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    Analysis Of Sharkwater

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    Sharkwater Sharkwater is an interactive documentary that was directed by Rob Stewart. Rob Stewart’s presence is prominent throughout the film. There are scenes of him swimming with sharks, interviewing people, and he narrates the entire film. He travels to Costa Rica and the Galapagos Islands to show us that sharks aren’t the deadly creatures we make them out to be, yet over one hundred billion are killed annually. The thesis of this film is clear when Stewart says how, “the one animal we…

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    Locus Standi Essay

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    Understanding the principles of Locus Standi. Is there any longer need to keep the principle of Locus Standi in the English Law? Under the Civil Procedure Rules, an application for Judicial review will only be admissible if permission or leave for Judicial Review is obtained from the High Court and Locus Standi also known as legal standing is one of the conditions to be satisfied to obtain leave for Judicial Review in English Administrative Law. The recommendation by the Law Commission was…

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    Deer Advertisement

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    The “Deer” advertisement, for World Wildlife Fund (WWF) magazine, shows a picture of a deer covered in waste. The deer stands on top of land filled with trash, that once use to be its home. On the bottom of this advertisement reads the text “Rubbish can be recycled. Nature cannot.” Land pollution includes various types of rubbish we make at home, school, hospitals, markets and workplaces. Items like papers, plastics, cans, even used cars and broken electronic goods and broken furniture are all…

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    Marion Cotillard's Rumors

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    The rumors have been flying for a bit now that Marion Cotillard was having an affair with Brad Pitt. Now that Angelina Jolie has filed for divorce from Brad Pitt the rumors have heated up even more. Us Magazine shared that now that these rumors are coming out Marion Cotillard's boyfriend is speaking out about how crazy he thinks these rumors are and how they aren't true. Guillaume Canet is her boyfriend and also the father of her unborn baby. Guillaume Canet went to his Instagram page to share…

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    Pressure groups that have the support of the media and then most likely the public have a much greater chance of pressurising the government, getting noticed and then getting their views heard and acted upon. This is because the government is accountable to the general public and therefore if the government goes against public opinion on an important issue then it knows that this will have electoral consequences. For example, if the Labour Government had refused to pass the amendment to the…

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    Whaling has been a Native American tradition for over 2,000 years, incidentally the International Whaling Commission and many other nongovernmental organizations are trying to change that tradition. These types of organizations such as Greenpeace, IWC, and NAMMCO, entail transnationalist views. Whereas on the other hand, states like Japan, Norway, and Iceland, have nationalist perceptions. The transnationalist argument against whaling mainly deals with animal rights and also the impact on the…

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    Deforestation of the Amazon The Amazon is a rainforest that covers a crazy 6.7 million km² of land which is 40% of South America. The Amazon is so large that it covers 9 countries; Brazil, Bolivia, Peru, Ecuador, Colombia, Venezuela, Guyana, Suriname and French Guiana! The Amazon Rainforest is a home to approximately 10 million species of animals, plants and insects. Deforestation has become a great issue with the Amazon Rainforest since 1978 and 750,000 km² have been destroyed. Although…

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    Ethoxylate Vs Nonylphenol

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    With the fashion industry being of the major pollutants of the bodies of water, the textile-processing exposes people and the nature to harmful chemicals. In fact, there are 72 emitted toxic elements during textile manufacturing as recognized by the World Bank (Anguelov, 2016). According to Kant, that out of the 72 toxic elements, 42 of these can be under the partial purification process that does not eliminate their toxicity level rather minimize it (as cited in Anguelov, 2016). Obviously, 30…

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    Bright and warm, the setting sun lit up the romance between the couple. Hand in hand, they walk the edge of the beach, barefoot. Her white sheer knee length dress waved in the wind, tinting orange and red from the sunset. They smell the salty aroma from the clear blue waves that slowly push onto the beach. “Ohh! Look!” He said as he ran a few feet in front of his longtime girlfriend. “What?” She called as she ran towards him. “A seashell.” He smiled as he gingerly placed in her hand. She looked…

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    Indigenous tribes all over the world, especially in the Amazon region, deforestation has been a prominent issue. Rapid deforestation started in the Amazon around the 20th century and has increased through the beginning of the current century. Certain regions of forest has been eradicated for farms, dams, natural resources, and for an expansion of the modern world. Consequently, indigenous tribes are being forced from their lands and brutally harmed. Deforestation in the Amazon causes a decrease…

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