The Impact of Globalization on Water Resources

Understanding Globalization (GSSC 1083) Research Paper Professor’s name: Jamie Zarowitz Date: 17th January How has globalization impacted water scarcity? Can you imagine living in a world where the most abundant and needed resource water was not available to you? This is the reality many people around the world are facing right now. Globalization has brought … Read more

Review on Cultural eutrophication

Eutrophication, is the artificial enrichment of a water body or aquatic system with phosphorus and nitrogen nutrients, usually with an excess amount of nutrients. This process causes an excessive growth of plants and algae and due to the biomass load, may result in oxygen depletion in the water body. For example, as a response to … Read more

Negative Impact Of Coal Mining On The Environment

Coal extraction is more harmful than the burning process because it has a larger effect on the pollution it causes, contributes to climate change and lastly the landscape and surround .The extraction of coal can generate different types of pollutions that can affect both humans, animals and plant life. The different types of pollutions include … Read more

Social responsibility regarding the environment

Social responsibility regarding the environment is one of the crucial areas in today’s corporate social responsibility. In order to sustain in this competitive world most of the industrial and corporate houses globally are incorporating the concept of environmental element in their business operations. These industrial houses are clear in their perspective that along with the … Read more

ENVIRONMENTAL AWARENESS & PROTECTION: CAUSES AND EFFECTS

Natural contamination has existed for a significant long time yet just started to be imperative after the mechanical rebellion in the nineteenth century. Contamination happens when the consistent living space can’t destroy a segment without making devilishness or damage to itself. The parts included are not made by nature, and the beating system can contrast … Read more

Best Eco Friendly Cars

Global warming currently an earth related buzzword and a call for us to look further into reducing our total emissions into the environment. This reduction is the primary goal of sustainable living and it has become an even more desired lifestyle change in recent times. A¾ tràn¾ðîrtàtiîn àññîunt¾ for thå màjîritó îf daily carbon åmi¾¾iîn¾ … Read more

Oscillating tool for plumbing

Power-tool or Multi-tool is the name which can be given to oscillating tool for plumbing. This tool runs on both Mains (DC) or Battery (AC). The name”multi-instrument” is a reference to the many capacities that this apparatus can perform within the scope of connections accessible. Utilization of balance in a fitted edge enables the instrument … Read more

Scrap metal

Scrap metal originates both in business and residential environments. Typically a “scrapper” will advertise their services to conveniently remove scrap metal for people who don’t need it. Scrap is often taken to a wrecking yard (also known as a scrapyard, junkyard, or breaker’s yard), where it is processed for later melting into new products. A … Read more

Ecological Systems Theory: How The Surroundings Can Affect The Development Of The Child

For this research, the researcher relates to the ecological systems theory to explain the experiences of child headed households and how they survive in their everyday life where they are exposed to abuse, hunger, poverty, harm and lack parental-guardian relationship or guidance which is vital for child development. Ecological systems theory Bronfenbrenner developed his ecological … Read more

The problem with plastic

There is no doubt that plastic is incredibly useful. However, as author Jessica Knoblauch says “the chemical building blocks that make plastic so useful are the same components that might harm the people and the environment”. Plastic is made of chemical products derived from petroleum. However, most plastics contain other organic and inorganic compounds with … Read more

Marine Ecology

What is Marine Ecology? Marine Ecology is the scientific breakdown of marine-vigor dwelling, populations, and interactions along furthermore organisms and the surrounding setting including their abiotic (non-vibrant instinctive and chemical factors that performance the gaining of organisms to survive and reproduce) and biotic factors (animate things or the materials that directly or indirectly impinge on … Read more

Majora Carter: The Environmental Justice Activist.

Majora Carter is one of New York City’s most well-known environmental justice activists. In February 2006, Carter gave an inspiring eighteen minute speech on “Greening the Ghetto” at a TED (Technology, Entertainment, Design) conference in Monterey, California. More specifically, this convention calls attention to the prevalent issue of environmental racism and inequality among minority communities. … Read more

What is PEST analysis?

PEST analysis describes a framework of macro-environmental factors used in the environmental scanning component of strategic management. It is a strategic tool for understanding market growth or decline, business position, potential and direction for operations. PEST is an acronym for “political, economic, social, technological. In other words PEST basically stands for Political, Economic, Social and … Read more

What is Shark Finning?

“Shark finning refers to the removal and retention of the shark fins and the discard at sea of the carcass. The shark is most often still alive when it is tossed back into the water. Unable to swim, the shark slowly sinks toward the bottom where it is eaten alive by other fish.” (http://www.sharkwater.com/index.php/shark-education/ ) … Read more

Hydrothermal Vents – ecosystems below the sea

The hydrothermal vents are essentially geysers on the sea floor that support unusual chemical based ecosystems. Some scientists think that vents are the origin environments where life began on Earth billions of years ago. And the vents might also hold clues to life on other planets. This ecosystem may be one of the most ancient … Read more

Soil washing is generally considered a media transfer technology

Typical environmental problems involve contaminated soil, sludge, surface water, and groundwater, usually containing widely distributed contaminants such as heavy metals, organics and their byproducts/decomposition products, and low-level radioactive materials. To develop an effective treatment for a contact-contaminated soil or other waste, it is necessary to understand its physical and chemical characteristics, including the distribution of … Read more

What is Ecologism

There is much disagreement as to where Ecologisms origins lye, some may refer to ancient Pagon times when it could be argued that man held less explotative relationships with himself and the environment. Others may however aregue that Ecologisms origins emerged from the scientific emphasis of Ecology in the 19th century, while others propose emergence … Read more

Ecotourism in the world

Ecotourism in the world has been quite big over the years, but has grown in population in the more recent years. There are many different definitions to what ecotourism really is and even if it should be hyphenated because of the history behind it. With or without the use of the hyphen in the word … Read more

The Ecology of a Rain Forest

In 1980, the estimated amount of rain forests in the world was 40,000 square miles. This number decreases each year by roughly 1,000 square miles due to construction and the resources being used for profit. It is too bad, because the rain forest is one of the most beautiful places on earth. It is the … Read more