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Electricity, identified as a basic human need, is a key to economic growth, generation of employment, elimination of poverty and human development especially in rural communities. Adequate supplies of suitable forms of this energy at acceptable cost for development, is an essential prerequisite for power providers .The sharp increases of oil prices in early 70s drew attention to energy supply problems (Energy in Ghana 2010). Developing countries in particular felt the impact of the high oil...
It can be difficult to transport animals to safe places when disaster strikes. Disaster preparedness is very important for animals, because of large size and the more requirements needed for shelter and transportation etc. Disasters can strike anywhere and of any type including, hazardous materials, barn fires, propane line explosions, and train derailments, all of which may necessitate migration. It is important to be prepared to protect your livestock, whether by migrating or by sheltering in...
Cambodia is one of the countries on the mainland of Southeast Asia. Cambodia is 181,035 square kilometer in total area, and the total number of population is nearly 14 million in 2008. Cambodia shares the border with the three countries in Asia such as Thailand, Lao People's Democratic Republic, and Socialist of Vietnam and about 6400 kilometer in total border. Actually, 80 percent of the total populations are farmers. They grow crops, especially rice paddy, for daily use in the families and...
During the current reauthorization process, methods to address the environmental impacts associated with airport operations and expansion are likely to be debated. This issue is important to various stakeholders, particularly those whose health, property values, and quality of life may be affected by such impacts. The concerns of community members and local, state, and tribal agencies regarding environmental impacts have led to the delay and cancellation of some airport expansion projects. To...
Carbon emissions have become a major factor of environmental pollution nowadays that causes a strong negative impact on climate conditions. Scientists pointed out that the increasingly amount of CO2 blown into atmosphere will not only harmful for wildlife, but directly damaging food production and livelihoods (Application of the Emissions Trading Directive, 2008). Human activities are responsible for carbon emissions mostly and nearly 30% of carbon emissions were absorbed by the atmosphere and...
This is a literature review about the effects of environmental pollution in India and the world in general, entitled as India starts work on climate action plan as published in New Scientist magazine by New Scientist Environment and Reuters news agency, on 13th July 2007. It states that due to the rise in earth s temperature accelerated by human activity that this is leading towards Global Warming . India s economy is growing rapidly, contributing towards global greenhouse-gas emissions. As...
We are promoting the use and sale of the product, the Fly Glider. This report aims to show the capabilities and possibilities of the product to collect real time ocean data for various purposes and situations. The world ocean serves as an important part of the world wide economy: as a transportation highway, as a source of food and minerals, and more importantly as the primary source for most of the oxygen we breathe. Despite its relative importance, the ocean is mistreated by the amounts of...
Carbon dioxide is a colourless, odorless, tasteless, incombustible gas that is 1.5 times heavier than air. Its chemical formula is CO2 and is produced after complete oxidation of carbon containing compounds in processes like combustion, and in biological processes like, respiration, decomposition of organic materials and fermentation. It is mainly used by plants in the process of photosynthesis to produce carbohydrates. It is also used in fire extinguishers, refrigerators and in carbonated...
All rainwater contains constituents that are taken up from catchment surfaces or washed out of the atmosphere. Atmospheric gases are dissolved in rainfall droplets above the oceans and seas; salts are taken up from the fine spray over the water surface and from land areas, particularly in dry regions; and dust particles are washed out, causing high levels of turbidity in harvested rainwater. Rainwater is usually slightly acidic because it reacts with carbon dioxide (CO2) in the atmosphere to...
Like most natural resources, potable water is under threat of being exhausted due to over-consumption. And like most natural resources, once depleted, regeneration of the ground water and surface water will take hundreds of years. At the present rate of consumption every opportunity needs to be utilized to conserve our sources of water and create legislation that will encourage judicious use of water. Governmental agencies and private enterprise should mobilize their resources to build proper...