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    teamwork in order to precede and have a sophisticated result. These are a lot of ways to prevent or lower this phenomena, the first thing to do is reduce, reuse, recycle by recycle your reducing half of you household waste you can save 2,400 pound of carbon dioxide annually. The second thing is useless heat and air conditioning and tries your best to Use Less Heat and Air Conditioning.” She mentioned a lot of ways but these were the most important things we should do to help our…

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    Warming is the gradual heating of earths surface, oceans and atmosphere. What causes greenhouse effect and global warming, is it harmful to humans, and what can we do to help it, can it be reversed? Greenhouse gases are natural gases, like methane, carbon dioxide, and water vapor. Water vapor is the most abundant greenhouse gas. As temperatures raise water is evaporated from rivers, oceans, reservoirs, and soil. In result air is warmer and humidity is higher holding more water. In the…

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    bioenergy and carbon capture and storage (BECCS), and of climate geoengineering (Creutzig et al. 2015; Irvine et al. 2010). Geoengineering applications of albedo enhancing solar radiation (for example: low – stratosphere cloud brightening) and sulhpur oxide injection is not notably popular or predominant in science-policy dialogue due to low government funding and negative ecological effects attributed to most initiatives (Crutzen 2006; Irvine et al. 2010). Bioengineering and carbon capture…

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    Causes and Effects of Global Warming According to a study done by National Wildlife Federation, “The current pace of global average temperature rise puts approximately 25 to 35 percent of plant and animal species at increased risk of extinction.” This poses a huge threat to humans, as the majority of oxygen is derived from plants. Furthermore, without the influence of various predatory animal species, the populations of prey would skyrocket. Global warming has recently developed into one of…

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    GEOTHERMAL ENERGY 1.1 INTRODUCTION AND DEFINITION Geothermal energy is the utilization of heat present in the deep earth for the purpose of power generation or other direct use application. In general terms, geothermal energy consists of the thermal energy present in the Earth’s crust. Thermal energy in the earth is distributed between the constituent host rock and the natural fluid that is contained in its fractures and pores at temperatures above ambient levels. Globally, the most commonly…

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    Heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems in commercial buildings are responsible for consuming more than 40 percent of the total energy usage. Keeping it running properly and at peak efficiency is one of the important steps in energy management. A good system maintenance is more than just controlling energy usage. Besides people comfort, today's buildings depend on HVAC systems for other important reasons too. For example, most telecommunication systems need specific…

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    4.3.6 Distance to the nearest market This variable was found to adversely affect supply of livestock to the market. As hypothesized, increased number of kilo meters to the market center led to the decrease of supplied volume of livestock to the market. Therefore, this variable negatively influenced the supply side of live animal to the market. It further reveal that, farmers who resided far away from lare town treat livestock similar to saving accounts and typically only supplied less number of…

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    Solar Energy Dependence

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    What is the planet friendly solution to our dependence on fossil fuel? Our solution to the dependence on fossil fuel is solar energy. Solar energy is the primary source of power for humans to use thousands of years and appears every day for free. Indians used the sun to dry hides, herbs, and meats for storage. Prior to the invention of the clothes dryer, people used a line pulled tight between two poles or structures to hang clothes on for the sun to dry. In more recent times, people use…

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    Bilal Bourouf 260500473 Assignment 2 Geog200 My essay on Kyoto protocol Introduction: Greenhouse gases are primarily made of water vapor and other elements such as carbon dioxide, methane and nitrous oxide [1]. This gas is emitted mostly by energy plants, transportation vehicles and deforestation. In a huge amount, it acts like a thermal blanket for the Earth conserving the heat which leads to important environmental problems such as global warming [2]. These gases are generated by all…

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    Introduction Ozone depletion has been regarded as one of the global environmental issues for several decades. It is defined by Martens (1) as the situation that the amount of stratosphere ozone layer is decreasing and being damaged. The major reason is that the ozone in the stratosphere protects us from the harmful ultraviolet radiation and absorbs heat from the infra-red radiation. Reducing the amount of ozone probably causes irreversible and permanent damages to human and environment,…

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