• Air Pollution
    sulpher along with dust particles, fumes, smoke or odours are contaminated or unclean and are introduced into the atmosphere in a way that makes it harmful to humans, animals and plants to survive. List the main sources of air pollution We humans ourselves are one of the main and major causes of air...
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  • Externality
    Positive and Negative Externalities • The effects of a decision by consumers and producers that has an impact on a third party Positive Externalities – beneficial effects on third parties Negative Externalities – costs incurred by third parties ...
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  • Plastic Pollution
    of soil, water, or the atmosphere by the discharge of harmful substances." As we become more technologically advanced, we produce materials that can withstand extreme temperatures, are durable and easy to use. Plastic bags, synthetics, plastic bottles, tin cans, and computer hardware- these are some...
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  • Pollituon
    the smallest plankton to a large polar bear, is contaminated with man-mad chemicals. These chemical, such as pesticides form farms, are extremely harmful to every living organism in the ocean. Did you know that for a very long time, the ocean was a convenient place for mankind to dump waste generated...
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  • dspm 1
    is a big issue. 2. Describe the main sources of Air pollution and give four specific examples in each. 3. Define marine pollution and give their effects to environment. 1. Why does air pollution from Port is a big issue. Air pollution is  is the introduction into the atmosphere of chemicals...
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  • dspm class
    is a big issue. 2. Describe the main sources of Air pollution and give four specific examples in each. 3. Define marine pollution and give their effects to environment. 1. Why does air pollution from Port is a big issue. Air pollution is  is the introduction into the atmosphere of chemicals...
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  • Are We Drowning in a Sea of Plastic
    Are We Drowning in a Sea of Plastic? While plastic seems to be as indispensable as glass and metal for use in everyday life, it can be argued that no other material has had as immense an impact on the decline of the marine environment as plastic. According to David Laist of the Marine Mammal Commission...
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  • Makes Cents
    win-win situation for our pockets and for Mother Nature. The types of pollution that humans create in our lifetime has forced negative long lasting effects in our world. “An average American’s carbon footprint exceeds 20 tonnes. That is 1540 tons of carbon, 5 times more than a Frenchman and 20 times more...
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  • Lessening My Ecological Footprint
    resources, minerals and the land in general. Artificial resources, on the other hand, are those resources that have been created by man. They include plastics, nylon and steel. However, there are other resources that can either be man-made or natural. A very good example is forests. A naturally occurring...
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  • Speech on Recycling
    Litterbugs! Topic: Littering Specific Purpose: To inform listeners about the negative effects of littering and why it’s never justified. Central Idea: Today I’m going to talk to you about the negative effects of littering and why it’s NEVER justified to be lazy and careless with your garbage. ...
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  • Paper and Plastic
    Paper and Plastic “Paper or plastic?” That’s a question environmentalists have been discussing about for quite some time. Which one of the two is really better? In other supermarkets before I get asked if I prefer paper or plastic; I frequently choose plastic since that was the only type of bag available...
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  • 3 R's
    Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle. Have you ever wondered where all the plastic bags and bottles, broken glass and waste paper go after you chuck it into the bin? They are dumped in different parts of the world or they are burnt into thin air. Usually, they are immersed into large pits in the ground, so that...
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  • Use of Biodegradable and Non-Biodegradable Materials of Leading Fastfood Chains
    common to these are fast food chains that use plastics and styrofoam to the detriment of the environment. Oftentimes do we experience floods in the Philippines particularly in low-lying areas like Manila and its suburbs where the main cause are the plastics that clog esteros and sewerage. Given the present...
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  • Harmful Effect of Plastic Bag
    Harmful effect of Plastic Bags Plastic bags have rapidly becoming popular among consumers and retailers due to its convenience and functionality and it comes at a relatively low cost. Wastage and hygiene issue arises as these non- biodegradable bags are usually littered and not recycled. Technological...
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  • Ad Review
    in what way, and with what effect?” By answering these questions, one can conclude whether the ad has fulfilled its task in affecting readers/buyers. This particular picture advertisement is an anti-tobacco campaign. It is a picture of a young boy trapped in a plastic bag, possibly suffocating. The...
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  • Environmental Project
    The Harmful Benefit My interest in Banana Plantations and the harmful effects they tend to have on the environment began five years ago when I went to Costa Rica with a group of people in my senior class. We traveled around the country and were in an environmental studies class. I learned about all...
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  • Recycling
    cheap, yet it will benefit the environment in the long run. What can we do to support it? Despite the warnings being given about the harmful effects of global warming and other environmental problems, most individuals are doing very little about it today. Global warming, deforestation, acid...
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  • Junk Food
    Effects of junk food Napoleon Bonaparte once said, ”A man’s palate can, in time, become accustomed to anything.”Hundreds of millions of people buy junk food every day without giving it much thought, unaware of the subtle and not so subtle ramifications of their purchases. As the name suggests, junk...
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  • Sustainable Design
    Theme behind legislation 3 1.4 What is the legislation trying to achieve? 3 1.5 Objectives of report 4 2. Existing Legislation 4 2.1 Plastic bag levy 4 2.2Litter 4 2.3 Waste Packing 4 3. Legislation causing change 5 4. New Legislation 5 4.1 Why would it come about? 5 4.2What...
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  • horse
    Plastic is light-weight, durable, low-cost, and has a wide variety of application ranging from a pen, which you use to write on the paper, to the waste paper basket, into which you throw the paper. Plastic undoubtedly has been the one of the greatest achievements by man. (Well, not comparable to the...
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