Most of the water bottle samples were under 1 CFU/mL, though there were 15 water bottle samples containing 6-4900 CFUs/mL.” (Wikipedia) It tells us some times the bottled water is dirtier than the tap water.(Zhi) This means if the bottles are polluting the underground water, then we can’t drink the tap water because of the pollution.There is a study find that “in 57 bottled water samples and tap water samples, all of the tap water samples had a bacterial content under 3 CFUs/mL and the bottled water samples’ bacterial content ranged from 0.01-4900 CFUs/mL(colony-forming unit).“The United States is the largest consumer market for bottled water in the world, followed by Mexico, China, and Brazil.” (Wikipedia) Here is some data about bottle...
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Works Cited Wikipedia the free encyclopedia.Consequences of Global Warming (2006).According to Wikipedia the free encyclopedia, global warming was discovered by Joseph Fourier in 1824 and investigated quantitatively by Svante Arrhenius in 1896 and is stated as the warming of planet’s surface due to “emission of infrared radiation by atmospheric gases.Increase in CO2 leads to its dissolution in ocean water and forming carbonic acid resulting into ocean acidification meaning a change in pH of ocean waters and consequently a total change in the eco-balance leading to disappearance to certain species of living forms in the ocean.Wikipedia the free encyclopedia stated that more than 160countries signed the Kyoto Protocol an international agre...
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But the most endangering is the water pollution because Governmental regulation that effectively concerns the problem: .This research will answer to :the types of pollutions that are generated by the gold mining companies, pollution effect on the environment, governmental regulations that would address the pollution problem, role of NGO’S (Non-governmental organizations) and citizens to reduce environmental effects of gold mining, and the companies who are less or more environmentally responsible.Their effect on environment is discussed below: Air pollution: When pollutants are not diluted properly and are emitted into the atmosphere, called air pollution.These problems affects domestic water supply, irrigation, swimming, fisheries, li...
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The second cause is water deficit in Al-Batinah coast which is about 350 million cubic meters per year because sea water goes through groundwater layers and this causes groundwater pollution.Integrated water resources management (IWRM) which has been defined by the Global Water Partnership (GWP) as “a process which promotes the coordinated development and management of water, land and related resources, in order to maximize the resultant economic and social welfare in an equitable manner without compromising the sustainability of vital ecosystems”.One of the causes of this problem is saltwater intrusion, “saltwater intrusion is the movement of seawater into aquifers and salt water mixing with ground water, which can contribute to ground ...
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Breaking News, Analysis, Politics, Blogs, News Photos, Video, Tech Reviews - TIME.com.Euranet, European Radio network.Children Of The Revolution - TIME.Smoke and pollution from coal power plants formed heavy pollution in the air and the drinking water.Retrieved February 25, 2011, from www.euranet.eu/eng/Archive/News/English/2009/October/Hungary-20-years-after-the-fall-of-Communism
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Yale global online.id=1017&page=2> .Involvement of various states has lead to “the advent of global environmental challenges that can not be solved without international cooperation, such as climate change, cross-boundary water and air pollution, over-fishing of the ocean, and the spread of invasive species.It is however, highly difficult for China to balance between its economy and the pollution problem it faces.If seen closely initially globalization lead to rapid industrialization which was a major source of pollution.
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What is organic farming?(Wikipedia, 2011, para.Pros and cons of organic farming.Traditional agricultural.Protecting environment is our duties, and we need pay more attention to protect our environment.
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s part of its effort to harness the nation’s water supply, China has a large dam-building program with over twenty-five thousand dams nationwide–more than any other nation.(Not per capita however) The increase in China’s emissions is primarily due to the country’s reliance on coal, which accounts for over two-thirds of its energy consumption, contributing to sulfur dioxide emissions causing acid rain.* Greenhouse gases- In 2008, China surpassed the United States as the largest global emitter of greenhouse gases by volume.(Wikipedia) .About one-third of China’s population lacks access to clean drinking water.
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Ministry of Environment and Forest (MoEF) :: Government of the .1995| The Bangladesh Environment Conservation Act| An Act to provide for conservation of the environment, improvement ofEnvironmental standards and control and mitigation of environmental pollution.| 2000| The Environment Court Act| An Act to provide for the establishment of environment courts and matters incidental thereto.| 1997| The Environment Conservation Rules| A set of rules specifying the governments stand in terms of pollution, preservation and all other related issues| 1997| The Environment Pollution Control Ordinance| An Ordinance to provide for the control, prevention and abatement of pollution of the environment of Bangladesh.| 1970| The East Pakistan Water Pol...
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By reusing materials in their original form instead of throwing them away or passing those materials onto others, one man’s trash becomes another man’s treasure.Since ancient times, nature has served us by giving us everything we need from the air we breathe, to the food we eat, to the water we drink, to the wood we use to build and fuel our home.In 1866, German biologist Ernst Haeckel defined Ecology as, "the comprehensive science of the relationship of the organism to the environment” (Wikipedia).The key part of waste reduction is conservation – using natural resources wisely and using less than what you think you “need” can avoid any excess waste.If reducing and reusing do not fit the criteria of one’s needs, recycling is also an opti...
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(Mideast faces fresh water crisis, By Staff Writer on Sunday, March 16, 2008) Another major cause of shrinking water supply is water pollution; it becomes a major problem for all the countries of world, developed countries in Europe and North America face problems due to water pollution.(Water Politics, 2008) As shortage of water increases by time to time, many countries of the world try to prevent this shortage by making laws and strategies for efficient use of water in house holds and industrial sectors.They attempt to make water reservoirs like dams and barrages to control the flow of water down stream and to fully utilize the river water and make it sure that not a single drop of water wastes.(Hinrichsen & Tacio, 2001) In the com...
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2,2003] Furthermore, toxic ocean pollutants are a major contributing factor towards marine pollution.To conclude, it could be said that humans are responsible for the damages and the pollution in the ocean.Thus, controlling this form of pollution is important to maintain a healthy ocean ecosystem.Humans are directly responsible for marine pollution.Moreover, non-point pollutants(agricultural)is also one of the major contributing factor towards marine pollution.
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All aspects of that burnings are making atmospheric carbon dioxide concentrations increased (Wikipedia).At present, human activity of carbon dioxide is more than 20 times of natural sources of carbon dioxide (Wikipedia).In many tropics, forests can save our air from pollution because trees can remove carbon from the atmosphere during the process of photosynthesis and release oxygen back into the air during normal respiration (Wikipedia.).Because global warming firstly effect climate change, then increased evaporation will decrease the effectiveness of reservoirs (Wikipedia).In other sources, Wikipedia claims that global warming is “the increase in the average temperature of the Earth’s near-surface air and oceans since the mid-20th centu...
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The combination of this and the results of the chemical reaction make the water toxic to shell fish, crayfish and other aquatic species.Water vapors from acid rain can enter into the homes through open windows, poor insulation around doors and windows, ventilation systems and vent pipes that can affect air quality of the home as well as outside environments.Some of the EPA’s initiatives are the SO2 Reductions and Allowances Trading under the Acid Rain Program involves Phase 1, which imposed tightened annual emission limits of higher emitting plants by installing pollution control devices.Ground water supply sources can become contaminated and affects everything the water is used for.The EPA requires any new or upgraded boilers or generat...
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07 Jan. 2013. .Diplomatic Courier, 13 Oct. 2008.Water now flows only into the northern part of the lake (Wiki).Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan were part of the former Soviet Union during the 1960s, the time when they began to divert the rivers flow of water.“Vital Water Graphics.” The Disappearance of the Aral Sea -.
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... middle of paper ... .USA has four deserts: the Mojave desert, the Chihuahuan desert, the Sonoran desert, and the Great Basin desert.While there is no scientific evidence of the cause of the birds’ deaths, the article presents a few possible causes to it, but leaves the pollution hypothesis aside, as if this could be the last cause.The largest desert is the Antarctic desert, followed by the hot Sahara.Interestingly, the same phenomenon happened in certain regions of countries like Italy, Sweden, Brazil or New England.
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Lastly, the Wikipedia encyclopedia has found that .The algae occur in masses both in salty and fresh water bodies.Both species produce a water soluble toxin of high potency level that affects animal nervous systems.Red water: .In some locations off the coast of Mexico, according to the Wikipedia encyclopedia, the Gulf of Mexico has been a natural habitat for the microbes since the discovery of the new lands.
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Salt water also has a strong tendency to break down objects.“Deicing – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.” Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.They turn into ice when they are hit by the wings of passing airplanes.De-icing techniques are also used to make sure that engine inlets and various other sensors around the edges of the airplane are color of ice and snow.This situation can cause drag.
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Refinery factory make heavy pollution every year, and some of factories put toxic liquid in oceans, and cause many animals dead.Electric factories only make little pollution, and right now persons have known how to do with pollution from electric factories.Gas-power cars are negative at three main places: pollution, economics, and energy.Gas- power car can make noise pollution.(Wikipedia, web) The report supported those electric factories with low pollution.
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Other solution is desalination in order to obtain clean water, this may be used for a more developed and industrialized regions.It gets worse when this food and water shortage issue is coupled with poor economic situation.Education, health, unemployment and global environment problems are the effects of overpopulation.But, we could begin to diminish those problems by involving the governments to introduce laws such as charging taxes on 2nd children, opening more schools in rural areas and laws to conserve our existing natural resources.Together, we can always create the world a better place to live.
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org/wiki/Stony_Creek_Metropark .The park has brought back and continues to bring back the osprey from extinction.At one time the dam that makes the lake had to be repaired before it caused an issue with the balance of the water in the lake and for the creek, and the park in general.The effect that humans have on this park did not cause the issue with the water lose, but there is a negative effect to the park due to pollution from garbage, car exhaust, and the natural waste of the ecosystem.The parks focus to maintain and keep the parks natural beauty and life from failing is a process and structure that requires constant help from humans.
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Since the start of man to sail through the sea, coral reefs and its inhabitants had been suffering man-made pollution such as oil and chemical spills.In the case of our country, tailings caused by mining activities of large companies had been a cause of water pollution and depletion, poisoning of wildlife and vegetation (FreedomFighter, 2005).DDT was initially used to combat mosquitoes spreading malaria, typhus, and other insect-borne human diseases (Wikipedia, Insectides).But the Silent Spring (1967) of American biologist Rachel Carson had contributed to the stop of DDT use due to its bad ecological and human health effects (Wikipedia, DDT).Species declining in number because of pollution includes the Hawksbill turtles (Eretmochelys imb...
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“Global warming I define as an increase in the earth’s atmospheric and oceanic temperatures widely predicted to occur due to an increase in the greenhouse effect resulting especially from pollution.The most dangerous feature is the edit button in it.So that people can read the article in their own language.Thus, the overall article was well structured with having least error in it.The article has some complex situations where it uses different language.
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For instance, The Great Barrier Reef was declared as a world heritage area in 1981, there have been more than two million people visited the reef each year and generated more than “$AU2 billion in tourism dollar, making tourism a major earner for the north-eastern Australian economy” and also gave negative impact that damaged fragile corals by reef walking, polluted in the water with human activities not only fuels from boats but associated with ”run -off sweat and suntan lotion” affected on the reef environment (Australia Government, 2007).In spite of the benefits aforementioned, promoting Tourism can negatively impact on the sites itself and the environment due to constructions, pollution and over urbanization.Wikipedia- the free encyc...
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This gave control to states to decide what they would use their water for.Environmental Protection .. For a long time in the US water pollution control were taken on a basis of water quality standards for bodies of water such as streams, lakes and rivers, receiving bodies of water.Class A – Primary water contact recreation .Class C – Public water supplies prior to treatment and .In the late 1960’s the US revived the 1899 Refuse Act which prohibited discharging anything into navigable water unless certain permits were obtained.
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Promoting water as a commodity has led to an increased control of water by multinational corporations (MNC).Water scarcity in these regions is not necessarily caused by a physical lack of water.In Africa south of the Sahara, where agriculture is predominantly rain-fed (that is, it relies on rainfall for water), farmers’ access to water is limited based on time (during droughts and dry seasons) and space (in arid areas).Another cause of water scarcity could be the increasing rate of pollution of the water available.Clean water is the water that is safe enough to be consumed by humans with low risk of immediate or long term harm (Wikipedia 2014).
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Another inspiring story is the SouthWest Organizing Project (SWOP)  in San José which works with Chicano communities and Indian organizations to spread awareness environmental racism and resources for combating it.One inspiring story I found was about a situation in 1982, when North Carolina State officials decided to locate a PCB (polychlorinated-biphenyl) landfill in a predominately African American community.According to Wikipedia, environmental racism is “racial discrimination in race-based differential enforcement of environmental rules and regulations; the intentional or unintentional targeting of minority communities for the siting of polluting industries such as toxic waste disposal; and the exclusion of people of color from ...
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This area has been considered a hotspot because it has been lately exposed to the following: agricultural development; development of the coastal areas; excessive fishing; production of sugar cane which consequently led to pollution of the elements involved in it; as well as, rapidly increasing number of people emerging in the area (Zubi, 2006).This two-hundred-square-kilometer coastal area is in jeopardy due to the following: development of the aforementioned coastal area; pollution brought about by clearing of the land; excessive fishing; as well as, the general public’s agricultural activities (Zubi, 2006).The 200-square-kilometer-body of water is somehow defenseless and endangered because of the following: the business of harvesting ...
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During the Industrial revolution the merchant rose as the dominant force in the capitalist system and this affected the decline of the traditional handcraft skills to machine produced goods (Wikipedia, n.d.).This rise created many problems including air and water pollution, increased crime rates, poverty, deforestation, and the formation of slums.(2006, August 13).The initiative of the government to take interest of the works, modernization of the infrastructure, opening of schools, providing proper sanitations and bringing about health and water facilities (Urbanization During the Industrial Revolution, 2010).History of Capitalism.
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It is so considered due to speculations of the theoretical perspective that restoration itself is the ‘application of ecological theory to ecological restoration’ (Wikipedia Encyclopedia, 2010) Therefore, the ethical considerations supportive of this theory and it applications in the future are quite clear.It is heartening however to realize that steps have been take to ensure that species of life on earth apart from man are preserved.The specificity of how the actual restoration is to be pursued is still a matter of research.Man bounds with nature, natural vegetation, water, rivers, oceans and land.Also it is a wonderful for the future that humans have taken the ethical responsibility of doing so.
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