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We Have One Chance Left
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This is Earth. Our planet that we must continue to live on for many more years. I am a strong believer in the fact that all lives are the same and we should not destroy pointless lives that we don't need to destroy. Habitats are extremely... (more »)
Global Leadership Starting with a Carbon Energy...
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Global warming is one of the great environmental challenges of our time. It involves scientific, economic and social problems. It involves complex social and economic issues that cannot be fixed by any one country.  The impact of moving... (more »)
Candy Wrappers
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The man was sitting on the bench, chubby, bold and dirty. He was wearing gray sweatpants, the bottoms were shredded, the strings dragged against the floor when he walked. He was wearing a tank top, it was ribbed and hugged the layers of fat... (more »)
Ocean Beauty Turned to Tragedy
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Ocean pollution is a problem not only for the animals that rely on the water to live but also us as humans. Even if the pollution doesn’t affect us directly it affects the world as a whole. Plastic in the water washing up on beaches that once... (more »)
The Cruelty Behind Meat
By , Dutch Harbor, AK
Freedom is something we all desire, whether it is the freedom to choose where to live or who to love; this simple right can become a life changing scenario. I’d like all of you reading this, to take a minute to think about where... (more »)
Global Warming
By , Paw Paw, MI
Storms are increasing in size. Droughts are lasting for longer periods of time. The Earth is constantly gaining more heat. Why is this happening? The answers are global warming and what it is, its effects on land, in the sea, and also the... (more »)
Dinosaur Trees This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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Did you know that prehistoric plants and animals are secretly living among us? Just recently, scientists have discovered links between some modern species and their prehistoric relatives. Take the crocodile for example; this species’... (more »)
Let’s Talk About Meat This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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Are you still sticking to your resolutions for the New Year? One of my resolutions last year was to go vegetarian – and I’ve only accidentally eaten meat four times since! That’s actually not too bad considering how... (more »)
Native Land This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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The sky is an ocean for dreamers to wade in. The moon an upturned bowl of ivory silk spun by the calloused hands of a grandmother who whispers the best ghost stories. The sun an infinite solar flare that glows but never burns.... (more »)
Bee-ware! This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.
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What do the words black, yellow, and endangered have in common? They describe the all important anthophila- more commonly known as the bee. If you didn’t already know, bees are going extinct, and this endangerment is not to be taken lightly.... (more »)
Look Up This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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When I’m hiking, it’s easy to lose myself in the rhythm and discomfort: the backpack straps rubbing my shoulders, thirst constantly scraping the back of my throat, the heat, the dust and the ache of my feet. It’s easy to... (more »)
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Bee Happy Put the Pest-Aside
By , St. Paul, MN
Honey bees are nearing extinction because of the use of pesticides and herbicides. Herbicides are toxic substances that destroy unwanted vegetation. People often use herbicides because the vegetation is invasive, or just takes up space and... (more »)
The Sunday Hunt
By , Allison Park pa, PA
The weather is just starting to turn, and leaves have begun to fall from the trees in Pennsylvania. On this warm and sunny fall Sunday everyone is outdoors enjoying the beautiful day before winter sets in. Almost everyone, that is. Hunters have... (more »)
Malaria
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Malaria is one of the world’s biggest killers. Malaria is a blood disease caused by a kind of mosquito. The world health organization is trying its best to overcome this issue The main cause of malaria is its rapid spread globally.... (more »)
Why Human Expansion to Space Is Beneficial
By , Northborough, MA
As humanity has grown it has expanded to fit its needs. In this day and age, humankind has started consuming resources at an alarming rate and has stopped exploring new places to compensate for the rate of consumption. As humanities population... (more »)
Should Cars Be Banned?
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The world has changed dramatically during the past 50 years. Industrial age has chased and has greatly influenced the present environment state. Cars have a great impact on the environment as they have several downsides as well as some... (more »)
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