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Meat: An Environment Killer This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
We’ve all seen our share of scientists in white coats, explaining what global warming is, why it’s dangerous, and what we can do to stop it. We encounter protests against fossil fuels and auto emissions. But the one industry that produces more... (more »)
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Animal Cruelty Must Stop This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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Every day in the United States animals are beaten, neglected, or forced to struggle for survival. Left in unsanitary conditions with no food or water, they have little hope as they live out their days without the compassion they deserve. Some are... (more »)
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A World in Danger This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
Since middle school, I have found that the study of the environment reflects a part of my personality. It all began with a National Geographic ­article about the Chesapeake Bay watershed. Although I live nowhere near, I found the story... (more »)
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Save this Earth
Without the Earth we have no where to live, along with many other organisms. If we don't save the Earth now maybe our children or grandchildren might not be able to see it for long. Our atmosphere is weakening and we have to do something about it... (more »)
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Eroding the Chesapeake Bay
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As more people move into the Chesapeake Bay watershed, development of new homes, roads, and businesses continues. We are choosing to move away from city centers and live in bigger houses on larger lots, causing wetlands, forests, and other... (more »)
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The Green Invasion This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
Green fashions, green brands, green makeup, green lifestyles. Green is the new pink in the world today. Going green has taken our ailing planet by storm, changing the everyday lives of its citizens. An immeasurable amount of the population is... (more »)
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Animal Rights (Slaughterhouse Conditions)
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Today in America the average person consumes anywhere from two hundred and sixty pounds to three hundred pounds of meat a year, according to a Cha-Cha search engine. That is despicable and extremely hard to fathom! This is exponentially more than... (more »)
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Our Mark on the Earth
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The gift of nature is perfect. In nature, we can see a beautiful reflection of something divine. The Earth harbors daily miracles: the celestial scenes of the sky, the endless oceans of the underwater world, the diverse and wonderful myriads of... (more »)
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Soul Food This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
Next time you’re outside, look around. Look left, right, across the street, under your toes. What do you see? If your neighborhood is like mine, you’re probably surrounded by green lawns, perhaps a row of flowers or a bush. Now, think of... (more »)
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Dear Meat Eaters
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Every year, approximately ten billion animals are brutally slaughtered for human consumption. You should not support the killing of animals because the are mistreated, unhealthy to eat, and eating meat is not natural. Animals raised in... (more »)
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Have a Heart and Go Vegan
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I am a vegan. It’s not difficult, and it’s not unhealthy. To tell the truth, for me, it’s the only way to go. I’d say the only hard part of being a vegan is explaining it to others. People just don’t understand! They can’t pronounce... (more »)
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Animal Alert: What is Going On?
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It MUST stop! Animal cruelty is a vicious thing. I mean, what DID the animals do? Like, really people? Leave the poor creatures alone. It is as if you see an ant crawling peacefully along the baseboard heating system of your house and... (more »)
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Just Tossing It This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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I'm sure many of you have seen food waste: the manager at the grocery store carting out boxes of cereal past their expiration date; the employee at the Pizza Hut throwing away anything that's ten minutes “past its prime;” your friends at... (more »)
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I am not a Freak This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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I Am Not a Freak I am not a freak Just because I am different from you, Because you do not understand me. Does having a passion make me strange? Do you not understand how it feels to have a passion? I cannot imagine being you:... (more »)
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Last Moments of Human Society
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Present human society,hears about lots of problems which causes fear in their minds.We are responsible for every natural calamities.Nature laughs at men and says,'Take whatever you want from me but give its price'.One of the price is... (more »)
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Shark Attack Survivors Attempt to Save their...
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Debbie Salamone, 44, had her achilles tendon bit off by a shark in a 2004 attack while she stood in waist-deep water. Salamone, along with a group of eight other individuals, who were ironically all attacked by sharks, went to the UN to rally for... (more »)
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