Environmental issues economy Essays

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Reducing Food Waste

There a few things to consider when throwing out the container of strawberries that sat in the refrigerator for weeks. By doing so, this amounts to a major misuse of natural resources like water, land, energy, as well as labor. Also, this waste disposal contributes to Greenhouse Emissions, Global Warming, and Climate Change. “”Up to […]

Pages: 2 Words: 454 Topics: Agriculture, Economy, Food, Food Waste, Natural Environment

The Story of Stuff

Four main issues have been discussed in the fourth chapter, “Consumption” of The Story of Stuff. The four themes are discussed below: Unhappy People, Nation, and PlanetAnnie emphasizes that many stuff doesn’t make us happy but the work done out of hard work makes one satisfied thus one is happy. She goes further to say […]

Pages: 2 Words: 569 Topics: Consumerism, Economy, Movie, Sustainability
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Solutions on Pollution Issue

Funding is the most important factor in order to improve the current conditions of Vietnam. Seven principles which pollution control funds should aim to follow can be drawn from the decade of experience with environment funds of various kinds in Vietnam. To be effective, EPFs should: 1.Have a clear and overriding objective of pollution reduction […]

Pages: 2 Words: 652 Topics: Economy, Employment, Government, Policy, Pollution

Food Wastage – Global Environmental Problem

Food wastage is a global problem that many nations mainly the developed nations are dealing with. From statistics provided in the US, it is clear that more than 35 million tons of food goes to waste every year in the US which is taken to the landfills. This means that on average, every family in […]

Pages: 2 Words: 494 Topics: Economy, Food, Food Waste, Landfill, Natural Environment

Overpopulation: not what you Think

Overpopulation, a word plastered on every headline and sowed into our very vocabulary. A word that brings fear, uncertainty and concerns to those who hear and/or read it, but why? How does this one word hold so much power? The very meaning of the word is how the number of existing humans exceeds the capacity […]

Pages: 2 Words: 581 Topics: Ecological Footprint, Economy, Human Impact On The Environment, Human Overpopulation, Natural Environment, Overpopulation
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