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    Planning Device for 5-pargraph Argument Essay Write out the prompt: In your introduction, briefly summarize Rees 's essay (the nature of the ecological crisis and primary solution as he states it) and establish how concerned you are by sharing the result of your eco-footprint test and reading his essay. Your thesis is to argue that you can (OR CANNOT) make a difference on the personal, national, and global level and explain three solutions as examples - these must be new to you. You cannot take both positions! You either can or cannot make a difference! Draw from the materials your instructor has presented in announcement and weekly assignments. ________________________________________________________________________ Paragraph I – INTRODUCTION…

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    Essay On Locavore Diet

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    Have you considered changing your diet? It’s easier said than done- an average college student may have difficulties think about it, taking on a new diet isn’t simple. Although commitment may seem like a hassle, it comes with benefits as well. Not only does a person become healthier but it changes their lifestyle completely. A person’s mood changes on a daily basis, and so does their energy level, which affects how they feel about themselves. The locavore diet is a completely new distinguished…

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    The extent and causes of global warming have become an issue of argumentative political debate in major countries, for instants, China, the United State, India, and Russia who produced most of greenhouse gases (Brander, 2014). The temperature on earth has increase dramatically that caused by greenhouse gas or CO2 emission (Carbon dioxide emission is the greenhouse gas produced by human activities) is a negative externality problem that affects the world. Not only it damaged the atmosphere and…

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    greenhouse gases. Each cow needs land. Each cow needs water. Livestock raised for human consumption take a huge strain on our resources - far more than crops like corn and soybeans. It’s been said that if the whole world were to change their diet to vegetarianism, humanity could end world hunger. The resources we currently use in order to raise livestock could be better be put to use to raise other crops that could substantially feed the entire earth. The demand for livestock negatively…

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    Global Climate Change

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    This paper seeks to identify and evaluate potential implications of global climate change on food security within developing nations. This analysis will also identify and examine key causes of climate change and how it effects the food supply specifically within the Global South, as well as what explains the variation in how global climate change impacts developed versus developing nations. For the purposes of this paper, the terms “developing nations” and “the Global South” will be used…

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    Carbon Footprint Essay

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    In this process of calculating the global warming potential, we compare the amount of heat trapped by a fixed mass of GHG with respect to the heat trapped by the same mass of CO2. This is the process of normalizing the heat trapping capacity of a gas with respect to carbon dioxide equivalent. Generally GWP is calculated for a fixed period of time i.e. 20, 100, and 500 years. For example, the 100year GWP of methane is 21, which means if the same mass of methane and carbon dioxide were introduced…

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    Chris Mooney

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    Chris Mooney’s article “How to Convince Conservative Christians That Global Warming Is Real” is a controversial column. At the time of this article, 2 May 2014, the Christian community’s acceptance of global warming had increased by ten percent since 2008 Pew polls. Mooney’s entire career has been entrenched in and around Christians’ disbelief in science and politics. Mooney began his career at the Center for Inquiry and now is a successful author and journalist. Mooney is presently a…

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    Greenhouse Effect and Global Warming The greenhouse effect is the exchange of incoming and outgoing radiation that warms the earth. This occurs when the suns energy reaches the earth and its reflected back to space and the rest is absorbed. Global 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,…

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    How Does Global Warming Affect Modern Day Society, and How Will It Affect the Future? Global warming is a very important subject, and in recent years it has become very controversial. The rise in the globe’s average temperature has captured center stage at recent economic conventions as an unavoidable issue. World-renowned economists have been pushing the topic of the rising temperatures around the Earth, but have they exaggerated the subject? Global warming is a natural occurring event, but…

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    Rhetorical Description Global warming it is happening what is it and how does it affect them, these are common concerns and questions that come to mind when looking at these posters. While analyzing these two posters, the first thing that is noticeable is one has penguins walking through the desert, and the other has factories and smoke is rolling out of the chimneys. These two posters represent crises that are happening within our climate. What these two posters have in common is, the…

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