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    for living in the conditions? Sixteen of the cities located in China are the targets for immense amounts of pollution, and while there were tasks attained to clear it up, there were no long-term effects. India has found it difficult to clean up their air pollution because they are afraid that it will slow down their economic growth. Environmental issues in the countries of India and China have made a significant role in the Southern and Eastern Asia region by comparing with each other, as well…

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    environment.2” Discussion/Current Research In 1970, Congress created the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and passed the Clean Air Act. This gave the federal government ability to clean up air pollution in the United States of America3. The EPA and states, tribes, local governments, industry, and environmental groups have worked to establish a variety of programs to reduce air pollution levels across America3. Under the Act, EPA and states set emissions limits for motor vehicles and…

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    Introduction Air quality refers to the condition of the air that surrounds us and good quality clean air is essential to the health and well being of humans as well as animal and plant life on this planet. Air pollution, caused either by humans or the natural environment, lowers air quality and in have severe health problems and in high enough concentration can cause death. For example, the World Health Organisation estimated in 2012, 7 million people world wide died prematurely due to the…

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    from the environment - air pollution is a huge concern. In Central Florida, apart from the SunRail and Lynx, most of the community members use cars for their means of transportation. With that, it exposes them to perilous agents in air. In fact, it was stated by the United States Environmental Protection Agency, that exposure to air pollution can cause numerous effects on human health. World Health Organization (WHO) has identified that with the reduction of pollution air levels it would also…

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    The air smells like an airport smoking lounge. Harmful chemicals are entering the body and implanting life threatening diseases. In China, pollution levels are higher than the rest of the world combined. Factories producing toxic carcinogens into the environment is having a huge impact on Chinese citizens. This problem, created by humans, is absolutely necessary to resolve. The pollution will only continue to grow if no action is taken. To start, as the economy grows, the environment continues…

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    Back when I was in the fifth grade. I had three injuries back to back. First I broke my index finger, then ring finger, and finally my right collar bone. The first two where due to sports, but the last one was due to the fact that I was stupid. So pretty much I stayed hurt in fifth grade. I had found it to be so hysterical that all my injuries happened on my right side of my body. Well let me explain how I got them three injuries. Well, I have played baseball from Tee-ball from Babe…

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    My bird blue was not just my pet, but also he was my best friend that I even considered him as my son. On new years eve I went to a pet store having in mind that I was going to buy a dog because since I was a kid I always like dogs, but unfortunately I never got one because of the space that I was living; it was small. As I went inside the pet store, there were noises of all different kind of animals including cats, dogs, rabbits and birds. At first I noticed some cute chihuahuas and other…

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    Free Throw Research Paper

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    remember it. Do not spent so much time on it that you forget why you are even up there, and of course, stay focused, stay confident. Now for the hands, position the ball so that the numbers on it are facing you. Place your dominant hand so that your index finger is lined up slightly below the needle hole on the ball. Space your fingers about a half of an inch apart and place your other hand on the side of the ball so the center of your palm lines up where the lines on the ball meet. Make sure…

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    the years. But, is there really a need to change the laws? How much more can our environment really benefit? According to Numbeo, in 2012 Los Angeles listed 43 worldwide, ranking 76.04 on the pollution index. In mid-2015 Los Angeles dropped to 107 worldwide, ranking 68.01 on the pollution index. In less than three years the pollution in one of the United States major cities has greatly reduced. Easterbrook mentions a reduction in pollution levels in numerous cities across the country.…

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    A book by John Clifton Bogle, founder and former CEO of the Vanguard Mutual Fund Group and one of the greatest investors in the history, titled “Enough”(2009) is a relatively quick and good read in the financial literature genre. Although the book’s jacket is not very attractive— it has no photographs or illustrations, its title, in my opinion, is quite catchy, and attracts ones’ attention. Moreover, the title does encapsulate the main message—that the average investor feeds at the bottom of…

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