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Environmental educators and "environmentalists" have the dilemma of dichotomy. The public and the media to consider all environmental educators to be environmental activists (Hug, n.d.). They consider them to be one in the same. To a certain degree many environmental educators are environmental activist to a certain degree, at least...

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Everyone needs a place that makes them feel nurtured, content, and a place where they can reconnect with the part of them that is lost in the daily grind. For me, that place is in the water. When I am gliding through the water, feeling the power in every stroke...

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The debate over many issues ultimately comes down to a question of government involvement. Namely, even if one admits that a certain social problem exists, is it the job of the government to compel, through legislation, a certain type or behavior, or is the job of individual people to take...

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As a student with a foreign background, I have had the privilege of experiencing the culture of different environments. As such, it is important to review an important aspect of my life in order to showcase my knowledge and appreciation of my surrounding environment. This will be approached through the...

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International law is a difficult concept. Laws are created by governments. However, there is no international government that can enforce an international law. As such, they are not truly laws. An international law appears more as a suggested way for countries to behave in the global geopolitical stage. However, countries...

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After visiting the United States Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) website, it became obvious that the reports available through 'MyEnvironmental Reports' were insufficient. Two of the three offered documents are 6-7 years old. The third 'report' was actually just a link to the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA), which was used...

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Prior to the publication of Rachel Carson's Silent Spring on September 27, 1962, the world did not seem to pay close attention to environmental issues, but after the serialization of the book in the New Yorker that summer and Carson's appearance on 'CBS Reports' while clearly dying from the effects...

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Electric cars are becoming more and more common with drivers in the United States. While these technological advances seem to be the advantageous for the environment and society there are potential cons as well. Electric cars might not be as great as first thought would make them out to be...

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Since the XIX century, scientists have been discussing the collapse of North America’s megafauna. In general, there are two main theories about causes of its extinction. Paul Martin was the first to suggest that mammoths and mastodons were overhunted by humans. Others, including Grayson and Meltzer, suppose that these species...

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Canon, Gabrielle. Sorry, Your Gut Bacteria Are Not the Answer to All Your Health Problems. 2014. PDF file. 3 Dec. 2015. http://www.motherjones.com/environment/2014/10/microbiome-health-gut-bacteria. This article discusses the microbes in the human body. According to the author, the microbes do not harm animals. The article has provided useful information about the interaction...

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Question 1: Conservation and Policy Conservation is a common strategy used for preserving the natural environment and minimizing the impact of the human civilization of the natural environment. It is inseparable from changing environmental policies. Nevertheless, regardless of the commonality of conservation in the modern society, no universal approach to...

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Global warming refers to the high rate of increase in the global average surface temperature in recent years (NASA, 2017). Since the late 19th century, the global average surface temperature has increased by about 2.0 degrees Fahrenheit, and most of the warming has occurred within the last 35 years (NASA,...

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While analyzing environmental issues in Kuwait, one shall pay attention to the geographical location and the resources of the country. Kuwait is an oil-rich country of a small size, located at the top of the Gulf. The country neighbors on Saudi Arabia, Iraq and Iran. It contains large oil reserves,...

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