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Possible Power Crisis Solution
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The state of California has suffered many difficulties in recent years. Two of the major situations facing the state, as well as many other states and territories thorough the U.S. is high unemployment and low electrical supplies. I may have a... (more »)
The REAL Difference Between Nature and Human...
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If you were to ask people what the true difference was Between nature and the types of places that people generally inhabit and which for the sake of discussion we’ll call “human civilization”, What do you think they’d say, besides... (more »)
The Rainforests of Atsinanana This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.
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The rainforests of Atsinanana are protected locations in Madagascar. Most wildlife found there is either: rare or endangered, distinct to Madagascar’s unique biosphere. The poaching and logging is putting a serious strain on the plant and animal... (more »)
Saving the Shores
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Going into the blue aquamarine means sand between your toes, salt water in your mouth and that aromatic sea air in your nose. The wind blows from east to west as the ocean tides rise and fall. We all agree that there is nothing compared to the... (more »)
Should Animals Be Used for Scientific or...
Although animal testing can seem cruel and unethical, animal testing has been proven to help with medical and scientific research. Medical and scientific research with the help of animal testing helps scientists with their understanding of certain... (more »)
Conserve, Not Splurge
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The ground shakes as the dilapidated tree crashes and meets its ominous final death. The seagull catches its last breath before it sinks into the oil that captured its family. The young girl lies in a hospital cot in a third-world country,... (more »)
Global Warming and Us
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We can see that the earth is getting warmer and warmer and it’s obvious in countries that encounter very hot temperatures in summer like Saudi Arabia. Some people thought that the increase in temperature was due to the extra heat generated by... (more »)
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Thai Elephants This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine. This work has won the Teen Ink contest in its category.
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Some people believe Thailand would be nothing without its elephants. The animal's deep religious meaning to the Hindu and Buddhist people has led to statues of the huge mammal all over the country. Elephants are used for tourism, logging, and... (more »)
Waste Not Want Not This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine. This work has won the Teen Ink contest in its category.
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If your parents always made you sit at the kitchen table until you finished your dinner, the following announcement is certain to disturb you: Americans are wasting up to 40 percent of the country's food supply. It's a statistic that ought... (more »)
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Who Cares About Bats Anyways? This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine. This work has won the Teen Ink contest in its category.
Did you know that bats are the only mammal that flies? Did you also know that more people die from coconuts falling on their heads than from diseases transmitted by bats? Many people think that bats are bacteria-ridden, spooky nuisances, but what... (more »)
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Saving Pandas – One Last Chance This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine. This work has won the Teen Ink contest in its category.
On September 23, 2012, the world's newest panda born in captivity died at the National Zoo in Washington, D.C. The baby panda, unnamed because of the Chinese tradition of naming pandas after one hundred days of life, was only a week old.... (more »)
Global Warming
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The Earth, the botanical big blue ever changing marble, is changing in a potentially irreversible way. Global warming is plaguing our world with temperature fluctuations that create chain events, but before we can understand what these events are,... (more »)
Should the Keystone-XL Pipeline Be Approved?
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Should the construction of the Keystone-XL pipeline be approved? “America needs to fix its economy!” “The United States needs to import less!” “We need to create more jobs!” It seems that more and more often these phrases echo around... (more »)
Keystone Pipeline
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Headlines of the Keystone Pipeline have been in newspapers and online all over the country. Protests and debates about this controversial subject are covering websites. What is this all about? It is about a fight for our economy and the fragile... (more »)
Not eating meat This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.
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Meat. Is it worth killing thousands of animals yearly when there are plenty of other foods to eat? While it may seem to some that animals are just food and don’t know what’s going on before they’re killed, it is actually true that animals... (more »)
Dog, Man's Best Friend? Or Test Subject
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“Dog, man’s best friend,” is a common statement and throughout history animals can be seen side by side with man. Growing up, we have all had experiences with animals. You probably begged your parents for the puppy in the window or for the... (more »)
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