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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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Taking Better Care of the Earth
We take so much from the world, every day. The plants, the animals, the air we breathe are all crucial to our everyday lives. So, why don’t we take better care of the place where we live? If you think about it, the earth is just one big home.... (more »)
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Planting a Vegetable Garden
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Food is wonderful thing. Many people across the nation would agree. They would also agree that if there was a more natural and resourceful way to obtain their food they would hop to it immediately. This can be done by simply planting a garden.... (more »)
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Earth Shaking
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In 45 years, the world’s supply of oil will run out. In 5,000,000,000 years, the sun will die. In years yet to be predicted, the apocalypse will finally put in an end to the world’s environmental problems. With big numbers like these,... (more »)
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Be a Tree Hugger
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Trees are even more important to our ecosystem than we are. The give us fruits and nuts. But for every tree we plant 30 are cut or burned down? Did you know… 1 young tree keeps the air as cool as 10 air conditioners going 20 hrs. a day in... (more »)
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Global Warming
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Fire chuckles Pollution bubbles The earth slowly deteriorates Into a massive deadly puddle (more »)
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Draw in The Fishing Line
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0. Introduction “Jacques Cartier was amazed by the large number of fish his ships caught in the Grand Banks when he arrived in what is now Canada in 1534. He called the Grand Banks terra dos baccalaos, which in Portuguese means ‘land of... (more »)
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Morning Life
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How many would have thought, that noisy alarm clocks and screaming family members weren't what got you up in the morning. Not truly, not completely. As the two girls stepped outside gentle gusts of wind blew the cheerful, noisy, and sometimes... (more »)
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The Meadow
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The meadow on our property is divided into four smaller fields. Three of them are for grazing our beautiful horses, and the last is for the corn-field. As you walk down the slope, following the little trail through the scarce woods, the wind... (more »)
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Ask the Trees
Ask the tree how it feels- How it feels to be once one of many, And then to be all alone. Do you think they feel happy standing solitary among the carcasses of their brothers? Ask the trees what they see- What they see when men in trucks... (more »)
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Why Parks are Useful
In a world where complex alternative energy resources such as nuclear energy, solar power, E85 ethanol, and hybrid cars are being utilized to combat global warming, there is another way of decreasing our spewing of greenhouse gasses while also... (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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Revisiting the Marin Headlands
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It was mid-July, and the overcast sky covered the horizon from one end to the other. I stepped outside the warm car into the harsh chilly air and smelled the salty breeze. I gazed around at my friends and parents who were also climbing out of... (more »)
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Living a Life While Going Green
We all know that we should start thinking about the future? Well…there are many reasons of why we should go green instead of staying without green. Many of the reasons why we should go green are we need to stop global warming, climate... (more »)
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A Single Flower
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A single flower stands tall in a field of dirt -A field of dirt that was once its home, and once its friend. The entirety of humanity, and its fellow animals, had been destroyed in a nuclear war. Rain pelted the ground angrily, as if punishing the... (more »)
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Global Warming
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Fire chuckles Pollution bubbles The earth slowly deteriorates, Into a deadly massive puddle (more »)
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