• Global Warming Editorial Greenhouse Effect Problem
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    Dear Editor, Pollution in our world is leading to increased Global Warming. This Global Warming is a problem that if it doesn't effect us, it will effect all future generations to come. Global Warming is a problem that all of us can solve, and it should be solved through the work of our community. The Global Warming Problem is a big problem, with such an easy solution. Global Warming is caused by the Greenhouse Effect. The Greenhouse effect causes the sun's rays to come in the earth's atmosphere...
  • Acid Rain Lakes Pollution Fossil
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    Acid Rain As the century past, the industrial society kept advancing. However, many advantages of the industrial society brings us also has a down side. On eof the adverse effects of industrialization is acid deposition due to power plant, fossil fuel and automobile emissions. Acid rain is the popular term but the scientists prefer the term acid deposition. Acid rain can have adverse effects on the environment by damaging forests or by lowering the pH of the lakes and making the water too acidi...
  • Concern With Earth Global Warming
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    Essay We should all be very concerned about our future on Earth as human beings. We may not be at such an immediate risk of burning to death, but our future descendants are. Every year, the overall temperature has gone up slowly. Eventually Earth will be too hot to live on, and the human race will become extinct! The best way to save our future is to start now. Americans should be conscientious of global warming and should watch their CO 2 emissions because increasing CO 2 concentrations means a...
  • Fossil Fuel Carbon Dioxide Atmosphere
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    Fossil Fuel Consumption, CO 2 and Its Impact on Global Climate Background: At the beginning of human history, we had to satisfy our energy needs (for food, heat and movement) by using our own muscle power and gathering or hunting naturally available plants, animals and wood. Each stage in the evolution of human society (the development of farming, domestication of animals, harnessing of wind and water power) increased the average per capita energy use, but it was the Industrial Revolution and th...
  • History Of Nuclear Energy
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    The nuclear age began in Germany, in the 1930 s in the lab of chemist Otto Hahn. Hahn was attempting to produce radium (In great need during the war) by bombarding uranium atoms with neutrons. To his surprise, he ended up with a much lighter element, barium. That was 1938, This started the race for the power of the atom. Just four years later Canada entered nuclear age in cooperation with the british. Wartime, 1942: The British wanted a safe place to conduct nuclear experiments; Since their coun...
  • Policy Memo Global Warming
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    Global Warming Is A Serious Issue That Should Have Immediate Attention As Vice President Al Gore has said about the threat of global warming, it is "the most serious problem our civilization faces" (2). It has become quite an issue internationally because of the threat of increasing greenhouse gasses. It is these gasses, when released into the air, accumulate and then trap the heat inside our atmosphere. Our climate is greatly affected by this. Therefore, affecting all of the organisms on earth,...
  • Fossil Fuel Energy Home Waste
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    In the last thirty years, America has witnessed an environmental revolution. New laws like the 1963 Clean Air Act and the 1974 Safe Drinking Water Act forged new ground in political environmentalism. Social phenomena like Earth Day, organized by Dennis Hayes in 1970, and the beginning of large-scale recycling, marked by Oregon's 1972 Bottle Bill, have help change the way Americans think about the environment. As we approach the third millennium, however, we must reconsider our place on the plane...
  • Narrative Essay On Fossil Fuel
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    One of the world's most limited resources, fossil fuels is also one of the biggest industries. Population growth drives the demand for fossil fuel consumption. Unfortunately, the continued exploration for more resources simultaneously destroys the environment. This is brought into interest in the use of fossil fuels. It is realized that there are many trade-offs between the economic development growth in possible ecological and environmental destruction brought by using fossil fuels. Energy pro...
  • Fossil Fuel Natural Gas
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    After food, fossil fuel is human's most important source of energy. There are three major fuels: oil, natural gas and coal. Oil gives us our mobility, our cars, planes, trains, trucks and boats. Natural gas is used primarily to produce heat, like gas for cooking, and industrial processes. Coal is used primarily to produce electricity. It provides us with light, and power for electronic devices. web > The reason they are called fossil fuels is because they are all made from decayed plants and an...