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For (M2) - explain the short- and long-term effects of the major incidents on people, communities, environment and the wider impacts they may have had.
Short Term Effects:
The short term affects are that they would have no food which would cause the mass of Haiti to starve which would cause either great illness or death.
They would have no clean water which could lead to getting diseases EG. Typhus! It is dangerous to drink unsafe water as it could lead to death.
All communications were down which causes affect because there would be no chance of getting supplies to Haiti at this time and it would cause a big dilemma due to the state the Haiti people would be in after this dreadful incident.
There would be lack of medical aid, this would cause problems because the majority of the Haiti would be injured badly if not fatal injuries that need tending to. So the people of Haiti would have been prioritised due to lack of medical care. If there was no chance of being saved in such a short time someone else would get the care. Whereas if there were medical aid was available everyone would be seen to and helped as much as possible.
The ports and roads would have been closed making it difficult for supplies to get to them in on road vehicles which would have an impact again on the people of Haiti as they wouldn’t have any...
The issue I chose to write about is health and the significant impact that it has on millions across the world in our society. In relation to the environment, there are certain types of health risks that can play a major part such as: cancer, mortality, certain disabilities, and how all of these things are managed on a consistent basis. These environmental issues affect everyone, not just one particular person or type of group amongst us all. For this reason alone, it is imperative to bring light to each individual situation and develop some sort of change to create a basic balance throughout the world. There are many causes that make these issues prevalent such as toxins that pollute the air, the overall affect of death in our society, low birth weights, and the lack of consistent care for infants, which result in neonatal mortality. There are several regulations in process by the government to prevent these type of issues such as avoiding the use of certain medicines, getting the proper care when necessary, and following certain procedures when it comes to death to prevent negative affects on the environment.
One of the main issues in the environment with my surrounding location is cancer. There are many forms of cancer such as: brain cancer, testicular cancer, thyroid cancer, lung cancer, and the most popular type of cancer,...
Environmental Causes of Human Migration
Student: Nigay Oleg.
Batch: BMCDP 1330A (M55).
Human migration is movement of population related to the change of residence. This is a complex social process which serves an important function in society. There are different reasons for migration. One reason for the migration of the population is ecological. Environmental degradation is a serious deterioration of ecological conditions. Vast areas are virtually uninhabitable, so people are forced to leave these regions. Migration of this type are called environmental migrants.
There are two types for environmental influences on human migration. One of them is fast and another one is slow (Gray and Bilsborrow, 2013). The fast one is a quick change of the environment such as natural disaster (e.g. earthquake, tornado or flood). For example, considering the effects of hurricane "Katrina", which claimed the lives of more than a thousand in 2005, it should be noted that more than 800,000 people were left without electricity and telephone services, and one and a half million people have fled their homes. Many left the city forever. This can also be man-made catastrophe, which does not cause long-term changes in the environment of serious ecological habitat. The slow one, in contrast, is a specification of environment like...
Everyone has heard about global problems. Television and the press often writes about storms, droughts, melting of glaciers, or hunger in Africa. But not too many of us know the details, and the stories behind those problems. These days the biggest environmentalproblems are: Global warming, Pollution, drought, overpopulation, deforestation, Endangered species.
Let's start from global warming. Global warming is the process by which the Earth's average atmospheric temperature increases over time.In general Global warming means the difference in the Earth's global climate over time. This process is timeless and still accelerating. Other big environmentalproblem is pollution.
Pollution can be very diverse. There are several types of pollution, how air pollution, water pollution, soil pollution and noise pollution. I think everyone knows what's mean air, water and soil pollution, but do you know what means noise pollution? Noise pollution refers to undesirable levels of noises caused by human activity that disrupt the standard of living in the affected area. We need talk more about pollution, because everyone can contribute to the solving of this problem.
Next environmentalproblem is drought. Lithuanians think, that drought is never going to be our...
...CAUSES AND EFFECTS OF ENVIRONMENTALPROBLEMSEnvironmentalproblem is the biggest menace to the human race on the planet nowadays. Although environmentalproblems cannot be coped hundred percent, we should contribute our efforts to minimize the environmentalproblems. This essay attempts to examine the causes and effects of environmentalproblems that happened in Malaysia.
Firstly, let me look at deforestation that is the main cause of environmentalproblems. Deforestation is an activity of cutting down the trees without restriction and it is an illegal activity in all countries includes Malaysia. It started with the simple cutting of trees, but was soon with the use of fire to clear the land. For instance, farmers in rural places clear forest by burning the trees for planting and grazing. Thus, government should deem deforestation as a stringent issue and take actions to cope with it.
Moreover, emissions from the factories such as greenhouse gases, toxic waste and other chemical substances can harm living things that live nearly to those factories. In this case, factory pollution is considered as environmentalproblems that should be confront and cease in Malaysia. Once pollutants emit to the atmosphere or water system, they can spread far and beyond the...
...VIRTUE OF HUMAN HEARTEDNESS: ENVIRONMENTAL SALVATION
By: Jalton G. Cartel 2 BS Medical Technology
This term paper aims to discuss what people do in order to save our environment. This also aims to help to discover how Che’ng Hao principle of virtue in human heartedness saves our environment. And also what people should embodied in order to save our environment.
“The truth is: the natural world is changing. And we are totally dependent on that world. It provides our food, water and air. It is the most precious things that we have and we need to defend it.” (Attenborough D. 2014).
God created the planet earth, where human, plants and animals lived. People long ago enjoying the richness of nature, the fresh air and the water. But now days the world is immensely different from what it was before.
The plants, trees and flowers are life forms which God has created for us to enjoy its beauty but human beings in today’s generation don't have any concern regarding to the importance of this nature in the environment. People continuing devastating the blessing that God gave it to us.
The issue of the environmentalproblems has suddenly evolved into a widespread issue which is greatly discussed throughout the world. No longer are humans living in a world where the environment is stable but much rather becoming...
Identifying Barriers Experienced by Human Service Clients
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April 7, 2010
Professor Bill Eady
Problems Facing Human Services Clients
Human service professionals have a very rewarding career. They are given the opportunity in more ways than one to provide help to those who are in need of it. While this profession can be rewarding, unfortunately, this area of expertise can be emotionally exhausting because of the many problems that the human service clients face and the lack of resources that are available to them. These problems include, but are not limited to, economic inequality, poverty, child welfare as well as social problems.
While these problems are evident daily, human service professionals are trained to notice the oppression and social injustice and to develop solutions to the problems so they will not continue to persist in the future (France, 2005). For example, human service professionals are more aware of the common denominator or factor that is present among a family living in poverty, an incarcerated individual and a person living with a disability. The single factor that is common from this example would be a lack of resources due to their social identities. While it is the goal of human...
...people are getting more and more concerned about their health. It is not a secret that the proper nutrition is one of the major conditions of a good health. This is why restaurants where the vast majority of the population has meals regularly should provide their customers with a really safe food.
Nevertheless, there are restaurants which are really dirty and, therefore, do not guarantee the safety of food. In such a situation, a citizen task force should make such restaurants as well as all other to solve this problem. In this respect, a mandatory food safety training requirement for all restaurants employees seems to be the most effective way of the solution of the problem.
First of all, it should be said that the alternative solutions, such as a stronger enforcement program by the local health department seems to be ineffective in a long run since this program rather implies the implementation of some restrictive measures and thorough control from the part of the health department. This measure is not very effective because it is practically impossible to control permanently and absolutely all restaurants, which, in all probability, can find the ways to overcome restrictions.
As for the mandatory safety training requirement for all restaurants employees it is much more effective because this measure makes employees more conscious of their work and consequences of the violation of the...