• Testgreen
    Enrichment and Regeneration of Greenery every where (The community as the unit of Green tree Rich Society) Gangi Setty S. In the recent times the role of Greenery in the promotion of universal peace has been identified and it is happy thing...
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  • Good City to Live in
    from my point of view for human nature and health I suppose that the Green city is the ideal place to live in, Green city includes many branches starting by facts important for human health as air quality, cleanness and clean drinking water moving to facts affect human life and take away his stress of...
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  • City Planning and Build Environment
    mid-1980s, were thought, and with some justice, to be associated with progressing economic development. It turned out, however, that it was not only human activity that affected nature adversely, but also, that there was negative feedback - the transformed nature had a detrimental effect on man. The repair...
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  • The Rainy Season
    thus increasing scarcity of water everywhere. The life between the hot sky and the hot land becomes miserable and human beings, beasts and birds, all begin to long for the rains. The season gives respite from the scorching heat of the summer. It brings life to the plants and trees. Ponds, rivers and streams...
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  • The Wild Braid
    American poet born in 1905. Composed of a collection of poems, notes and interviews with poetess Genine Lentine, it is a reflection on the old man’s life, his love for gardening and poetry, two pursuits where dreams and spirituality play a significant part. The book focuses mainly on the poet’s beloved...
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  • Romanticism
    provides the ultimate escape. In “Strange fits of passion have I known”, Wordsworth compares Lucy, the love of his life to a rose which elevates the status of nature and signifies its importance. Throughout the poem the moon is a beauteous symbol of nature and when contact is lost with the moon “wayward...
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  • Week
    1The importance of global warming Last rewind back when there were no humans on earth. When global warming wasn’t an concern. When the earth was flourishing with greenery the air was nice crisp and clean. Animals lived freely and do what they naturally do land animals running around sky animals flying...
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  • How Is It
    technology as a tool for progress. Technology allows humanity to live in a world of ease and leisure, which acts as a tool to the ultimate end of increasing human limits and boundaries. The main goal of the developing technology is the opportunities it creates for the development of new technology. The technology...
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  • Hiroshima
    onto her. For weeks she receives no real medical care for her leg, which is badly fractured and infected, and she remains crippled for the rest of her life. After the war, with the guidance of Father Kleinsorge, she becomes a nun, Sister Dominique Sasaki. Toshiko Sasaki (In-Depth Analysis) Dr. Masakazu...
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  • natural resources
    Natural resources are all the things on Earth that support life. Plants, animals, air, and water are natural resources. Natural resources are also things that people use to make life easier. Your life is easier because you can ride in a bus powered by gasoline. You can cook your dinner in a microwave...
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  • rainy season
    nature to gain a new life We always welcome this season and enjoy its Beauty. The Rainy Season. The rainy season comes after the summer. It brings rains after the heat of the sun. The season gives respite from the scorching heat of the summer. It brings life to the plants and...
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  • Indian Culture
    INDIAN CULTURE Pinnacle of Human Civilization PREFACE Dr. Pranav Pandya which make divine culture I ndian culture happens to be the rather than boon. We start getting lost in our journey of this birth due to being entangled in the web of the modern world. This is what is happening...
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  • The Year of the Flood
    A threat to Human society is the next pandemic. What will this Pandemic bring? How will the Human society prepare, or eventually do to prevent the Pandemic. The Gardeners from Margaret Atwood’s novel “The Year of the Flood” are a group of eco-subversives that prepare for a Pandemic. The Gardeners...
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  • Singapore Sustainable Blue Print
    Home Chapter 2: Sustainable Development – “The Singapore Way” Chapter 3: Our Vision and Goals For The Future Chapter 4: LIVE – A Sustainable Way of Life Chapter 5: COMMUTE – Cleaner, Greener and More Convenient Travel Chapter 6: PLAY – A City of Gardens and Water Chapter 7: WORK – Resource-Efficient Industries...
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  • My Essays & Stories
    he took in his first breath.He wasn’t a good son,neither an ideal brother and nor a good academic.But there was one art he was really good at, making life long friends.This was the only sentimental thing for him.All his emotions are attached to this only.For him,a friend was not just a friend but someone...
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  • Threats to Biodiversity
    Schedule: A3; MTh 10:30am-12pm Threats of Biodiversity “The loss of biological diversity is second only to nuclear warfare in its threat to human and other life on this planet.” - U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Biodiversity is the variability among living organisms from all sources, including...
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  • Natural Disasters
    wonderful natural resources for the coming generations. At the beginning of the human civilization, the earth was abundant with all those natural resources that are essential for the survival of life. Water, air, greenery, were all aplenty. Then came the discovery of oil and gas, which began to be used...
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  • Passage
    is a tale of nature…. of the beauty and wonders of our Earth. There was a time when the world was simpler, the animals and humans passed through each other’s worlds and saw life through each other’s eyes. I will recall my story as I saw it unfold from the hidden branches of an ancient oak tree that stood...
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  • Unexplored States in India
    enchanting picnic spots and shallow backwaters. A pleasure trip to Vembanad Lake gives you an opportunity to explore the rich flora, the abundant marine life, boat cruises, rural sights, and angling tours. You can freely indulge in boating, fishing, canoeing, catamaran riding, dingy sailing and other water...
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  • Planning
    NORMS FOR PLANNING GREEN AREAS IN CITIES    Importance of Green Areas:-  The green areas are considered the lungs of urban centres. Such green areas in a city ensures freshness and improves the ambience of the town, maintain healthier environment by generating oxygen to the living creatures, and...
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