing world in form of song lyrics and the way the music was presented to the public. First, I will discuss…

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    around how humans have impacted the Earth’s climate. “Changing Climate” examines climate change research, ocean circulation, hurricane research, and geology and climate. This article uses past and present research to validate the importance of these issues to create a well written exploration of human’s effect on the climate. Despite the fact that there is not a lot of data about what Earth’s environment was like before the early 1900’s, Sumner makes a compelling argument about how humans…

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