Autobiography of Human relations to earth
Human are part of the earth, and like every other species on the earth, we depend upon
the nature for our survival. I love the Earth and my relationship with the earth has been a
relationship with a friend because
Listen to this story on On Point Radio: Is Recycling Really Worth It?
While the story is playing, answer the following questions:
1. Do you recycle? Why or why not?
Yes, I do recycle because that thing can be reuse instead of being thrown away and get use
A Second Science Front: Evolution Champions Rise to Climate Science Defense :
The planet is getting warmer, and people have a big contribution to this warming; which is,
pretty much accepted anywhere you go on the scientific community. The b
As mentioned in the article air quality readings from 3,000 cities in
103 countries, found that more than 80 percent of people in those cities
were unprotected to pollution going beyond the limits set by World Health
Organization guidelines, a
1. E-waste is created in Singapore in vast amounts due to its role as a worldwide producer of
electronics. Many companies run programs that provide for collection and recycling of computer
parts and equipment. This has helped Singapore reduce its carbon f
1. Reusing reclaimed water, establishing protected areas of urban rainwater catchments, use of
estuaries as freshwater reservoirs, desalination of ocean water.
2. Singapore is pushing people to conserve water, reducing consumption from 165 to 155 liters.
1. Haze and industrial hubs as well as growing car usage have led to growth in particulate matter.
Growing fires in Indonesia has led to the worst pollution since 2006. Smog is a possible concern
although industrialization is being greatly monitored.
Laws: Taylor Grazing Act
1. Enacted in 1934.
2. Enacted to stop injury to the public grazing lands [excluding Alaska] by preventing overgrazing and soil
deterioration; to provide for their orderly use, improvement, and development; [and] to stabilize the
Primary Pollutants: are emitted directly
into the air such as volcanoes, cars,
Particulate matter, nitric oxides, sulfur dioxide,
carbon dioxide, and carbon monoxide
Secondary Pollutants: resul
The Taylor Grazing Act and
the Department of
Taylor Grazing Act
Enacted in 1934 to stop
injury to the public
grazing lands [excluding
Alaska] by preventing
overgrazing and soil
deterioration; to provide
for their orderly use,