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What does the Human Future Hold for Us?

Whether technology is to be embraced or if humans should strive for simplicity is constantly in the forefront of the human mind. One hundred and forty-nine years ago, when the first railroad was completed, a new technological era was beginning to start. In 1876, Alexander Graham Bell made the first phone call to his assistant […]

Pages: 3 Words: 937 Topics: Human, Natural Environment, Nature, Sustainability, Walden

Comparison of the Story and Poem “There Will Come Soft Rains”

 The short story “There Will Come Soft Rains” by Ray Bradbury and Sara Teasdale’s poem take place after a nuclear war. The stories can be compared through reference to man dying and nature continously being carried on. The story and poem express the fire which creates horrible effects on life such as people, animals and […]

Pages: 3 Words: 869 Topics: Arts, Human, Nature, Poetry
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The Scream Painting

Edvard Munch: The Scream. This picture contains everything that is so close to our soul: existential horror, despair, doom. It’s time to get to know this picture of the Norwegian artist – closer. The painting depicts a human figure screaming in despair. The man is depicted against the background of the sky, which is blood-red. […]

Pages: 2 Words: 614 Topics: Art, Nature, Painting, Visual Arts

Autumn is my Favorite Season

Each person has their own favorite season. Some people like winter, which brings New Years, skiing, snowballing. Others admire the spring, sometimes the awakening of nature from sleep. Sometimes, when streams ring and drops cry. Someone simply adores summer: vacations, swimming in rivers, walks with friends. And I like autumn. I think autumn is the […]

Pages: 4 Words: 1183 Topics: Attention, Nature, Rain, Tree

Endangered Species: Hoolock Gibbons of Bangladesh

Abstract The Hoolock gibbon (Hoolock hoolock) are species of global conservation importance and are specifically limited to only tropical Asian forests in India, Myanmar, China and Bangladesh. Currently hoolocks are categorized as critically endangeredand globally as endangered by the IUCN World Conservation Union in Bangladesh and are considered to be one of the 25 most […]

Pages: 8 Words: 2420 Topics: Animals, Biology, Endangered Species, Nature

Endangered Species Recovery Efforts

Background Reintroduction, the intentional movement of an organism into a part of its native range following its extirpation, is a common strategy in the conservation of threatened and endangered species (IUCN, 2013; Soorae, 2018). However, the success of this strategy in the past has been variable (Griffith, et al., 1989; Fischer & Lindenmayer, 2000; Wolf, […]

Pages: 23 Words: 6790 Topics: Animals, Biology, Endangered Species, Nature

Butterfly Life Cycle

No insect has captured the imagination of man as much as a butterfly. For several hundred years, small children and serious scientists have been catching them with nets, piercing them with pins, and putting them under glass. The largest collection of the Natural History Museum is dedicated to Lepidoptera – butterflies, moths and moths – […]

Pages: 2 Words: 608 Topics: Animals, Biology, Nature

Winter is Better than Summer

I imagine that winter is superior to summer on the grounds that my number one occasions come around that time, similar to Christmas. What’s more, the chilly climate is so great to awaken to. For Christmas you can commend it with your family and all be together; you can likewise go to the snow or […]

Pages: 2 Words: 509 Topics: Earth, Motivation, Nature

Zoos and Endangered Species

For Centuries zoos across America have offered entertainment and education to children and adults. Facing mounting criticism from animal rights camps, they do much more than recognized. Zoos offer support in conservation, educate the public on positive and negative impacts society has on the wild, and saving future generations from extinction. With so much support […]

Pages: 3 Words: 940 Topics: Biology, Endangered Species, Ethics, Nature, Social Issues

If the Big Bang wasn’t the Beginning, what was It?

American astronomer and astrophysicist Carl Sagan once said, “Our ancestors worshipped the Sun, and they were not that foolish. It makes sense to revere the Sun and the stars, for we are their children.” The Sun is an entity that was one of the most crucial to be created, but is often pushed into the […]

Pages: 5 Words: 1358 Topics: Earth, Energy, Nature, Star

Water Conservation Techniques of FIU

Florida International University has a strong commitment to being “Worlds ahead.” In regards to this, the university has adopted different techniques and mechanisms to be as sustainable and green as possible. It’s implemented these methods indoors, ranging from paperless hand dryers, using more recyclables, and motion detecting water faucets. On the other hand, the outdoors […]

Pages: 8 Words: 2306 Topics: Drinking Water, Nature, Sustainability, Water, Water Management

Endangered Species: Gila Woodpecker

The Gila Woodpecker is one of many types of woodpeckers. This bird has an average lifetime of 10 years and the females tend to lay 3-5 eggs (1). The highest population density of the woodpecker is in the Sonoran Desert. Their water is scarce, and they are hunted by different types of animals. The main […]

Pages: 2 Words: 725 Topics: Biology, Endangered Species, Environmental Impact, Nature

Five Ways Immigration – Driven Population Growth Impacts our Environment

Chapter 3 in our book “Globalization and Diversity” titled North America is about how the North American region plays a vital role in globalization with its urbanized and culturally diverse populations. It is also about how North America has a population of 355 million people with a large-scale economy and vast economic growth who have […]

Pages: 2 Words: 601 Topics: Climate change, Endangered Species, Immigration, Nature

Endangered Species: West African Lions

Background: Lions are one of the most beautiful and majestic creatures on the face of the earth, these animals. This particular species is found in West Africa. The problem is many hunters are going after these animals because they won’t kill them just for sport or these lions pose as a threat to domestic animals […]

Pages: 2 Words: 677 Topics: Endangered Species, Extinction, Nature, Plant

Protecting Endangered Species

At the beginning of 2018, researches have calculated 801 different types of animals that have gone completely extinct of which 65 of them are extinct in the wild. Researches have calculated about 3,879 different types of animals that are critically endangered. People say protecting endangered animals is a waste of money, time, and has no […]

Pages: 2 Words: 570 Topics: Agriculture, Endangered Species, Extinction, Nature

 The Movie Called “The Lorax”

 The movie called “The Lorax” had a great significance not only on me but I fell like on most of my class members, the movie connects to a lot of things happening in this world right now, for example, the climax change, the environment, weather, carrying capacity, the bush fires not only in Australia but […]

Pages: 2 Words: 558 Topics: Deforestation, Human Nature, Natural Environment, Nature

Should Rainforests Destructions be Punished?

  Have you ever heard the saying that the rainforest are the lungs of the Earth? Did you know “an estimated 18 million Acres of forest roughly the size of Panama are lost each year, according to the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization” (Guy-Allen,2014)? Rainforests are dying at the hands of mankind. Rainforest destruction […]

Pages: 3 Words: 799 Topics: Deforestation, Environmental Impact, Natural Resources, Nature, Rainforest

Why Tulane: Undergraduate Admission

I am Debaroty Roy, a graduate student from Tulane University. I have completed my undergraduate from Shahjalal University of Science and Technology, Bangladesh. I am interested in pursuing my PhD in Chemical Engineering Department of Louisiana State University. I did my undergraduate in Chemical Engineering which combines chemistry, physics, biology and mathematics to solve problems. […]

Pages: 2 Words: 542 Topics: Academic Research, Chemistry, Nature, Physics

Catastrophic Effect of the Pollution in the World

Pollution has a catastrophic effect in the world today and our future. Its caused by the process of making new land, water , air or other parts of the environment that are unsanitary and not able to be used. Simple abiotic factors such as light, sound, and temperature can be considered as a pollutants once […]

Pages: 3 Words: 1020 Topics: Air Pollution, Natural Environment, Nature, Pollution, Waste, Water Pollution

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