• Role of Non Govt Organisations
    Chitra, A. “Role of Ngo’s In Protecting Environment And Health” in Martin J. Bunch, V. Madha Suresh and T. Vasantha Kumaran, eds., Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Environment and Health, Chennai, India, 15-17 December, 2003. Chennai: Department of Geography, University of Madras...
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  • Articles: Opposition Against the Set Up of a Factory in Taman Pelita
    having a large factory nearby. Having a factory can be the major contributing factor to the increasing of pollutions such as thermal pollution, chemical pollution, air pollution, and noise pollution. Below are several devastating effects that would afflict the residents and magnificent environment of...
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  • Environment of Accounting
    heating up because of global warming, corals and other marine life are dying because of oil spills and water pollution, and people with asthma are both dying and decreasing because of air pollution. But what would and accountant do? Auditing, Financial Statement, Taxation and Bookkeeping from mere looking...
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  • Inhaling Injustice
    environmental hazards and their associated health risks (Pastor, et. al, 2002). One potential case in America is the increase of asthma cases for students living in heavily urbanized areas such as Los Angeles, where air toxins that stimulate asthma symptoms are released into the atmosphere in high concentrations...
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  • Narative Report in Cwts
    unexplainable joy for us students. Cause for what our mentor says these flowers reflect is maker. Before the Christmas tree decoration starts all of the students in the University of Mindanao participate in this said activity each one of us NSTP students contribute to this, five pieces per student. And it was a...
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  • Social Problem
    a group of students create a own gangster within the school. They will require students to pay a protection fee , if students do not, they will use means to force students pay protection money . Gangsters may intimidation , harassment and find someone to hit the student until the student willing to pay...
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  • Air Pollution Summary 16
    What is Air Pollution? Air is the ocean we breathe. Air supplies us with oxygen which is essential for our bodies to live. Air is 99.9% nitrogen, oxygen, water vapor and inert gases. Human activities can release substances into the air, some of which can cause problems for humans, plants, and animals...
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  • Geography Notes
    each doubling is more than the total of all earlier growth. The environmental problems we face – pop growth, wasteful use of resources, poverty, pollution, etc – are interconnected and are growing exponentially, e.g. world population more than doubled from 2.5 billion in 1950 to 5.9 billion in 1998...
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  • Community Health
    care 5. The Community Health worker Unit 5: Effects and Impact of HIV/AIDS and the Role of Government in Fighting HIV/AIDS 1. Introduction 2. HIV / AIDS 3. Role of Community in HIV/AIDS prevention 4. The impact on the health sector 5. The impact on households 6. The impact on the education...
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  • P.R.I.C.E - Sports
    | |Treatment |18 | |Prevention of sports injuries |21 | |Examples of enquiry activities...
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  • Chemistry
    For the sake of convenience science is subdivide into various disciplines : chemistry, physics, biology, geology etc. Chemistry plays an important role in science & is often intertwined with other branches of science .Chemistry principles are important in diverse areas such as weather pattern, functioning...
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  • Dva1501- Sustainable Development
    Nazli Shahzamani Student Number: 50317350 Assignment 05 Unique assignment number: 891095 Sustainable Development 1 TABLE OF CONTENTS Page 1. Introduction 2. What is sustainable development 3. Deforestation 3.1 Deforestation and its influence on sustainable development (With a closer...
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  • Dffffffff
    ENGLISH SYLLABUS FOR SEM. 1 & 2 of JNTU-K Introduction The major challenge of a language teaching in a technical institution is to prepare the student for employability through imparting language skills to develop communicative competence. The proficiency in English language is closely linked to ‘good...
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  • Civil
    Advanced Earthquake Resistant Techniques  3. smart materials  4. Causes Prevention And Repair of Cracks In Building  5. rehabilitation techniques.  6. Advanced Pavement Design  7. sewage treatment plant  8. Air pollution & its control  9. stability of high rise buildings. 10. Computer Application...
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  • Creating a Healthy Enviornment
    People 2010, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services 1 Richard J. Jackson, MD, MPH Chris Kochtitzky, MSP Centers for Disease Control and Prevention S P R A W L W A T C H C L E A R I N G H O U S E M O N O G R A P H S E R I E S Acknowledgements Sprawl Watch Clearinghouse...
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  • Sustainable Chemistry
    Toward Sustainable Chemistry    Terry Collins* Chemistry has an important role to play in achieving a sustainable civilization on Earth. The present economy remains utterly dependent on a massive inward flow of natural resources that includes vast amounts of nonrenewables. This is followed by a reverse...
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  • Biology
    provided by the government to inform the people about the importance of radon gas testing and the danger of radon gas. The Nova Scotia government took the role of advertising useful information by publishing an article with professional health officer's notice and research. The government has also done many...
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  • Juvenile Delinquency
    delinquency that can be divided internal and external ones are complicated and interactive. The internal one, meaning the criminal himself, plays a vital role in the crime process. Teenagers who do not have a strong will can be easily affected by others sometimes. Once got stimulated by external factors ,...
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  • exer2
    end of the exercise, the students should be able to: Describe the interaction of the terrestrial with the aquatic ecosystems Explain how different economic human activities directly and indirectly affect the Laguna de Bay ecosystem Discuss mechanisms by which the lake pollution can be prevented or minimized ...
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  • Research Paper
    but it seems to be a really huge problem at colleges. It also have been identified that many colleges students do not being smoking until they enter college. There are many reasons that a college student may have started smoking, such as temptation from new friends, not doing well in a class or multiple...
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