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U.S. Environmental Protection Environmental Studies Assignment
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Waste material can be considered solid waste on the basis of the Subtitle C of the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) which can be hazardous or non-hazardous toward health and the environment but occur in the solid form e.g. discarded materials from the household or commercial products, debris and agricultural wastes (“Definition of Solid Wastes..” US EPA).
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The Bhopal Gas Disaster Environmental Studies Case Study
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The occurrence of a similar incident to the Bhopal gas leak may be disastrous to the city of Preston. Many people could die while others could have permanent injuries that are associated with the disastrous gas. There are many steel structures that utilize iron, which could have been easily corroded resulting in structural failure.
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The Issue of Water Pollution Environmental Studies Article
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Because the modern washer has added to the gallonage of water consumed in households, another modern invention has complicated the task of the engineer concerned with getting rid of waste products. Some detergents are sold on the strength of their ability to foam, but the harassed waterworks man wishes they would quit foaming. 
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The Evolution of Australia Terrestrial Vertebrates Environmental Studies Assignment
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The author states that the mass extinctions did not occur at the same time on all continents and different causes may have been contributed to extinctions in different continents. Australia, probably due to its long period of geographical isolation, had a huge number of very unique megafaunal species and lost a large proportion of them.
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What Are the Effects of Industrial Pollution to Nature in Turkey Environmental Studies Case Study
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Nowadays, various parameters related to loads of hazardous gas emissions are monitored by the Turkish Pollution Control Board. In Turkey, air-pollution control systems were installed in only fifty-five percent of industrial units in the country, and twenty-eight percent of these units were identified with malfunctioned systems.
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Environmental of Consequences of Offshore Drilling Environmental Studies Assignment
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The author states that it is seen that while, per se, drilling operations are not risky and could be carried out with least danger to the neighboring environment, there are inherent risks of spillages while secondary transportation activities or other functions are carried out, or in the event of any other untoward incidents occur.
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Global Warming and Food Production Environmental Studies Assignment
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The author states that the rates at which temperatures have increased around the world since the coming of the industrial revolution remain unmatched in recorded history. Increased concentrations of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases that are produced as a result of the burning of hydrocarbon fuels.
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Global Environment Change Environmental Studies Coursework
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Locally, the prevention of desertification can partially be performed by individuals and governments. It is observed that a number of nations in the Middle East, as well as, the United States are utilizing sand fences for the prevention of desertification. Similarly, northern parts of the world can be built with snow fences. The surface wind can be decreased by the placement of straw grids.
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Greenhouse Effect Environmental Studies Assignment
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The author states that the greenhouse effect functions in the following manner.   When sunlight pierces the atmosphere and hits the earth’s surface, not all of the sun’s solar energy is absorbed.  Approximately a third of it is reflected back into space.  Specific atmospheric gases serve in much the same way as does the glass of a greenhouse.
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Positive and Negative Consequences of Deforestation Environmental Studies Assignment
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The author states that deforestation as the word itself suggests is the opposite of forests. However, for a proper definition of the word, it would be more appropriate to quote FAO which defines it as “the conversion of forest to another land use or the long-term reduction of the tree canopy cover below the minimum 10 percent threshold.
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Marine Engineering Environment Law and Society Environmental Studies Case Study
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One of the important amendments introduced deals with the harmonized system of survey and certification (HSSC). That is, the existing regulation 5 is replaced by the stipulation that every ship of 400 gross tonnages and above and every fixed drilling rig and other platforms shall be subject to the various surveys during a various period of times.  
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The Largest Contributor to Adverse Climate Change - The Global Warming Policy in the US Environmental Studies Term Paper
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The time span that is involved with understanding the causes and after-effects of Global Warming is so large, that any activity that is sought to forecast future scenario is highly precarious. The paper aims at delineating the issues related to policy formulation on Global Warming, to find out the alternatives that are available for policymakers.  
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Critical Analysis of An Inconvenient Truth as Presented by Al Gore Environmental Studies Movie Review
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The effects of melting snowcaps and the resulting rise of sea levels have been well documented by the scientific community. A reduction of snow cover in addition to the lake and sea ice will have dire consequences for locations at higher latitudes and lower elevations, especially in the winter and spring months. 
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Tomography of the Lithosphere in Southern California Environmental Studies Assignment
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The author states that Southern California belongs to contemporary active seismic regions of the USA. In order to understand why such wrecking earthquakes occur in southern California, we have to trace the motion of the earth’s lithosphere – the rigid outer layer of the earth – in this region.
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Deforestation of the Amazon Rainforest Environmental Studies Term Paper
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Beyond the massive clearing of trees to provide more farmland, the soy farmers continually persuade government officials to expand roadways which allow more of those with both legitimate and illegal commercial concerns access to increasingly larger amounts of rainforest areas. As in logging, the blame can largely be pointed at the demand-side.
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A Positive Move Towards Environmental Sustainability Environmental Studies Case Study
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Government and international organizations have strived to ensure that there are regulations that facilitate the mitigation of environmental degradation. This has been done through the enhancement of environmental policies. These policies have a wide variation in terms of implementation as well as their scope.
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Corporate Social Responsibility Environmental Studies Report
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A duty of care to communities to and the environment by the Company Directors who are now expected by law to put shareholders’ interests first and Rights of Redress for Affected Communities which now only entitle shareholders to take legal action against the directors. Citizens and communities should have the right to proceed in U.K. courts for environmental abuses.
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Applied Environmental and Waste Management Environmental Studies Case Study
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The emissions by industries and power plants can be captured and later pumped into the ground. This process out emitting CO2 and storing can be done for many years without worrying about any possible effects. The report also mentions that the CO2 will get dissolved in the salt, present in the rock with time.
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The Quality Of Water in Our Ecological System Environmental Studies Term Paper
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The county government seems to be working quite efficiently since it is offering free water sample evaluations for those individuals who suspect that their water supply may have been contaminated by the floods and is also performing disinfection services to make the water supply safe again where contamination has taken place.  
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Impacts of Climate Change on Food Production over the Next 50 Years Environmental Studies Term Paper
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The paper has focused on the issue related to the emission of Greenhouse gases (GHGs), through an introduction of the climate changes. This offers a substantial basis for understanding the implications of the climatic changes in food production, and it will contribute to making reasonable predictions of the condition for the next fifty years.
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Nitrogen Cycle Environmental Studies Assignment
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The author states that the process begins with nitrogen fixation where nitrogen gas is fixed into the soil by the actions of nitrogen-fixing bacteria which convert it to ammonia. Further bacterial action converts the ammonia into nitrite and nitrate by nitrification. Plants utilize nitrate for metabolic purposes. 
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US Military Safe Disposal of Waste Products Environmental Studies Research Paper
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The prospective implication of such waste remains best considered along with the impression of the harm that it stands to associate with the environment and the population. On that note, an extensive recycling program that involves partnering with the civilian institutions has been suggested for the address of the waste concern.
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Two Water Provision Methods in Saudi Arabia Environmental Studies Assignment
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The author states that in an arid country like Saudi Arabia with no perennial rivers, groundwater is the main, but the limited resource that can be used in residential, industrial and agricultural areas to guarantee an adequate supply of water. The rapid growth of the population is partly to blame for the increased water shortage in the Middle East.
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Making Sense of Sound Environmental Studies Assignment
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The author states that the physical characteristics, as well as the process and encoding of the sound of the auditory scene, will be discussed in the report. Other aspects of the project reported in this paper, include the analysis of the perception as well as the interpretation of the sound’s perceptions.
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The Devastation Caused by Hurricane Katrina Environmental Studies Coursework
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The actual impact of the bill can be difficult to predict since it would depend significantly on how the programs launched through the bill are carried out. If the real victims of the hurricane manage to find the aid they need and deserve the impact would have been positive and it would be a satisfactory move on the part of the government.
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Earthquake as Catastrophic Phenomenon Environmental Studies Coursework
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Richter Scale is a way of “ranking the strength or size of an earthquake.” It is also known as the “local magnitude scale, was devised in 1935 by the American seismologist Charles F. Richter to rank earthquakes occurring in California. Richter and his associates later modified it to apply to earthquakes anywhere in the world.”
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Climate Change and North Atlantic Hurricanes Environmental Studies Term Paper
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The concepts which are associated with the North Atlantic hurricanes have often been attributed to global warming and man-made problems within the environment. However, it is noted that there are other concepts that are associated with this, specifically which is based on the natural climate changes and cycles that are occurring.
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Conservation Policies of Biodiversity Environmental Studies Research Paper
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Concerns on the current climate changes and global warming in the US and other countries the world over has led to efforts by the government policymakers to propose environmental conservation policies aimed at providing a remedy for the looming hazards that may result from environmental degradation.
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Comparative Analysis for Environmental Issue in Salt Lake City Environmental Studies Term Paper
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Despite great progress, polluted air is considered a major threat to the lives as well as the health of millions of people living in the United States of America and other different countries worldwide. Recent studies and statistics reveal that air quality in many regions across the United States is poor and often dangerous for humans to breathe.
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Analysis of Article about Global Warming Environmental Studies Essay
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The author is not biased at all in the article because she has included the interests of all audiences from refugees, to environmental immigrants, and to policymakers. For example in (Martin 398), she addresses the policymakers on managing environmentally induced migration and the challenges involved.
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Air Pollution in Beijing Environmental Studies Term Paper
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In conclusion, Beijing is a city powered by coal-fired electricity stations, which are responsible for air pollution and which continues to have potentially lethal impacts on China`s urban population. Polluted air consists of carbon dioxide, sulfur dioxide, and volatile organic compounds, which affect the respiratory system.
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Environmental Factors Influencing SpaceX Environmental Studies Case Study
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There are significant environmental factors which influence its overall business operations. The company is working very well ever since its establishment, however, like many other organizations it does require to make certain changes in its organizational policy so as to cope up with the current environmental conditions.
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Ferrets As Pets-Their Habits and Behavior Environmental Studies Coursework
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A study of the evolutionary history tells us that ferrets are very much different from conventional cats and dogs and even though it may look like ferrets have adapted to being domesticated, it is indeed not so. It needs to be understood that in spite of the cute looks this furry creature is not safe to be kept at home basically since it has carnivorous instincts.
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Keeping New-Age Ferrets As Pets Environmental Studies Coursework
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Ferrets are small predators belonging to Carnivora order and Mustelid family with the likes of minks, otters, badgers, skunks as well as weasels. Their charming looks have made them a favourable option amongst those wanting to keep exotic animals at home. Moreover, the ferret has been a useful tool for controlling pests, fur production and hunting rodents and rabbits.
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Food Security in Brazil Environmental Studies Coursework
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Brazil, like most of the developing countries, faces a major challenge of hunger where more than six million citizens are facing starvation (The Economist 2009). There is an urgent need to come up with policies that will boost food production and also help prevent wastage of produce. In general, the report will help to come up with better methods of food management and thus increase food security.
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How to Decrease Global Warming and Save the Environment Environmental Studies Essay
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The infrastructure of the island is also vulnerable to damages by high energy waves (Al-Haidan 2008). Consequently, the aforementioned factors combined with several others affect the economy of the Mahrain negatively (Ibid 2008). The humankind is also threatened by the changing global climate. This is one reason why people need to take care of the environment in the best way possible.
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The Causes and Future Effects of Global Warming Environmental Studies Term Paper
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The above gases emanate from certain natural and man-made activities. Carbon dioxide comes from natural processes like volcanic eruptions and respiration. However, human activities are leading to an excess amount of gas in the atmosphere through burning fossil fuels, deforestation as well as poor land use.
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How Do All Kinds of Smoke Affect the Environment Environmental Studies Article
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Now the effect of smoke on the ozone layer would be considered here as it is causing the ozone layer to diminish every other day. The stratosphere has been identified as an atmospheric layer which is essential for survival on Earth because it contains ozone gas which forms the ozone layer protecting the earth from ultraviolet radiation of the Sun.
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A Major Catalyst in Global Warming Environmental Studies Literature review
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It's pointed out that combining both the long and short term expectations to result from global warming, these events include, melting of glaciers, rising ocean levels, extinction of flora and fauna, rising and lowering the temperature, diseases such as malaria will shift to new regions where residents have no immune.
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The Effects of Water Pollution on Child Mortality Environmental Studies Term Paper
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It's pointed out that the number of water resources is either lessening or being abused and polluted as such the world is exposed to the threat of various diseases and death. As water belongs to the basic necessities, one is sure that the scarcity of the water will have an adverse effect on human lives.
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The Importance of Renewable Resource Over Fossil Fuels Environmental Studies Case Study
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It's pointed out that renewable energy is the power that is gathered from the sun, wind, and water. The mentioned natural resources renew or replenish through natural processes. Given the sustainability and abundance of the resources, many nations tap the resources to produce wind power, hydroelectric and solar energy.
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Is the Environment a Security Threat or Are We a Threat to the Environment Environmental Studies Term Paper
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Factors such as vulnerability to climate change on top of other issues of equal concern such as political and economic instability make such countries highly susceptible to widespread humanitarian disasters which could only be contained through appropriate measures to conserve our ecological resources and save our planet.
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Solutions for Renewable Water Sources in Desert Regions of the World Environmental Studies Research Paper
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Humans have about 60% content of water. Economy, wildlife, culture, etc are noting without mush resources of water. Water scarcity is increasing and there should be a sustainable solution to provide water for the urban as well as rural regions. It is clear, that Desert Regions have fewer sources of renewable water. 
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Global Warming: Atmospheric Emissions Inventories Environmental Studies Assignment
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The author states that as the density of these gases increases in the atmosphere, it becomes a better thermal insulator and retains more and more of the sun’s heat. It has been predicted by scientists that the Earth’s temperature will increase by 1.4 - 5.80C. The main culprit for this effect has been identified as the increasing amounts of certain gases.
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Contemporary Problems Faced by the Endangered Species Environmental Studies Term Paper
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As the world is developing it is seen that several conflicts have arisen within the environment itself. These conflicts relate to the loss of natural surroundings such as rain forests and Arctic ice. Moreover, another trend that has been related to the development of the world is related to the extinction of certain species existing in the world.  
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How Does Mexico Treat its Hazardous Wastes Environmental Studies Term Paper
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Hazardous waste is a by-product of industrialization and the lifestyle changes of the people and higher standards of living. The lifestyle changes have changed the quality of life and it also means that we are creating more wastes than ever before. Wastes and how to correctly dispose of it has become both a big problem for the country.
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Approaches to Climate Change in the Asia and Pacific Region Environmental Studies Term Paper
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Many economies in Asia have been developing at a rapid pace in recent years. The speedy growth of sectors such as transport, agriculture, forestry, and energy have created issues of climate change that have the potential to enhance sea levels and to gradually disturb the entire natural habitat that will create complications for future generations.
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Effects of Hydroelectricity and Dams Have upon the Ecosystem Environmental Studies Term Paper
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Freshwater and electricity are very essential resources that all humans depend on. Without dams, people could find it hard to get fresh water in dry seasons and more still; dams have been used as a source of food since fish and other edible aquatic animals can be reared in dams. Dams also have been utilized for a long time to control river flows.  
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The Use of Underground Resources: A Diagnostic Feature of the Anthropocene Environmental Studies Research Paper
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The Anthropocene epic has become a reality in almost every segment of the universe. It is still a new area of controversy and continuous knowledge and information are emerging at a fast pace. The Anthropocene is a geologic era that seems to be manifested by human behavior. Human beings have continued to exert pressure on the landscape in so many diverse ways.  
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Water Rights and Global Wrongs: Strategies for Environmental and Resource Governance Environmental Studies Term Paper
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The scarcity of resources in the world has taken an urgent turn in light of the explosive combination of an expanding global population, climate change wreaking its disastrous effects and unsustainable consumption patterns. What we are currently faced with is a situation wherein parts of the world are exceedingly wealthy and gobbling up resources in unsustainable ways.
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