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  • Pollution Is Contaminating The World

    Pollution, is the introduction of contaminants into the natural environment that cause adverse change. There are many ways that pollution is contaminating the world including, Air Pollution, Soil Pollution, and Water Pollution. Within those three, there are many issues that are arising that need to have immediate action taking place. Water pollution is killing many animals, which is leading to endangered species. Soil contamination is damaging crops, which is causing soil erosion. Lastly, air…

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  • How Does Recycling Affect The Economy

    creating exciting new markets and completing a loop,” says Kate Warner (Shulman). Recycling is a practice familiar to mankind since 400 B.C, though the word itself can trace its origin back to 1922 in regards to industrial processes and in 1960 for the reuse of waste material. Recycling has been a common practice in the efforts to help the economy as seen during war and post-war eras with the gathering of scrap metals, paper, bottles and so forth. Over the decades, recycling has grown thanks to…

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  • Analysis Of The New Belgium Brewing Company

    Brewing Company Inc., 2011). New Belgium Brewing Co. recognizes that water is an important regional issue, since clean water is a threatened resource. Since the company feels very strongly about the conservation of water, they have found ways to reuse water in their brewing processes. In 2014, the company reduced the amount of water in their beer to 3.96 liters for every 1 liter of beer (New Belgium Brewing Company Inc., 2011). However, the company is still not satisfied with their water usage.…

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  • Barriers To Reverse Logistics Management: The Challenges Of Rl Processs

    implement and efficiently manage RL processes. RL nonexistent or poorly developed. Growing understanding of the need for RL from control , warranty claim and environmental perspective. 3. Competence Stage: Organisations are well equipped to efficiently and effectively manage their RL processes. They have RL capabilities for traditional repairs and good controls on returns. 4. Development Stage: Organisations begin to widen the scope of their RL capabilities and move ahead for becoming experts in…

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  • Global Warming: What Is It Real?

    Global warming has become a vast problem in current times. Environmental issues need to be addressed and things need to be done in order to make the world a more inhabitable place. Pollution and global warming affect not only us as humans, but also everything around us. It is important to think of the environment and how to keep it clean. We do live on this earth after all. There is much debate on whether or not global warming is real, but the evidence is overwhelming. According the NASA, the…

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  • Eating Meat Research Paper

    These days, people began to think that eating meat have negative effects on their life. Some countries such as Denmark and Germany consider introducing meat-tax, which is the policy of imposing tax on meat to reduce its consumption (Carrington). Also, China’s government announced the policy to cut the amount of meat citizens eat (Milman and Leavenworth). However, although such recognition is spread, people eat more and more meat, and the amount of the production has also been growing. Compared…

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  • Fair Trade Essay

    The Unfair Trade Of Clothing: A Brief Clothing Study Joy, M, Ringold University Of The People Define Fair trade: "A movement whose goal is to help producers in developing countries to get a fair price for their products as to help reduce poverty, provide for the ethical treatment of workers and farmers and promote environmentally sustainable practices" (Merriam-Webster, 2015). This essay below will briefly cover some of the Fair Trade issues with clothing. Or The Unfair Trade Of Clothing.…

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  • 2116 Summer Olympic Games In Basuratagalog, Philippines

    Basuratagalog Fireworks explode overhead as the Santos family marvels at the Opening Ceremonies of the 2116 Summer Olympic Games in Basuratagalog, Philippines. The Olympic Flame symbolizes new energy in a city powered by “tagged and logged” trash. In 2016, Basuratagalog produced 9,000 tons of trash daily. Considerable waste composed of plastic formed mountains of trash, polluted Manila Bay and the Pasig River Delta. Gangs of trash pickers, afflicted by heavy metal poisoning, lived in shanty…

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  • Descriptive Essay About Tagangeles

    Tagangeles is a modern wonder. We have created an eco-friendly city that makes everything easy and user friendly. Our city is located in Saguache County, Colorado. Our city has many services such as drone security, fire stations, hospitals etc. Citizens of our city have a good life, with easy access to everything needed for a happy one. We have innovative ideas that will change everything. Tagangeles has a unique tram system and districts that are placed to assist all of our citizens. One of…

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  • Reflection Paper On Recycling

    is still essentially adding on to the pile of garbage. It is recommended that consumers should cut back on what they purchase. For example, a common way for an individual to recycle is to reuse the a bag whenever they’re grocery shopping without causing a demand for purchasing plastic bags. It is better to reuse something than to simply throw it away. n the article, “Recycling Rates: U.S. vs. Europe,” Rachelle Gordon examines the issue of the United States keeping up with the recycling rates as…

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