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    warming and climate change, other people are fighting just as hard or even harder than he was to conserve the environment. Despite the fact that people are working just as hard or even more, it has been harder to achieve goals due to the fact that new and more complex obstacles arose. For instance, there are over 103 National Parks in the world (ENVIS Centre on Wildlife & Protected Areas). There are hundreds of people who would like to make that number, larger in order to protect as much land and environment as possible. However, there are things like the GOP platform who has proposed to eliminate all national parks and national forests (Think Process). Some people think that national parks and national forests are irrelevant. It is believed that the land could be put to greater use. They don’t realize why the national parks and national forests are there, but it is absolutely critical that they stay there. Especially because although they don’t believe in global warming or climate change, it is happening and if something major happens, they will realize that there is no going…

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    Public Service is the selfless act of an individual to commit their efforts to serving their communities in such a way that will make their communities better off regardless of the conditions prior to their contributions. Given the hullaballoo surrounding our current political landscape after this past presidential election, there is an increasing urgency for public servants to do their jobs with integrity. Several hate crimes have been motivated by the rhetoric that has been permeated through…

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    and prevent the exploitation of natural resources. This is what Gifford Pinchot believed (US Forest Service History). Gifford Pinchot took a stand for forest conservation by leading conservation programs, participating…

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    Gifford Pinchot

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    Pinchot and the Forests From 1890-1920 the United States went through a period of reform known as the Progressive Era. The era’s reformers had a wide variety of social, political, and economic goals that they began pursuing at a grassroots level, such as temperance and women’s suffrage (“Progressive Era and World War I”). A significant facet of the era was the Conservation Movement, whose philosophy came from the writings of early naturalists such as John Muir (1838-1914) (“Conservative…

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    During the summer of 2016, I fought wildland fire for the Weiser Ranger District of the Payette National Forest in Idaho. I worked on a type four heavy engine, E-421. As a firefighter, I was able to witness climate change and increasing fire activity first hand on an off forest assignment to Midas, Nevada. It was there where my module was the first to respond to the Hot Pot Fire. In a little under 36 hours, the Hot Pot Fire spread 123,000 acres. It claimed an abandoned ranch and almost consumed…

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    national landscapes in the United States are some of the most abundant and well-managed regions in the world. They provide our country with ample resources and aesthetic, spiritual, and socio-cultural values. Unfortunately the effects of climate change are deteriorating our national forests. Drier summers and wetter winters are already affecting regions in the West, causing projections for forest fires to increase in severity, frequency, and scale. Forest fire management policies have changed…

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    The United States Forest Service was created at the turn of the twentieth century to help ensure the forest and lands of the US were taken care of. This was the first time leaders were chosen because of their knowledge of nature instead of some bureaucracy non sense. The Forest Service was staffed with university educated foresters chosen because of their expertise of the forest. Before the US Forest Service was formed politicians managed the land that belonged to the government and this was…

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    country was established in 1996. The remnant prairie land once housed part of the former Joliet Army Ammunition Plant is now Midewin. Since the land transfer from the Department of Defense to the U.S. Forest Service, the U.S. Forest Service along with other federal & non-governmental partner manage the restoration of the 19,161 acres of the historical prairie habitat. In 2004 Midewin was opened to the public. Forms of degradation found in Midewin was pasture or cropland from surrounding areas,…

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    questions. By offering this option it helps slow down misinformation, and longer wait times. The company faces some weakness. For example, if the website is down for planned maintenance this can be an inconvenience to the customer. The customer will call in to speak with a representative. The call times could be longer due to many people calling in at once, or frustration at not being able to reach the correct person. The automated service does offer many things the website does with up to date…

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    Overall, I continue to have a favorable view of Protective’s claims operation and their management of the FedEx Workers’ Compensation program. My review found the claims well managed and reserved to a satisfactory level. Claim teams are appropriately structured, averaging one claim supervisor for every three adjusters. Claim supervisors have no working caseloads restricting their responsibilities to managing their adjusters and their assigned claims inventory. Case loads are ideal averaging 120…

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