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    pollinate 300 million flowers a day, but at the rate bees are dropping, that number will dropped significantly. “Seventy of the top 100 human food crops — which supply about 90 percent of the world’s nutrition — are pollinated by bees” (Save the Bees - Greenpeace USA). The US and UK would save millions if they helped preserve the lives of bees. Chemical companies wouldn’t have to waste product trying to make powerful pesticides that just end up killing rather than helping. The money wasted on…

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    currently in use. This was made evident by the fallout of the triple meltdown at Fukushima Daiichi in Japan (“Nuclear Exodus”). This has led to the resurfacing of arguments and demands of environmental organizations, such as Greenpeace, to stop nuclear power in its entirety. Greenpeace, “is a non-governmental, independent global campaigning organization that acts to change attitudes and behavior, to protect and conserve…

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    reactions, irritation of respiratory, eye, and throat. Also, people with compromised immune system have been cautioned that they may be susceptible to this toxin. (Collins, 2016) Finally, animals tests show that GM foods may cause allergenic reactions. Greenpeace (2011) pointed out that mice is allergenic to GM peas. Also, it made mice more sensitive to other food allergies. Unbalancing Food…

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    In the early 1970, millions of people in the United States began to fill the streets, parks, and cities to celebrate the nation’s first Earth Day. This, as well as passage of the Clean Air act and the Clean Water act had kick started the nation, and the western’s world new movement towards conservation and planet protecting. The start of the movement yielded many excellent laws such as the Marine Mammal Protection act, a law that protected marine mammals. It seemed like there was no end to what…

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    Whistleblowing Essay

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    As an individual who is thinking about whistleblowing, there might be costs which he needs to be introduced that he will incur in future if he/she decides to go ahead with the whistleblowing, professional body should advise the individual regarding the advantages and the disadvantages of whistleblowing. After analysing all the discussion which I stated above I think the professional body should advice the individual to analyse both side of discussion and then let the individual decide if he/she…

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    Samsung Ad Analysis Essay

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    he Samsung Group is a South Korean multinational electronics company. Samsung is the second biggest telecommunication industry in the world, after Apple, through its innovation smartphone. Innovation, or the process of coming up with a new method, has been referred to as one of the crucial success factors in any industry that plans to prosper in the future. Over time Samsung has developed its product line. The mobile phones manufactured by Samsung are made up of 40% recycled material. The…

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    Annie Leonard

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    Annie Leonard is an American environmental activist whose greatest aim is the struggle against excessive consumerism, which afflicts western societies. Her attention, however, is mainly focused on American society. Since 1988 she has worked with Greenpeace, when she set up a campaign to stop international waste dumping and started…

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    The Salmon Crisis

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    By May 2016, Greenpeace calculated that 39,000 tons of salmon washed up near the island of Chiloe in Chile. Six months later the government and the public have yet to reconcile their beliefs on the cause of the incident. According to Soberanes and Perez’ article, “The salmon crisis in Chile’s Chiloe Island,” government officials blame a “red tide” of algae as the main cause of the fish kill, completely independent of government authorization for the salmon industry to dump 9,000 tons of dead…

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    Coral Reef Stakeholders

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    discard the wrong decision taken by the government as in end public is also a stakeholder in Great Barrier Reef because its public tax money which majority spend on the Reef. Jess Panegyre a Greenpeace Australia political adviser said that it was the responsibility of Australian citizen and NGOs like Greenpeace to consider the administration answerable and verify these (coal) activities don't…

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    stockholders and governments if they demand them to clean up throughout the supply chain of the production to have a sustainable system. It's a Sustainable solution because it's taking the thoughts of individuals, profit, and the planet. According to Greenpeace, the fire that was brought on because of deforestation in 2015 added to the seriousness of spending more than 30 billion in repairs. Over 500,000 individuals got respiratory infections and as well as 100,000 deaths. If this implies…

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