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Environmental Studies Essay

Regional effects of global warming
Global warming has been directly linked to increased emissions of carbon dioxide and other gases. The Earth is warmed by the radiant heat from the rays of the sun, which is generally equal to the amount of energy that is radiated back from the Earth in the form of infra red radiation. Thus the temperature of the Earth remains constant.
Pages: 6 (1500 words), Essay
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In the line of predominant groundwater flow. The contaminants recorded are: benzene, toluene; m, p-Xylene; o-Xylene; isopropylbenzene; and Dissolved oxygen, and are parameters which can suggest the effectiveness of the bioremediation. The idea is that aerobic rather than anaerobic processes are predominant. The rationale for this is that where the contaminant concentrations go to zero the Dissolved oxygen concentration increases. Therefore, when the microbes in the biodegeneration process
Pages: 26 (6500 words), Essay
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Renewable Energy And Emission Reductions
Automobiles account for more than 75% of fossil fuel consumption (Williams, 2010).To promote the use of green and clean energy systems, the UK government has initiated a project that funds and supports solar energy by residential homes (Bullis, 2012). The proposal is called ‘Feed-In Tariff – FIT’. This project involves encouraging households to install small solar panels with solar PV that can generate electricity.
Pages: 10 (2500 words), Essay
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Response to Kant and Singer
Kant believes that treating animals humanely enhances the human-animal interactions thus minimizing the risks associated with such relationships. This implies Singer would appreciate and call for the implementation of Kant’s hypothesis. In the article, Kant argues that only those who exhibit rationality have moral worth. Rationality refers to a degree of levelheadedness that enables an individual to weigh his actions thus make appropriate decisions, those that do not show disregard to the
Pages: 5 (1250 words), Essay
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Rural Poverty and Microcredit
Fengler and Kharas (1) state that we live in a new reality of aid where it is a US $200 billion industry. Between 1960 and 2008, rich countries had delivered US $3.2 trillion of aid to poor countries. With such humongous amounts of money at play two very divergent schools of thought on the future of foreign aid have emanated.
Pages: 5 (1250 words), Essay
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