Essays on Climate Change

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Food Waste Management Essay

“Have you ever thrown away food and then afterwards feel guilty of where it could have gone? We as a group have decided to focus on food waste for the reason of the massive amount of food that gets wasted each year. More than 70 billion pounds of food gets thrown away every year and […]

Pages: 5 Words: 1536

Pollution: how Can we Stop it

Pollution is a big issue that affects humans on a daily basis and it is not really noticed. But pollution does not only affect humans it also affects plants and both land and sea creatures. The main three types of pollution are land, water, and air pollution. Pollution is considered a social issue because it […]

Pages: 7 Words: 2239
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Both Humans and Animals are Endangered Species

Every morning when you wake up in the morning, the first thing you may think about most likely isn’t “How am I going to help the world”? But how would you feel if I told you that you are one of the main causes of species around the world going extinct? Well most people have […]

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Endangered Species: Polar Bear

Currently, the polar bear population worldwide is around twenty-two and thirty-one thousand according to the IUCN (International union for conservation and nature). There are nineteen distinct populations of which thirteen are in Canada, that means that around 60 and 80 percent are in Canada (around twenty-five thousand). The most affected populations of the arctic are […]

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Going Nuclear on the Fossil Fuel Industry

I love the place I live, in the heart of Texas. I get to experience all the metropolitan benefits and diverse geography yet I haven’t once been in the path of a twister, earthquake, or wildfire. That being said, I can’t say the same about everyone in this country; and I can’t deny that I […]

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Fossil Fuels are One of the Causes of Climate Change

Though in the past century, we have achieved many accomplishments, such as flying airplanes and building computers and so much more, not everything we have done to this earth has been beneficial. To be more specific, what society has actually ended up doing is harming the earth. Man-made climate change has occurred because of the […]

Pages: 3 Words: 822

Fossil Fuels and Alternative Energy

“In the United States, 80% of our energy is produced by using fossil fuels (petroleum, natural gas, and coal) (U.S. Energy Information Administration – EIA – Independent Statistics and Analysis’)” The use of these sources of energy are a concern for multiple reasons. We need to educate the world on what renewable energy is and […]

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Fossil Fuels do too Much Harm

“Throughout the U.S, sunny skies, heat from the earth, our vast water supply, and powerful winds have the ability to provide a vast and constantly replenished energy resource supply. These distinct sources of renewable energy have the potential to provide all the electricity the nation needs many times over”. These reusable resources are far more […]

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Fossil Fuels: the Global Warming Problem

While many people have heard of global warming before, not everyone has a clear idea of what it is exactly. According to Amanda MacMillan, an overabundance of gases, mainly carbon dioxide, absorbs the radiation from the sun while it is trying to escape the earth’s atmosphere, causing the heat from the radiation to be confined […]

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Fossil Fuels: the Air Pollution Problem

There are many things that affect our planet, some being good ways and some being bad. One of the major bad things that affect this planet is air pollution. Air pollution causes so many issues for our planet, and for us as well. Air pollution can cause health issues such as respiratory issues as well […]

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Fossil Fuels Harm the Environment and Human Health

Since the beginning scientists have been pondering ways to dispose of waste so that it does not damage the environment. As of the recent centuries the health of the environment was not considered when disposing of solid and liquid bi-products from the production of energy from fossil fuels. Nearly everything you interact with in the […]

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Fossil Fuel: Negative Environmental Impact

Introduction While corporations take advantage of the recent advancements in technology since they have made work easier and efficient, the increased rate of gas emission has been linked to unprecedented implications for societies. Research indicates that just 100 companies are responsible for 71% of the gas emission (Griffin, 2017). Companies have a huge role to […]

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The Relationship between Global Warming and Poverty 

Most people would agree that two of the major problems our world faces are global warming and poverty, and many people spend their time trying to solve one or the other. For the past 150 years, the global temperature has been rising. This is largely due to emissions of greenhouse gasses like carbon dioxide, which […]

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Recycling, what should we Do?

The practice of recycling has brought a new awareness to society and the importance of the effects on the planet as we see what the careless dumping of trash into sewages and the ocean has done. Many ask why recycling is important, it’s simple, recycling reduces the amount of energy required to create new products. […]

Pages: 3 Words: 773