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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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    Air Pollution In China

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    Think about what it is like to live in a world where you can get sick from just breathing air, the air that you breathe every single day since the day you were born. Imagine one day having to walk outside wearing a mask for the rest of your life to make sure you don 't get sick. Even worse, imagine looking out of your window and not seeing any form of life. Everything has died due to air pollution and acid rain. This paper is here to talk about an issue that is becoming a huge problem around…

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    economic issues. This is due to the fact that celebrity humanitarians use media attention to promote specific charities, thus other less glamorous causes are ignored. Rojek (2012), has also questioned celebrity involvement in charities, such as Greenpeace and UNICEF. He holds the view that celebrity participation in philanthropic aid programmes is actually a media marketing strategy to promote and extend celebrity endorsements. So, in order for celebrities to enhance their public image they…

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    angry and use them. That is not something that should happen but could happen if there is not a decrease or elimination of all atomic weapons. Around the world, there are approximately over 30,000 atomic weapons in the hands of different countries. (Greenpeace) Unless we get rid of the weapons, there is always a chance that they will be used. Furthermore, the use of nuclear weapons can and will harm the environment. Atomic weapons are the one creation that can destroy life on Earth. According…

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    Honeybee Research Paper

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    attention of many scientific reporters attempting to publicize the situation to the public to adopt a ‘Bee Plan’ in order to create a safer environment not only for the honeybee but for butterflies, Bats, and many more pollinating animals out there. (Greenpeace, 2016) Despite the lack of statistical information on total populations of bee breeds, many beekeepers have their own assessment and conclusion on the decline of their bee boxes. While every year a bee hive will knowingly loose 10-15% of…

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    The earth’s climate is changing all the time. There are ice ages and heatwaves. At the moment we are going through another climate change. A statement from Barack Obama at the 2014th United Nations Climate Summit says, “There’s one issue that will define the contours of this century more dramatically than any other, and that is the urgent threat of a changing climate” (Fox News, 2014). This shows that climate change is a real thing and people did not just come up with it. Global warming is the…

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    This group believes that genetic modification could possibly be a threat to not only humans but also to environmental health. According to Greenpeace International, “Biological diversity must be protected and respected as the global heritage of humankind, and one of our world 's fundamental keys to survival.” (2) The unknown dangers and possible outcomes of altering human DNA is often unsettling…

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    Eco-Imperialism is about the effect superficial corporate social responsibility has on the world. It is about the failures of companies and environmentalists in caring for Third World countries. Eco-Imperialism begins with the evolution of British Petroleum that led to the renaming Beyond Petroleum. Driessen unveils the marketing campaign’s manipulation of words, ads, and smart one-liners. The marketing campaign greenwashed the company, making the public believe that BP was more environmentally…

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    Chernobyl

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    It is unbelievable how many people can be killed by a small decision made by a government. In two articles, Chernobyl: before, during, and after by Cindy Rush, and Chernobyl Remains a Dead Zone by Lawrence Gable focuses on what happened in Chernobyl. On April 26, 1986 the Chernobyl nuclear power plant blew up. Leaving the surrounding area in ashes and spreading nuclear radiation across Europe, causing several deaths and chronic diseases. With the government’s ignorance, deaths of the people who…

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    Engulfed by the surge of deep ocean waves, the immense mass of the blue whale entangled in the sea fought the swell of humanity’s ignorance. Little did this whale know, it was the elemental block that held up the fight over environmental protection. Little did that blue whale know, it paved the fundaments for disobedience in opposition to injustice. Any positive change brought through by legislation of a governmental action could be traced back to a version of domestic protest. As a result, it…

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