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Industrial Hemp
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The modern world has come to rely on non-renewable resources as much as we rely on oxygen to breathe – which is becoming tainted, by the way, from our excessive use of non-renewable resources. The world relies primarily trees and oil, which... (more »)
Climate Change v.s. Climate Oscillation
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Climate change is defined as “a change in global or regional climate patterns...attributed largely to the increased levels of atmospheric carbon dioxide produced by the use of fossil fuels” by Climate change is... (more »)
Save the Polar Bears
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Global Warming can be defined as “a gradual increase in the overall temperature of the earth's atmosphere generally attributed to the greenhouse effect caused by increased levels of carbon dioxide, chlorofluorocarbons, and other... (more »)
Our World
In 20 years it is expected that our non-renewable energy such as coal, petroleum, natural gas, propane, and uranium will start to run extremely low or just run out. This type of energy is called nonrenewable because they cannot be replaced on a... (more »)
Animal Cruelty
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Every ten seconds in America another sweet, innocent animal is abused. These animals can range from a household pet like a dog and a cat, to a circus animal. Also farm animals, could possibly be abused.  Animal cruelty is harming any... (more »)
Environment Essay
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As the number of people increases in the world, we need to figure out how to protect our environment and to invent alternative methods to save our resources.  Once such method would be to use hydroelectricity to power a plant that would be... (more »)
Required Recyling
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I chose this topic because my family recycles often. We actually recycle weekly and our recycled goods are picked up every other week infront of our house by a special truck that only picks up recycled items. We like to separate plactic, metal... (more »)
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 Cages upon cages stacked by the tens, rusted, small and cold, containing two cats, cramped into the same space.  The smell of dirty cat liter fills the nose. It is so humid in this area and you inhale the smell musty cat spray... (more »)
ocean pollution
Most of pollution on Earth is in the oceans. A couple of weeks ago in science class, we learned about pollution in our nations and how it was spreading throughout the oceans. Guess who are the most wasteful people on the planet? That’s right,... (more »)
How Are We Changing The World?
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Global Warming and climate change are both huge issues faced worldwide, but how is it affecting Arkansas in particular?  How is it affecting Northeastern Arkansas in particular?  Recent studies have shown that climate change is affecting the... (more »)
Tesla Powerwall
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The Tesla Powerwall is a great stride in commercialising the next step towards efficiently utilizing a renewable energy source. The Powerwall is a solar energy powered battery capable of holding 7 kWh or 10 kWh, functional between -4 and 100... (more »)
In our world today, there is a lot of pollution but what I think is the biggest issue is the amount of trash that is produced. Some of that trash could be recycled. Instead, people are too lazy to recycle so they just put it in the trash or... (more »)
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Every year the earth loses about 0.01%-0.1% of its species. The numbers may seem small, but if we have roughly 100,000,000 species on earth, that's a minimum of 10,000 species gone each year! Some of these species are lost to natural causes... (more »)
I Speak for the Trees
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Ironically, in the book (on paper made from trees) the Lorax once said, “I speak for the trees for the trees have no voices to speak for themselves.” But who speaks for the materials in the environment that make the e-books? And... (more »)
Offshore Oil Drilling
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           Offshore oil drilling began in 1897 at the end of a pier in California and is still an important source of oil over 100 years later. In addition, there are currently 252 offshore oil rigs in the United... (more »)
The Same As You
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Cold. Dark. No room to move around. Not being able to stretch your arms and legs. This is the life of an animal in a factory farm. Animals in factory farms live a life that’s not worth living. Chickens are held in cages the size of... (more »)
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