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    Water Bottle Recycling

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    which bring facts they’ve researched on water bottles to the readers. Some of it is consistent with what Water Project Inc. provides and it has some facts of its own. It states that the bottles of P.E.T which is produced by fossil fuels such as natural gas and petroleum. The carbon dioxide emission was measured in 2006 to be 2.5 million tons from the production of water bottles. The energy required to make water bottles were measured in 3.4 megajoules per oil barrel and with there being more…

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    the Ebola epidemic broke, Friends of Earth created networks in Liberia and distributed prevention kits and raised awareness about the virus. They’ve also helped stop open cast mining in South Wales, which would have released 16 million tones of greenhouse gases (foe.org). Steps by non-governmental organizations have help create awareness of environmental challenges the world faces. NGO’s took the responsibility of educating the public about the need to save resources and protect the environment.…

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    “By the year 2018, Volkswagen intends to reduce the environmental impact of every vehicle and component it produces by 25% compared to 2010 levels. The company measures the achievement of its target on the basis of five key indicators: energy, water, waste, CO2 and emission of solvent” (Volkswagen Well Built: Production. Retrieved from http://en.volkswagen.com/en/company/responsibility/environmental-responsibility/production.html) Environmental indicator CO2 Emission From the bar charts (see…

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    Zachary Schwadel 301331148 Tutorial D107 November 15, 2017 Word Count: 1162 Is Pollution Exaggerated? Background In the article “The Truth About the Environment”, Bjorn Lomborg challenges the global concern of atmospheric and oceanic pollution by suggesting it is “exaggerated” or simply “transient” due to early industrial revolution. He continues to claim that an increase in economic prosperity and becoming “rich” (defined in this analysis as high GDP per capita in a global context) will reduce…

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    Reflection - 1 The image is a photo of a forest that has been clearly cut down. Earlier, the land was captured by greenery. The remaining parts of the logs clearly suggest that. But now the land is barren and left to its misery. The point at the issue is that deforestation is the biggest threat to the survival of human beings. Mary, Philip, and Sameer are three participants who are basically from New Zealand, Ireland, and India. The first question investigates what does deforestation really…

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    the author Robert Kate discusses how we as the people and the nation must go through seven transformations of energy reducers if we want to help reduce the levels of gas emission from greenhouse gases. By following those seven transformations of energy reducers then we are helping reduce the global warming levels. Robert also goes on to discuss that the people that want to help save and retain the Earth’s figure are also the people…

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    trees not only removes carbon sinks but also tree that are burning and pumping more carbon dioxide into the atmosphere. There are around 20% of global carbon emissions, deforestation is second only to Energy Supply as the biggest contributor to greenhouse gas emissions. With 70% of the Earth’s land animals and plants living in forests, there are many species of flora and fauna are greatly increasing in danger of extinction due…

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    Climate Change Debate

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    It is time for the debate on climate change to end. The scientific community has come to a consensus that global warming is real, but the debate lingers on. Facts about sea level rise, melting polar ice caps, global warming, and climate change are discussed on a regular basis; however, much of the population is still unconcerned about what is happening. There is general confusion and misunderstanding about the subject, even to the point that people may not understand that climate change and…

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    International agreement: Kyoto Protocol The Kyoto Protocol was created in Kyoto, Japan on 11 December 1997 and approved on 16 February 2005 in response to the increasingly alarming rate of global warming. Climate change has always been present even before the Anthropocene era, but has only been more drastic in the recent decades. If the rate of global warming is left unchecked, there will likely be more extreme natural events such as drought, floods, heatwaves, and many more harmful weather.…

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    thing the Democratic candidates, Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders, have both put forth their own plans to combat its effects. Hillary’s plan mainly involves solar power plants providing energy, wanting to build 500 million panels and reduce greenhouse gas emissions over many years. Bernie on the other hand wants to use several sources of clean energy like wind power, improve our electrical infrastructure, and to create a fossil fuel free country. Both candidates’ energy plans are ambitious and…

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