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    (Nuclear Power Safety Concerns). U.S. based Public Citizen and Greenpeace claim that nuclear power is “slow-developing”, “expensive” and “illogical”. In detail, Greenpeace is an organization that revolves around the betterment of the environment, and help improve world round, global complications. These include deforestation, pollution, climate change etc. Yet, they…

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    The Nuclear Option good or not for humans In this article, Will Ripley, Junko Ogura and James Griffiths discuss the Fukushima: Five years after Japan 's worst nuclear disaster with three parts. As we know on March 11, 2011, an earthquake and tsunami of unprecedented led to major problems at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant. Operating reactors shut down automatically, with control rods inserting into the reactor cores. A 14meter high tsunami triggered by the earthquake disabled all…

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    Aaron Cooke Mrs.Gallos English 3 21 November 2017 Deforestation The definition of deforestation means the cutting down of trees. Several business rely on deforestation for money to pay for themselves. All things on earth rely on trees because without trees we would not have paper, we would have difficulty breathing because they purify the air and keep the air clean, there would be no homes for animals, and the soil would not hold together as well so flooding would be more prevalent during…

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    As mentioned earlier, the McDonalds business model has enabled the corporation to ultimately expand from a single, California location into some 30,000 worldwide locations. However, that is not to say that McDonald’s is free from challenges. Consumers are continuously becoming more health conscious, which frequently puts them at odds with McDonald’s menu items. This message is even driven home by media outlets and non-governmental organizations that have often likened McDonalds to a societal…

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    This type of community-based movement attracted NGOs, such as Greenpeace, as part of a larger international movement that celebrated indigenous ideology as it relates to the natural world. The protest movement began to expand from a locally organized tribal protest group to a much larger international protest movement…

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    Why Honey Bees Affect Agriculture You may see a bee buzzing by, landing on a flower and not even think of the huge effect they have on ‘the world’ around us. Today, I will be talking about how and why honey bees affect Agriculture. The first reason is that honey bees are a big part of pollination everywhere around the world. Providing pollen to farmers' crops and other wild plants. The second reason is that honey bees make honey. Providing food for us and other animals. For example Bears.…

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    life left. No more bees, no more pollination, no more plants, no more animals, no more man.” It is vital that everyone be informed about the problem with the bee population and the need to take action to save the bees. SOS-Bees is a denomination of Greenpeace which, according to their mission statement, is the “leading independent campaigning organization that uses peaceful protest and creative communication to expose global environmental problems and to promote solutions that are essential to a…

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    Similar to Al Gore’s An Inconvenient Truth, Cowspiracy discusses some of the major issues that are not noticed by the general public. By definition, Global Warming is the effect of too much greenhouse gasses inside the Earth’s atmosphere. It has been widely accepted that the causes of global warming include factories, chlorofluorocarbons, and other toxic chemicals from harmful human activities. According to the documentary Cowspiracy, the number one contributor to climate change is actually the…

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    spreading toxins and harm. Humans are the main cause of litter and pollutants in the ocean. There are islands of garbage as big as Texas floating around they are known as the Pacific Trash Vortex. It is an alarming amount of trash. According to Greenpeace research there is an estimated at six kilos of plastic for every kilo of plankton in the region. (The Trash Vortex) As a society we need to accept that this is a serious issue and make some needed lifestyle changes and in some cases sacrifices…

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    Agriculture is the defining characteristics of human civilization. The development of agriculture, technically and technologically, has been a boon for humanity, allowing them to transition from nomadic survival to an urban existence. In the modern day, these advancements proliferate as Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs). These consist of any food genetically modified to resist or tolerate pesticides, insects, or viruses, or to decrease spoilage, produce antibodies, decrease fatty acid…

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