• Looking for Matt's Character in "Killing"
    SOCIAL PROBLEMS ASSOCIATED WITH DRUGS Something needs to be done and more so urgently to curb this menace called drug abuse. This paper aims at looking at the social problems that come with the abuse of drugs and ways of resolving it. Drug abuse is the consistent use of drugs, legal or...
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  • Fbgf
    related incident which happened with me, and which set my mind racing. ‘It was a Sunday morning, the kernel of the rose and the raat ki raani plant growing in our garden were splendidly adding fragrant air to the sweet and tender cucumber creeper in our garden. I and my father were sitting in our garden...
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  • Rainwater Harvesting
    Kaveri. These huge potential water resources notwithstanding, we are facing a water crisis across the country. Over the years, rising population, growing industrialisation and expanding agriculture have pushed up the demand for water. Monsoon is still the main hope of our agriculture. ...
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  • Effects and Impact of Solid Waste Generation in Abuja Municicipal Area Council
    population. For example, Nyanya was to be relocated to a new location called “New Nyanya” but this has not been done. Today, it is described as the fastest growing slum in the country as a result of waste mess in the area, so also are other satellite towns in AMAC in places like Karmo, Gwagwa, Jikwoyi, Karu where...
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  • Natural Envronment- Tyre Industry
    various actions and policies in the interest of protecting what nature remains in the natural environment . Some immediate concerns are: 1. Reducing pollution 2. Reducing consumption of non-renewable sources of energy like petroleum 3. Development of alternative , green ,low- carbon and renewable energy...
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  • From GARDEN CITY to GARBAGE CITY, BANGALORE
    Space Research Organization (ISRO), with Infosys and Wipro headquarters, a city fondly nicknamed the “Silicon Valley of India” is the second fastest growing and developing Indian city. Listed fourth among the top 15 cities contributing to India’s overall GDP it is the country most preferred by the entrepreneurs...
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  • Change
    undertake their daily obligations Some of the key issues important to contemporary organizations according to Burns (1992) relate to the HIV/AIDS menace, levels of crime, corruption, literacy levels and levels of rural-to-urban migration, among others. The disintegration of the family unit, school...
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  • Tourism in India
    tourist traffic in India. Indian tourism is adversely affected by terrorism, tours and pollution. Sincere efforts could help to further develop the Indian tourism industry. Tourism is one of the fastest growing industries of the world. It plays vital role in the economic development of a country....
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  • Role of Chemistry in Human Welfare
    our environment can only be achieved by understanding its various processes. The working of various natural chemicalsand their role in removing pollution is the major concern for protection of environment. Biochemistry It  is the study of the chemicals, chemical reactions and chemical interactions that...
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  • Impact of Social Networking Sites on Youth
    issues. Recycling or processing e-waste to extract the minerals trapped inside and reusing the rest of the components is a viable solution to solve the menace of e-waste. The benefits of e-waste recycling extend to: * elimination of health and environmental hazards * conservation of resources ...
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  • Facts About Teaching of Environment Education
    behaviour is shaped. An effective and well meaning educational system examines the social demands, strives to meet its necessities and fulfils its growing needs. In the process, its courses are amended and new subjects are added in the curriculum to render it responsive and relevant. Government of Maharashtra...
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  • The Nigeria Ecological Fund Office
    millions of people with their environment has left indelible mark on the landscape. Deforestation, desertification, flooding, erosion and all kinds of pollution as well as climate change are some of the resultant effects of man’s interaction with his environment. These changes occur as the people attempt to...
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  • Environmental Effects on company Performance
    available huge sums of monies for research and developing, enhancing technologies to improve products, service delivery, etc. In Kenya there is a growing support for information technology entrepreneurs to develop new solutions to meet needs in the market. Some of the more successful solutions or applications...
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  • Tyre Recycling
    include two, three, four and six wheelers, and pose a potential threat to the environment. However, companies have innovated ways and means to curb this menace which has led to the evolution of the huge tyre recycling industry. When we had started working on this article, we thought we could count the recycled...
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  • E-Waste in India
    E-Waste in India The aim of this article is to analyse the menace of electronic waste (e-waste) in India. The use of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) cannot be ignored and dispensed with in the contemporary era and the same requires a sound and effective strategy as well. The benefits...
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  • Asian Carp
    THE ASIAN CARP There has been a growing concern recently in the state of Michigan and several other states over a species of fish known as the Asian carp. Perhaps you’ve seen or heard something on the news. It hasn’t reached the great lakes yet but is expected too in the near future. As an invasive...
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  • Essat on Forest
    help in giving the direction of wind and its speed. • Forest helps in keeping environment healthy and beautiful. • Forests also minimize noise pollution. • Forest helps the scientist to invent new medicine as forest has different kind or plants and herb. Great Answer Report Silverswan 4 years...
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  • Essay
    topics indicated: 1. Adult Literacy and the Ways to Implement It 2. The Impact of Television and Cinema on Juvenile Roll Nos.: Minds 3. The Menace of Pollution-A Global Warning 1. Conservation of Our Flora and Fauna 2. Role of Computers/Information Technology in the Roll Nos.: Growth and Development...
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  • Hemp History
    environment. The USDA Bulletin #404 concluded that  hemp produces 4 times as much pulp with at least 4 to 7 times less pollution. From Popular Mechanics, Feb. 1938: 'It has a short growing season...It can be grown in any state...The long roots penetrate and break the soil to leave it in perfect condition...
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  • Global Warming and Its Effect on Our Planet
    main reason, why we suffer from hurricanes, tornados and storms, and as predicted, we will suffer to a great extent if we do not take pain to reduce pollution. And it will also affect the economies in the countries; it is a negative influence on the market and it will destroy homes and cause the death of...
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