To avoid exaggerating human demand on nature, the Ecological Footprint includes only those aspects of resource consumption and waste production for which the Earth has regenerative capacity, and where data exist that allow this demand to be expressed in terms of productive area.” .www.wwf.org (March 25, 2007) p.39 .To further simplify this concept, an ecological footprint is the sum of all the land used to provide and produce food. Global Footprint Network.“Conceptually, EF can include biological and energy resources, pollution, land use, waste disposal and provision of natural habitats.
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Even though Cynthia’s story was ore captivating, Anna Wintour’s documentary was more credible because we saw her life happening.In the article they seemed too open, with no hesitation, to take Cynthia in.I was happy for Grace, but I felt like a lot of time was wasted.In Cynthia’s story, I did not like that the Mizell family sounded too perfect.In conclusion both stories had common characteristic, such as their character developments, but they also had the distinctive things that made them stand out, such as Anna’s fashion Issue and Cynthia’s asylum case.
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Corporation for National & Community Service.There will be no changes to lifestyle since the implementations will only affect land and water (Paul, 2000).Boston: Allyn & Bacon publishers.Retrieved July 26, 2007, from .Wetland ecology: principles and conservation.
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There are similarities between documentaries and mockumentaries as mockumentaries use all the documentaries codes and conventions, such as that turn a mockumentary into a documentary, be determined to show the film as a documentary even though it is not a documentary.The emerging of mockumentaries in our recent days of film industry has raped the pride of a documentary.Even though mockumentaries have documentary codes, it is still a fictional documentary, which is also called as a hoax.It is now hard to authenticate a documentary and disproof a mockumentary.In spite of the similarities in terms of its documentary codes, a mockumentary can never equal to a documentary.
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Hypotheses were formulated and tested using analysis of variance statistic.Nwafor, J. C. (1981) “An Evaluation of Land Conservation Problems of Extractive and Manufacturing Industries in Nigeria: A case study of Nkalagu Cement Industry” In U. M. Gbozurike (ed.)(1988), “Environmental Management: Case Studies on Industrial Waste water treatment”, Environmental issues and management in Nigeria Development.The response made showed that the use of chemicals in Zone A is one of the major causes of pollution in the area followed by the release of smoke from the industries which 24 people responded to it, while the poor disposal of waste and noise from machineries have responses of 23 and 20 respectively.It covers an area of about 110 hectares o...
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Little by little, the Earth is running out of space for all of the waste being produced.In the documentary, tests were performed on several different brands of bottled water.When the representatives and CEO’s of the big bottled water companies are interviewed they are asked questions about whether or not their product is safe and what their company does with the waste they produce.But in the documentary “Tapped,” it’s portrayed as a terrible thing to buy.Tapped Documentary .
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York University: 2008 .In the final third of the documentary, after a series of bleak picture of the condition of the planet.Around the world consumption of wood and paper products is increasing, the need for land for cattle growing supplier of meat and milk, and use of tropical forest lands for commodities such as oil palm become the main cause of deforestation world.Ethics of Renewable Energy.Sometime this is relatively harmless to ecosystem, but increasing the amount of waste could became too toxic for some organism.
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The last process is basically coal industries are usually supposed to reclaim the land but usually they leave the area bare.), Like walking onto another planet: Stories about the true impacts of mountaintop removal mining.Although in the documentary, “Burning the future: Coal in America” states that the coal is the most abundant and the cheapest.Roger Philpot 2003-2012.Mountain top generates a huge amount of waste because coal must be burned and it generates a lot of liquid waste which forms into slur.
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The crime scene can be traced back to the past few centuries using the documentary description of the blood shape, but in 1955 the Samuel Shepherd incident stimulated the progress in this field.The basic course of blood type analysis is the blood type basic analysis course.Research on blood pattern analysis of forensic science solves many practical problems by applying scientific knowledge of other fieldsBlood analysis is very important in a variety of situations.It flows through the entire vascular system and carries nutrients, oxygen, and waste products.Blood group analysis is a technique in the field of forensic science.Blood pattern analysis utilizes biology, chemistry, mathematics, and physics as scientific fields.Blood Pattern Anal...
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Reproductions that deliberately mislead us since, among other things, Vik Muniz defines himself as a “low-tech illusionist” and raises the question of the illusion of images.According to art critic Andre Seleanu: “Vik Muniz uses film photography to represent images and situations that he creates in line with Brazilian conceptual art of the 1960s.In 2010, the documentary film Waste Land, directed by Lucy Walker, followed Vik Muniz for three years in the realization of an unprecedented artistic project in the heart of the largest landfill in the world, Jardim Gramacho, located in the suburbs of Rio de Janeiro.originality is rooted in the multiplicity of materials he uses to perform his visual representations: peanut butter, tomato sauce, c...
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In the “Culture” section of its website, France Info notes the effectiveness of the documentary's script (alternating interviews and fictional sequences illustrating the words of the people interviewed).According to the online medium, the entire work is a relentless laying bare of the will of social media designers to influence our behaviors and shape our minds.The demonstration is however weakened by blaming social disturbances only on social networks and the motivations of former employees of Web giants who testify that they are not free from hypocrisy.The French daily Le Monde shares this analysis.The individual responsibility of Internet users is also underlined.
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...to a naturally sourced energy, but down the road you will thank yourself for the savings.... middle of paper ... .Devastating consequences our in process and we will falter, if we continue on as we are; it is our environmental obligation to aid our home in anyway possible.This documentary changed my entire perspective on how I live my life and the footprint that I leave.Yes they are pricey upfront, but they pay themselves off after a few years with twenty five dollar electric bills, of course this varies by usage.
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A Reaction paper to the documentary “… .However, in 1968, ten years after the agreement, no land was made available to any tenant farmer or sugar planter in Hacienda Luisita, opposite from the agreement made.The former 6,435 hectares of land is now down to 4,334.55 hectares since parts of the land were converted and sold to industrial companies.A reaction paper to the documentary film “Sa Ngalan ng Tubo” which is about t… .SUPREME COURT DECISION ON HACIENDA LUISITA: IMPACT OR IMPLICATIONS ON AGRARIAN REFORM IN THE PHILIPPINES After more than five decades of waiting, the Supreme Court, subsequent to issuing a temporary restraining order for land distribution, has now given its verdict on the case of Hacienda Luisita: “Distribute the agri...
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It creates a feel of what is actually happening in the documentary and what are the issues faced by the people there.The film fits into this theme because it is about our land and sea, about its sustainability.The third culture that I think is represented in the documentary is the coral reef culture.They sell land to the foreign people who make good use of it and paying the locals little to what they deserve.The important theme of this unit is “the land and sea: past, present and future”.
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Every minute, every hour of our own life, and the uses of out natural resources, this documentary showed us what we need to know – our nature’s deadline.Documentaries always give its audience a learning in the end, and this one, Oras Na, is saying the people should at least conserve water and energy, lessen the catching of fishes, and stop the cutting of trees.As what I’ve said in the second paragraph, each are having their deadlines.We should start taking care of what we have which we must have done before, before we regret and suffer from itself.And the deadlines set is going near.
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Columbia/HCA to pay the U.S. $745 million.federal courts: A content analysis based on agency theory.Bad mule: A primer on the Federal False Claims Act.Bar Journal 76, no.12 (April): 901-907. . How have these laws and policies been used to control fraud, waste, and abuse in federal health care programs?
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Surviving the Dust Bowl: Full Documentary [Video file].The fields of the Great Plains were mainly grown with wheat, for it was the crop that farmers thought will lead them to a wealthy life (Documentary, 2014).Works Cited Documentary Daily.The farmers did not know that the land has its limits, and ignoring it will have a consequence.Unfortunately, the land of the Great Plains was being overran by too many wheat fields.
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As the documentary stated, “water is now a valuable asset”.We must act now to save this planet’s water because the longer we wait, the more polluted water gets which makes more of Earth’s water unusable.The short documentary, Blue Gold, presented an issue of our planet’s water supply.Watching this movie definitely changed my perspective of water and I am more aware of the situation.I would recommend others to watch this short documentary because the more people aware of the situation, the more people that are willing to prevent and fix this situation.
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Municipal waste comprises of residue waste, bulky waste, sweeping, litter collections, secondary materials from separate collection and household hazardous waste.The waste is made up of paper, glass, textiles, cardboard, organic waste (food and garden waste) and wood (EIONET 2009).The improper solid waste disposal is as a result of dumping waste along the road side, dumps sites and illegal landfill sites, has led to pollution of the environment and prevention of development in a country forgetting that waste can be recycled.The research will include surveys from the process of collecting solid waste and recycling waste, the concern, belief and behaviour of people towards recycling waste.Our everyday activities can produce large variety o...
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Solid waste also is the term to describe non-liquid waste materials from the public (Nair et al., 2007).Department of Environmennt (DOE) will arranged the schedule or hazardous waste and the clinical waste is under the Ministry of Health (MOH).Ishizaka and Tanaka (2003) discussed the risk for the waste disposal system in Japan, is considering public conflict in the site selection process.Nema and Gupta (1999) proposed an improved formulation based on a multi-objective integer programming approach to reach the optimal configuration of a regional hazardous waste management system.Land filling has been used for many years as the most common method for the disposal of solid waste generated by different communities (Komilis et al., 1999).
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An example which supports the idea that the environment is inherently political is shown in the documentary “The Golf War”.This poses a conflict because there exists two different ways to handle the same land.Inevitably, it will have a different effect on everyone.If the land is to be used for tourism, the citizens (especially farmers) will have a great loss to their crops and ancestral land.To the U. S. Agency, the farmland and area around it is something that can be used for tourism – a way of getting money; whereas farmers and citizens are concerned about the destruction of the land and what they currently use it for – crops, for example.
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I’ll earn, try my best not to spoil and waste foods, and I will always ask for guidance to God for Him to help me conquer every obstacle.As an individual watching an uncommon documentary, I felt a lot of course.Starting now, I want to try giving importance with money.Because life is a risking adventure.I am thinking that after watching the documentary, most of the viewer’s felt what I felt too, realized what I realized too, and will change as I’ll change.
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In 2006, former senator Al Gore created an academy award winning documentary on global warming entitled “An Inconvenient Truth” .(McKibben, Think Again: Climate Change, 2009) web.The movie earned several awards including an academy award for best documentary and gore later received a noble peace prize.(2007, Febuary 5).Game Over On Global Warming.
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The final section of The Waste Land is dramatic in both its imagery and its events.The Waste Land Section V: “What the Thunder Said” .Eliot provided copious footnotes with the publication of The Waste Land in book form; these are an excellent source for tracking down the origins of a reference.This section of The Waste Land is notable for its inclusion of popular poetic forms, particularly musical ones.But Eliot also uses these bits and pieces to create high art, and some of the fragments The opening two stanzas of this section describe the ultimate “Waste Land” as Eliot sees it.
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Due to the attention that Devas’ project earned, however, the filmmaker created an online documentary – a series of videos – to share more details and information about his experiences, observances, and interactions with Goa hippies.“Goa Hippy Tribe” is an interactive documentary that features the Goan hippies.Case Study Analysis: Goa Hippy Tribe Introduction Towards the objective of applying concepts and ideas learned about online documentaries, the following case study analysis focuses on a selected online documentary.Our aim is to reflect on an online documentary not only by describing the content or message of the documentary but also by discussing points of interests, professional concerns, and conducting research about the issues r...
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As the demonstrated in the film documentary, corn is a key ingredient that quietly fuels almost every food product in the American society especially fast foods.An epidemic of obesity myths.Woolf, Aaron (Dir).After meeting Chuck Pyatt, a farmer who willingly lends them an acre of land, the two meet historians, agronomists as well other experts for advice before the planting season (King Corn).Washington D. C: Center for Consumer Freedom, 2005.
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An Inconvenient Truth.Al Gore, Billy West.Ms. Byrd’s boat passed between the ice and the land, giving her stunning photograph the illusion of being much farther out to sea (Peden).Picture two polar bears, a mother and her cub, the largest land predator on the face of the earth.Lawrence Bender Productions, 2006.
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In the documentary film “Carboneiros”, filmmakers expose the devastation inflicted on Brazil’s hardwood forests by peasants who burn down the trees in order to sell charcoal for a living.The second phase involves improving the water quality in storm water canals by identifying and eliminating illegal waste drains (2003, Horizons Solution).One of the most encouraging environmental improvement success stories of recent years is that of Gabon, an African nation that has declared ten percent of its land as protected natural parks (Nielsen, 2002).“As Portuguese colonists left their homeland and resettled in Brazil, they cut down vast swaths of forest to clear land and plant the crops they would need to survive in their new land” (Rich, 1999)....
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Secondary data were obtained from the Ibadan North Local Government Authority and Ibadan Waste Management Board.It is a spatial analysis known as proximity analysis, generating zones of a given distance around a feature theme.Land use map (1995), road map, elevation data, rail line data were made available from Ibadan Waste Management Board.720 questionnaires were distributed among the various stakeholders, which include the public, planners and officials of Ibadan Municipal Government and Waste Management Board.The land use maps was queried because site location must fall outside the land use areas so that settlement will not be polluted by the exhume/stench from the waste.
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One may wonder if 1930’s audience would have liked to watch real documentary, what if Triumph of the Will was to include scenes from the concentration camps, how would have the audience responded to the documentary?There are several types of documentary, but for this essay, I will pit two completely different ‘documentaries’ and analysis which of these two, make it closest to the above different definitions.Triumph of the Will a propaganda film made by Leni Riefenstahl and Super Size Me is a documentary by Morgan Spurlock are the two documentaries I will take into account because their genres are completely different from each other, and this could lead to an interesting analysis of the documentaries’ purpose and what they attain in the ...
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