Most Recent Environment Articles

Here are the most recent environment articles:

Unnoticed Leaves and Their Story-Filled Scars
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One peaceful Autumn afternoon on my way home from school, I stopped at the final left turn before entering my gated community. 22.6 miles later, I catch myself listening to “Tilikum” full volume, as I start to brainstorm ideas... (more »)
Air Pollution
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We can’t see it. This poison that claims seven million lives annually. It is an invisible killer that makes itself seem less dangerous than it actually is. It lures its victim in and in a blink of an eye, a live is lost. We are both the... (more »)
Levels of Carbon Monoxide Aiding in Global...
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While many people like to think that global warming isn’t real and is not a problem on our planet, it is, in fact, a very real problem and has affected our planet in some extremely horrible ways. Climate change is one of those ways. While some... (more »)
What Our Country Can Learn from My...
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My cousin named Haylie went through one of the toughest expertise a person can have. Can you Imagine walking over dead bodies, and seeing your own teachers on the ground. That is what my cousin Haylie had to do. Haylie is from Parkland, Florida... (more »)
Diary of a Circus Elephant
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All year round, hot air flushes from the rusty vent on the ceiling close above my head. It makes me drowsy and dulls my vision. Somehow, the air seems stale. It feels old and used, like I feel. It is breathable, but not quality. I wish for open... (more »)
The Great Brown
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I long for it all week. The drive up to San Francisco Bay with my earbuds in listening to Dean Lewis thinking about the hot chocolate from the Ghiradelli store. Right across the decadent building is Aquatic Park. A body of water with the wharf... (more »)
Is Global Warming a Hoax?
According to a piece of recent news, it may cost 22.1 trillion to 41.6 trillion between 2020 and 2025 in order to keep the average global warming under two degrees Celsius (Health Saving). The study shows that it may cost much in order to deal... (more »)
The Threat of Poaching in Africa
By , Wyckoff, NJ
Africa is home to many different species of wildlife. However, there is one conflict that continues to be a large threat to the environment. Animal poaching is when an animal is killed illegally. This will often occur because the animal... (more »)
California Wildfires
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California wildfires have been spreading non stop from 2017. The California wildfires started by humans who have started a fire of an sort and not put it out properly. When the wind blows, the hot amber might blow away and catch grass or any... (more »)
I'm Sorry
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To the inhabitants of the planet Earth 100 years from now… I’m sorry. I’m sorry that the planet is in ruins in the future because of what we humans did in the past. I’m sorry that the air you breathe is... (more »)
The Fate of Coral Reefs
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“Why?” he will ask, lowering his raised hand. His brow will furrow and his eyes will be wide with not only confusion, but the determination of a curious student to understand the answer. “Why did nobody stop it? Why did nobody... (more »)
Drilling in Alaska
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For 40 years, Alaska has been under serious debate. In 1980, the president, Jimmy Carter, signed the Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act. This act protected over 157,000,000 acres from economic development such as oil drilling.... (more »)
Why Should People Carpool?
By , New Orleans, LA
According to statistics, the average American spends 40 hours a year stuck in traffic. If everyone carpooled once a week then they can reduce traffic by about 20%. This would make a noticeable change in our daily lives. A lot of people do not... (more »)
Cleaning Up Oil Spills
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Imagine an environment filled with oil on the beaches and in the oceans. All you see is a thick black motor or crude oil on the top of the ocean and all those animals in the sea are dying. They can't swim, fly, eat, breath. They will die... (more »)
My Sacred Place
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I wholeheartedly agree with philip lester in her artical my sacred place. I agree that humans destroy animals home for pointless stuff like malls. I also want to be a vet when I grow up, Ive alwsys had a bond with animals from snakes and ferrets... (more »)
Trump, Pruitt and the Waiting Wasps’ Nest
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Once I was camping with some friends and we were messing around near a wasps’ nest. I tried to warn my friends. One listened, but the other didn’t. Because he didn’t listen to me, he walked right into the nest and got 120 wasp stings. His... (more »)
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