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Climate change (Global Warming) or weather conditions change (Climate Change) is the global average temperature increase of the effect of global warming. Or at our well-known name in the Greenhouse Effect by global warming. Which is the cause of increased human emissions of carbon dioxide from burning various fuels, transportation and industrial production. In addition, we have added human group nitrous oxide gas. Fluid and chloro Robert carbon (CFC) to also simultaneously. With our cutting and...
Green revolution refers mainly to dramatic increases in cereal grain yields in most of the developing countries. It can also be defined as the renovation of agricultural practices which began in Mexico in the 1940's. it started spreading to other parts of the globe in the 1950's and 1960's as a result of the success in producing more agricultural products and hence increasing the amount of calories produced per acre of agricultural land. Researchers in Mexico developed broadly adapted, short...
pollution as Air pollution is contamination of the indoor or outdoor environment by any chemical, physical or biological agent that modifies the natural characteristics of the atmosphere. Increase in the level of toxicants in the air, especially in Asian developing countries[2], has rather made the situation gruesome for some parts of the world in recent past like china[3-6] and USA[7].The implications of worsening quality of air have been Lower Birth rate[8], declining life expectancy[9] and...
After reviewing the ROV and SCUBA transect data, it is clear that there have been significant impacts to the marine environment caused by the watering of wood at Attwood Bay. This was evidenced by the relative volumes and distributions of wood waste present on the ocean floor during the 2006 and 2009 site surveys. Data collected from the 2006 ROV and 2009 SCUBA site surveys indicated that the amount of wood waste accumulated at this site has increased since the initial site visit. A greater...
This is a community development planning study which examined the resource management capacity of selected barangays given the prevailing mindset of people (i.e. no sense of ownership of local resources), how local organizations worked to effect protection and development of these resources, and how the stakeholders managed these resources. To pursue with this aim, the study covered barangays Ayala, Talisayan, Pamucutan, La Paz, Cawit and Tulungatung - west coast of Zamboanga City. It utilized...
This report discusses how electricity is generated from a geothermal energy power plant. Geothermal energy is the world's largest renewable energy as every continent is situated above a molten lava core. By tapping into the earth's heat, energy can be released that can create electricity. The efficiency of a geothermal power plant far outweighs the slight negative environment effects. It is to be said that these environment effects only occur when a there is a flaw in the design of the...
This paper will discuss water quality management issues in a Dubai company called DEWA (Dubai Electricity and Water Authority). This is a governmental organization that is in charge of producing and distributing water and electricity to the whole of the Dubai population. Water quality issues were among the concerns of the third UNEP report on the environment. Gordon (1998:1) notes, "The Global Environmental Outlook (GEO-3 report) identified a wide spectrum of existing and emerging water...
Water is an important source of life on earth and about 71 percent of the surface of the earth is water. Almost 40 percent of the world population is directly at the mercy of fresh rivers water and about 2/3rd of these people live in developing countries. Water for all as a basic need can be defined as a public good and human right. This target dominates the entire world as a global water challenge. Water politics refers to the political strategy or diplomacy majorly affected by water...
The plan to have a safe storage of laboratory chemical started in school year 2005-2006 when the location of laboratory chemicals was transferred at the back of the Chemistry Instrumentation Room. The reason for the transfer is to isolate the chemical storage room for possible problems in case of spillage which emit bad odor and fumes. In the school year three (3) strong typhoons hit the place one of which the Typhoon Reming which heavily devastated the place including the university. For...
Our climate is rapidly changing all around us. Ice is melting, plants are dying, animals are in danger, and habitats are being destroyed. The Arctic is greatly affected. The ice is melting and causing water levels to rise, and animals are dying because of loss of habitat. Over the past one hundred years, the average surface temperature has risen a little over 1 degree Fahrenheit. (Baker, 4) Climate change happens because of humans and natural reasons. Humans are not being careful and are not...