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    What is global Warming? Global Warming is the increase of Earth’s average surface temperature due to the effect of greenhouse gases, such as carbon dioxide from burning fossil fuels or deforestation, which trap heat that wouldn’t stay on the Earth otherwise. This is a really big issue for the planet because it’s said that by the time a baby born today is 80 years old, the world will be 6 and a half degrees warmer than it is now. Main causes of climate change (human) People are constantly adding…

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    Air Pollution In Beijing

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    1. Introduction This report is about air pollution in Beijing .One of the leading death of china, Beijing is caused by air pollution, as we know air is an important source of survivor for everyone. Beijing air pollution is causing a very serious problem to the people. 2. Importance of the issue Beijing, being one of the largest city in China has the worst pollution problems in China. According to Beijing government, Beijing has more than five million motor vehicles with heavy industrial…

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    Abstract PharmaCARE is one of the world’s most successful pharmaceutical companies that produces high-quality products that save millions of lives and enhance the quality of life for millions of others. The purpose of this paper is to examine who are the stakeholders of PharmaCare and their characteristics, human rights issues of the firm, PharmaCare’s environmental initiative and it shows also the analysis of the firm’s activity from various ethical perspectives. It also includes the comparison…

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    Fracking Research Paper

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    For example, at Chevron headquarters, Greenpeace along with other campaigners from some of the hundreds of groups against fracking across the U.S, gathered with signs reading “Fracking is Environmental Rape” during a meeting regarding the expansion of drilling sites. One of the more major nonprofits…

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    Throughout the book, “Dark Money,” the author Jane Mayer articulates in an attitude that could be construed as bias and aggressive towards conservative right wing radicals who try to buy their way through political campaigns and government representatives. Although David Koch ran for president on a libertarian ticket, his loss led him to begin to try and buy influence with the people in office. She digs into the family’s political affairs throughout the span of their generations, since the…

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    Could Deforestation of the Amazon lead to the extinction of Brazil? Brazil is one of the most diverse and multi-cultural countries in the world. It is a beautiful country and is the home to the Amazon Rainforest. In 2016 the world was introduced to Brazil through the world Olympics. Through the Olympics the world was exposed to Brazil’s people, music, and what a rich culture Brazil has to offer. But like every other country Brazil also has its problems, and as you can infer from the title…

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    Animal Rights has been a controversial topic for thousands of years. They date back to the Romans and Greeks in the sixth century BC. The belief for the inalienable rights of animals has been both fought for and fought against by many around the world. Some groups of people are very strong in these beliefs and take major actions to get the attention of society. Regardless of beliefs, animal testing and animal rights are important issues that should be recognized as such. One of the first…

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    1.0 INTRODUCTION Brinkerhoff International Inc, (BII), is a Canadian Oil and Natural Gas company, located in Northern, Calgary, Alberta, and Northeastern British Columbia on the Western Sedimentary Basin, an area with multi-trillion cubic feet (mcf) of proven gas reserves (Barnes, 1994). Brinkerhoff International Inc. owned and operated seven oil and gas drilling rigs, with six of them operational and the seventh was being reactivated (Rig #22). Rig #22 was brought back into operation because…

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    Honey Bee Research Paper

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    The Amazing World of Honey Bees Like most animals, honey bees require proteins, carbohydrates, minerals, fats, vitamins, and water for normal growth and development. Honey contains all of these important things, but honey is made just from the nectar of plants and bee added enzymes. Not only are honey bees known for making honey, but they are also pollinators and without them we would lose a lot of necessary things like plants. Honey bees are extremely important for different reasons; however,…

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    In March 2015, thousands of Hillary Clinton’s emails were leaked publicly. Emails that were written during Clinton’s time as Secretary of State. Regularly you HAVE to use a government issued email for handling governmental issues. However, Mrs. Clinton exclusively used her personal email from her home server. According to Congress Clinton was violating protocol, yet she argued the she stayed obedient and that former secretaries of state had previously maintained their private email accounts as…

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