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    reason why there is obesity. Obesity has become a global problem. Although everyone wants to blame McDonald for this problem it is not. One case in 1990s, that happen with activist London Greenpeace, McDonald was blame for injecting lethal toxins in their foods. The company McDonald was taken to court with Greenpeace. The court said that some of the statements were true and McDonald is an unhealthy place to eat at. It has come down to people who have money that do not really go out to eat but…

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    Regulation CO2 Emission

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    The federal Government should be able to limit and regulate CO2 emission. The EPA should provide more strict regulation on the carbon emission in such on how dangerous it effects the climate and the earth. If we can’t reduce or begin regulating the CO2 we will cause irreversible change to the earth climate. With the ever increasing rise of carbon dioxide we will lead changes of the ocean PH and temperature increase globally the EPA should begin to regulate on how much energy and oil companies…

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    World Hunger Problem

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    The world has a surplus of food, but still people are starving. Supposedly, this surplus is not enough to fed 795 million people in the world who are undernourished. This is the issue of Malnutrition and World Hunger, which creates social disturbance, and economic instability in the developing countries, resulting poverty inclines. World hunger is a chronic problem in most of the developing countries. Hunger is not only a physical circumstance; it is an exhaust on the economic growth, and a…

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    Polar Bear Habitat Loss

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    Seal and polar bear hunting have long since been a popular pastime and cultural practice for Canada’s indigenous populations. However, as outlined by the newspaper article “Greenpeace side sweeps the Inuit,” if not properly controlled, it can also lead these species to even further endangerment (Sopuck R., 2007). When caught, polar bears can often be sold for large sums and can provide a source of income for Indigenous groups (Sopuck R., 2007). While this practice has been a long-held cultural…

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    Introduction McDonalds has a business model that is largely based on selling franchises to franchisees. What this means is a person buys the rights to use the McDonalds name but they are obligated to follow certain rules of operation. However, franchisees do have some control. This relationship has allowed McDonalds to grow into a capital-rich corporation with some 30,000 restaurants located in more than 100 countries. Yet, there is more to the story of McDonald 's than just 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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    Lrad Research Paper

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    First let start by saying what is the (LRAD) The Long Range Acoustic Device? Is a loud microphone or speaker to convey important message to loud noise making indidvuals and the environment. It is not a less lethal weapon. The LRAD get the attention of a crowd or a criminal is about to break the law by disturbing the peach, the LRAD will get the attention of the trouble maker, prevent injury, and save lives. What is it used for; LRAD is mostly used in crowded situation which will include a lot of…

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    The McDonald’s corporation is an ever-so expanding company that is found in 118 different countries and serves sixty-eight million customers each day. It is the world’s largest owner of retail property. McDonald’s was founded in 1948 by Dick and Mac McDonald. The first restaurant was opened in Des Plaines, Illinois and the company’s motto was “Quality, Service, Customers, and value,” in which they still adhere to that motto today. By 1963, McDonald’s had sold one billion hamburgers and their net…

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    away money from renewable sources and used it for only things, He even removed the solar panels that were placed on the white house. Although this happened, it didn’t stop environmental activists from fighting for the environment. During this time, Greenpeace was created and it brought together ecology and anti-war. The organization fought against whaling and killing seals for fur. In 1982, officials banned whaling and the extinction rates for whales went down. Because environmental activism…

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    Environmentalism means concerns about and action aimed at protecting the environment. In numerous regions, Australia's mild zones and waterfront biological systems have been broadly changed, and many wetlands have been ruined. Every single day we contribute to the destruction of the environment. Many products from big name brand such as MacDonald's and Coca-Cola are palm oil users. In 2011, 54 million tons worth of palm oil was used. Many animals have to leave their homes or be killed. We are…

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