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What Effects Do Pollution Have on Our Oceans...
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Abstract Who is going to help stop pollution? What is going to happen to our ocean if it does not stop? When are people going to start taking action? Where can we stop the source? Why haven’t we started taking action before? How can we stop... (more »)
Rough Tides
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I remember the day as if it had just happened. I'll always regret it, not listening to my father, as I turned the car onto the tiny gravel path. I shouldn't have looked away to yell at him that Hey, Dad, it's my first time driving.... (more »)
Wonderland
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The world is a super-fleeting-rundown place You look around and think, Just for a moment what have I got here. Trash-upon-pollution with nothing in-between Its suffocating me The air has never been breathable it’s a lie, It’s always... (more »)
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Mountaintop Mining
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Mountaintop removal mining is a form of surface mining that involves stripping the summit or the summit ridge of a mountain. It is harmful to not to only the environment, but the wildlife in the areas as well. It has a huge impact on human health... (more »)
Nintendo Creates Flower to Market for New Game
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In recent years Nintendo released a new game called Pikmin. It was recently discovered that they decided on a pretty good promotion. The created the Bacoba Cabana, a hybrid flower. The flower was created to look like the one on the yellow... (more »)
Blood Oil This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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Imagine that you and your mom are homeless because your house burned down. You wander through a barren town and down alleyways searching for food. Suddenly, a man appears and kills your mom before you can stop him. Then he kidnaps you and holds... (more »)
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The Future of GM Foods This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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Scientists around the world are developing remarkable new ways to engineer bigger and better seeds that produce more and cost farmers less. These farmers are, in turn, planting the seeds on 57.7 million hectares in the U.S. and on millions of... (more »)
Recycling Is the Way This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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The resources that are found on earth may be rich and extensive, but they are not unlimited. Oil is one of the main resources we use. Lunch boxes, toys, medicine, bottles, bags, shampoo, and telephones are just a few of the products that are... (more »)
Sketches
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It felt like a separate universe. Secluded, beautiful, humming with life. I never realized the true peace nature could give your heart until I spent a spring afternoon in the first grade exploring my backyard creek. Sparkling water licked at my... (more »)
Are Honeybees Going Extinct?
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The numbers of honeybees in the wild in North America are dropping quickly. The reasons being here in America we have harsh winters, soggy springs and two of the many terrible species of mites. According to an Ohio State University bee expert,... (more »)
Energy Use
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The condition our Earth is will get worse if we keep releasing greenhouse gases into our atmosphere. Damage to the Earth is because burning coal, oil, and other fossil fuels for energy. They work now, but there are many alternatives we should... (more »)
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The Truth Behind the Tale...
About 39 years ago it all began; the “sport” of capturing young orcas and separating them from their closely-knit pods, only to bring them into a world solely humans are capable of creating: aquariums. Few know of the harmful dangers that,... (more »)
Climate Change This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.
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Who is the criminal behind climate change? Who do we blame? You and all of the humans on Earth! We are the source of this international anomaly, since as early as the 1900s. As stated by the United States Environmental Protection Agency, our... (more »)
Air Pollution This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.
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Air Pollution It’s all around us, every minute of every day. We know that it is there but, we can’t always see it. We feel it but, we don’t know what it is. It is colorless but, in groups it makes a difference. We Inhale too much... (more »)
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The Disappearance of the Ozone?
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What is the ozone layer? Most people won’t be able to tell you the full definition. The ozone layer is a layer in the earth’s stratosphere. It starts at an altitude of about 6.2 miles (10km) and contains a high concentration of ozone... (more »)
Too Many Pets This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.
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Imagine a dank, crowded animal shelter. Dozens of pets are stuffed in small cages that line the hall. About half of them will end up being euthanized. Pet overpopulation is a growing problem and has been for decades. Now, there are 70... (more »)
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