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  • The achievement gap: causes and possible solutions
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  • Earth pollution causes and effects and the possible solutions
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  • Causes and effects of air pollution.
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  • Factors which causes small businesses to fail and possible solutions on how to reduce failure.
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  • Effects of air pollution in delhi
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  • Acid precipitation: causes, effects, and implications
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  • Effects of ozone pollution
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  • Effects of air pollution in children
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  • Analyse the problem of accounting fraud in a listed company and evaluate possible solutions
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  • The main problem of the cap (common agricultural policy) is considered to be finance allocation. it is argued that for the most part money goes to rich landowners. critically assess this issue and state possible solutions to this problem.
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  • Global warming -- causes, effects and challenges
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  • Health effects of air pollution
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  • Enviromental effects of air pollution and the urban area
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