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  • Carbon Footprint Impact On The Environment

    national average and then compare it on a global level we will end by identifying new ways to offset and reduce the impact on our environment. Merriam Webster dictionary defines carbon footprint as the amount of greenhouse gases and specifically carbon dioxide emitted by something (as a person 's activities or a product 's manufacture and transport) during a given period (1) in other words when you drive your car from point a to point b the engine burns fuel which in turn creates certain…

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  • Discuss The Tragic Effects Of Climate Change

    Service”, there are many small things that can have a huge impact on how much greenhouse gasses are emitted. Firstly, by” turning your thermostat down 3 degrees Fahrenheit in the winter and up 3 degrees Fahrenheit in the summer will reduce carbon dioxide emissions by about 1,050 pounds per year”("…

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  • Negative Consequences Of Climate Change

    I read the article about climate change and I have to agree with the points and concerns the article states about average surface temperatures, unpredictable climate and severe weather affecting our health, agriculture, and more. Carbon dioxide, emissions and deforestation, reforestation, urbanization, desertification, etc. are affecting our climate. The combination of these things have a negative effect on the atmosphere and there is little evidence to support the idea that the human race could…

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  • Sinkholes: The Creation Of Acid Rain

    rocks in a sinkhole and what they 're made of. One of the chemical reactions that occur that is based upon hydrogen and carbon dioxide is “H2O(l) + CO2 9(g) -> H2CO3 (aq)’’ (Brian Rohig). The outcome of this equation is acidic rain. In chemistry we use chemical equations to show how something is created. In this case the…

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  • How Does Global Population Influence The World

    The dynamics of the ever-increasing global population influences the world in a multitude of ways, including the environment with respect to the cattle industry. According to Brooks (n.d.), the escalation of the meat industry parallels the growth of the global population, which includes the progressively expanding industrialization of the livestock industry in order to meet these growing demands of the population for beef as a mainstay protein. This industrialized industry constitutes a major…

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  • Energy Payback Time Essay

    emission of average CO2 is approximately equivalent of 0.98 kg of CO2/kWh in the electricity generated by coal [143]. The CO2 emission per year can be calculated as [144] (6.2) 6.3.4 Carbon Mitigation and Earned Carbon Credit The mitigation of carbon dioxide (CO2) is used to measure the climate change potential. The net CO2 mitigations are measured per kilowatt hour. Therefore, it is compared with other power production system. The carbon credit is defined as “a key component of national and…

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  • Effects Of Acid Rain

    Acid rain is a precipitation which falls from the atmosphere to Earth. It contains a high level of nitrous oxide and sulphur dioxide. When they ge tin contact with water they transform to acid in the atmosphere, and then this acid is carried away by the wind thousaands of miles away from where they were created. The acidity is measured with the potential hydrogen (pH) on a scale from 0-14. The pH scale is a logarythmic measure which means that every change in pH is counted in the amount times…

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  • Snowblower Disadvantages

    Leaving snow and ice on your driveway is dangerous, but it can also interfere with the health of your lawn. Especially if you end up having to put down salt because you didn't clear the driveway properly. Once the ice melts, or it rains, that salt will drain into the lawn. The best way to keep the lawn healthy is to remove the snow and ice completely without adding chemicals. That can be done with a snowblower. Along with creating a healthier lawn, you are reducing the chance of injury when the…

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  • Global Warming Epidemic Essay

    Global Warming: A new epidemic? Global Warming is a gradual increase in the overall temperature of the earth 's atmosphere generally attributed to the greenhouse effect caused by increased levels of carbon dioxide, chlorofluorocarbons, and other pollutants. This global Warming is changing the earth slowly but might make drastic changes to our everyday life. There are many factors causing global warming, the effects could be devastating, and society needs to care more about this and do something…

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  • Climate Change Persuasive Speech Essay

    change in rainfall patterns and ecosystems and more dangerous and frequent extreme weather Another aspect proving climate change’s existence is the increase in ocean acidification. Increased carbon dioxide in the air is causing rapid ocean acidification to occur. Ocean acidification is when carbon dioxide is absorbed by seawater and reduces the seawater’s pH level and since the industrial revolution, the acidity of surface ocean waters has increased by 30%. Ocean acidification is dangerous…

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