that they much of the time dirty our nourishment not just by winding up in the

That they much of the time dirty our nourishment not

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that they much of the time dirty our nourishment not just by winding up in the stomach related tracts of the fish we eat, yet additionally through ashore manures and water system frameworks. II. Social Commentary/Opinion: I personally feel that there is no actual resolution in reversing the amount of damage that has been brought upon our ecosystems. As if everything we do in this technological, developmental age has brought a numerous amounts of negative impacts into our natural resources. The downside being that we cannot “cut off” certain manufacturers because we all depend on them one way or another. Journal Entry #9: Turning Plastic Waste Into Fuel, 13 March 2019, ScienceDaily. Beth Edwards. I. Summary: As the social media hashtag #trashtag turns into a web sensation, encouraging individuals around the globe to tidy up plastic waste and other rubbish in their networks, a Purdue University group is adopting an alternate strategy to the issue of plastic refuse. Compound building teacher Linda Wang and her lab have made a model innovation that changes over plastic waste into clean energizes, solvents and different items. The lab takes polymer squander from gadgets and utilizations a low-vitality procedure to change over the loss to plastics with a 99 percent immaculateness rate, like the atomic structure of virgin plastics. Wang said she trusts the innovation will fit a modern scale that will lessen the requirement for crude materials, lower carbon outflows and diminishing the measure of plastic waste contribution to waterways and seas. Wang states, ”Plastic contamination is extremely earnest issue, considerably more pressing than environmental change," Wang said. "In the event that we don't change the momentum pattern by 2050, we will have more plastic waste in the sea than fish. By 2050 we will have 34 billion tons of plastic waste on Earth." II. Social Commentary/Opinion: I think we’ve come far enough in our technological age to consider the usage of reusing the amount of plastics that are found on the shores of our rivers and beaches and turn them into fuel. The burning of fossil fuels is one of the top pollutants in the world this could be a potential resolution to the ongoing problem of greenhouse gases that destroy the ozone layer. Essentially this could be the first step into creating a more efficient world.
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Journal Entry #10: On the remotest of islands, Hundreds of tons of Plastic and other waste Washing Ashore. 16 May 2019. ABC News. Julia Jacobo. I. Summary: In remote Australian Islands, approximately 414 million pieces of debris equivalent to 238 tons have washed up on shore. This is the highest number of trash deposited on a remote island with it’s record breaking amount of excess disposed items. Researchers believe it is originating from a few headings convey the plastic to the once- flawless shorelines. The northern atoll of the archipelago, which is uninhabited and once in a while visited, fills in as a significant reproducing site for seabirds, analysts said. Different
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