Environment Model Papers

Jensen’s “Forget Shorter Showers” and McKibben’s “Waste Not, Want Not”

Introduction In the context of present-day developments, it is impossible to underestimate the significance of environmental problems. Every individual is aware of the necessity to adhere to recycling the waste, dividing litter, minimizing different kinds of pollution, and saving water consumption. It is considered that the negative impact of ecological...

Environment, Innovation, and Sustainability

Many businesses worldwide have been accused of breaking environmental regulations. Some factories release waste with toxins into rivers, air, and landfills, causing pollution. Such behaviors significantly impact the ecosystem and threaten the survival of humans, fish, trees, and wild animals. Environmentalists around the world call for governments’ support in the...

Environmental Issues: Rhetorical Analysis

The era of the digital society has served as a natural foundation for the development and widespread dissemination of information as a value. Modern industrialization and technological advances have fully enabled most people around the world to share useful materials, share news, and keep up with current trends. One such...

Climate Change and Economic Policy

Climate change refers to variations in weather events that persist for extended periods. It entails primary causes, such as fossil fuel burning, including coal and oil, that release greenhouse gasses into the atmosphere. Also, deforestation and agricultural activities contribute to greenhouse gas escalation that results in climate change. It interferes...

Issues of Climate Change

Various changes are being experienced in the universe, whereby some have adverse effects on the environment and humans. For instance, the current Covid-19 pandemic is one of the issues that was not experienced in the past and has led to society’s challenges. The pandemic has also revealed that people should...

Forced Migration and Climate Change

Introduction Climate change has become one of the significant threats in the contemporary world. Economic crises have also been experienced due to these adverse effects of climate change. Various human activities have led to global warming and poor performance in many sectors. For instance, air pollution is one of the...

Effects of Topsoil Loss on Climate Change and Food Production

Introduction Global climate change caused marked alterations in the planet’s ecosystem, posing a danger to food production. Climate change was associated with significant temperature changes, rise in atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO2) concentration, fall in pure water supplies, and soil erosion (Ramesh et al., 2019). Climate changes resulted in prolonged droughts...

Global Air Pollution: Effects and Counteractions

Introduction Global air pollution is a significant environmental hazard related to other similar issues. Human activity constantly fuels the phenomenon, be it an individual or a whole industry. While some processes causing pollution are essential for sustaining humanity’s existence, and others may not be life-saving but still benefit humans, the...

The Everglades Restoration Project

The Everglades Restoration Project in Florida has received wide bi-partisan support for diverse reasons. The US Congress approved the plan in 2000 to focus on restoring and preserving Florida’s valuable water resources in the Everglades. Since its inception, the project has received appreciable bi-partisan support from environmentalists, the political class,...

Colombia and Brazil: Deforestation and Environmental Preservation Policies

South America is notable for its unique environment, exhibiting unique biological diversity. Large areas of the continent also house relatively untouched ecosystems. However, as the countries in the region develop, preserving these ecosystems becomes a critical issue (Price, et al., 2020). Moreover, effects of the global climate change are threatening...

Problem of Air Pollution

Introduction Air pollution is a widespread problem that is most pressing in countries with rich urban infrastructure and robust manufacturing sectors. The exhaust gases emitted by planes and cars during daily commuting are another significant source of pollution. Air pollution is part of global warming, which is caused by excessive...

Chlorofluorocarbon Concentration in the Atmosphere

Introduction The ozone layer refers to the tri-atomic oxygen layer found in the upper part of the atmosphere. The stratosphere accommodates over nine-tenths of the earth’s total ozone by volume. This gas is colorless with a characteristic repugnant smell. An ozone molecule contains three oxygen atoms in a covalent bond....

Global Warming as the Effect of Human Activities

Introduction A brief definition of the term global warming is tantamount to our understanding of its effects. Global warming refers to the effect of human activities on the climate. In particular, the burning of fossil fuels and large-scale deforestation are activities that have grown enormously since the industrial revolution. Sadly,...

Global Warming: Effects on Climate and Biodiversity

Introduction Global warming has posed concerns regarding conservation of biodiversity. The predicted change in climate has raised concern among conservationists, as it has put many species into danger of reduced population or extinction. Changes in climate has raised questions regarding the endangering of certain species like the polar bear or...

Target Audience Analysis and Strategic Plan of Hawaii Living Reef Program

Introduction Hawaii is situated on an island and it is one of the constituent states of U.S. it is located on the western side of United States of America. Hawaiian residents have been historically known to attach more importance to the coral reefs. It has formed part and parcel of...

The Problem of Global Warming

Introduction Global Warming has become a very sizzling topic in today’s world. There have been many campaigns and debates around this subject but the seriousness of this issue is still not clear to most people. It is a threat to the existence of this planet and every individual who is...

Concept and Causes of Global Warming

Whenever summer comes, we heard the news about that many people die because of summer scorcher. Last year in Europe 3,500 people died because of summer scorcher. Can you believe that people can die just because of hot weather? Although people are hard to believe, it happens all around the...

Which Fuel Is Safer: Hydrogen and Gasoline?

Introduction Fuels are the chemical substances containing mainly carbon, hydrogen and some elements of minerals such as sulfur, which are burnt in the presence of oxygen to generate energy usually in the form of heat. They are found in all forms of matter and the most used examples include the...

Global Warming and the Energy Crisis

The last few decades have witnessed heated debates concerning the state of greenhouse effect on the planet earth. In the same effect, Hansen et al (par. 1) argue that evidence from the palaeoclimatic data show that global forcings have great implications on the planet. For instance, climate changes to the...

Global Pollution Problem and Its Main Causes

Introduction The media has been putting much concentration and spending most of its time on the issue of global warming and yet this issue is so controversial. It has tried to overlook the issue of global pollution forgetting that this issue is quite factual and no one can raise views...

Global Warming and Changes in the World

During the last three decades, the problem of global warming has been studied and analyzed from different perspectives. The main problems discussed by politicians and economists, ecologists and businessmen concerned the impact of human activities on global warming and climate change, and possible solutions to reduce the negative and harmful...

Global Warming: Natural or Anthropogenic Process?

Introduction Global warming refers to rise in the normal temperature of the earth’s surface. During the last century, the surface temperature drastically increased. According to an intergovernmental board on climate variation, these changes have resulted from human activities. Human activities such as deforestation and harvesting of fossil fuels have caused...

Energy Management Science and Strategies

Introduction Global warming refers to a slow but sustained rise in the average temperatures of the air near the surface of the Earth. Global warming is a natural phenomenon which rendered the earth habitable due to rise in temperature. However, the current global warming we are experiencing is due to...

The Federal Emergency Management Agency

The Federal Emergency Management Agency, or FEMA was created by order of the president on 1 April 1979 with the main purpose of coordinating disaster response in the United States (E.O. 12127). This is especially true in situations where the scale of the disaster overwhelms the resources of state authorities...

Global Climate Change and the Link to Human Activities

Introduction The world is at a crossroads; the cumulative effects of most of the environmental effects of pollutant economic activities have started to take a toll on the fragile balance of the ecology of the planet; for example, the increase of global temperature otherwise known as Global warming. Many of...

Global Warming as a Natural Process

When the average measured temperature of the Earth goes up that is exactly when Global Warming takes place. This occurs due to various reasons; one of the most significant is the green house effect. This paper will throw light upon Global Warming as a natural process and not from the...

Hazardous Wastes and Contaminated Sites in Environment.

Introduction Innovation is destruction……..It is creation of something new and refreshing yet it also gives birth to malice – the destruction of the very essence of innovation. This evilness is in the form of hazardous wastes spreading in every corner of Earth and causing harm to environment and eventually health...

Climate Change as a Market Failure

Climate change refers to the vacation in the earth’s global climate or regional climates over time if describes changes in the variability or average state of the atmosphere over time scales ranging from decades to millions of years. This change can be caused by processes internal to the earth’s external...

Technology and the Contemporary Environment: Global Warming

Introduction Over the past 100 years, the earth has warmed by about 1ÂşF.the reason as to why and how has not been concluded scientifically as the scientists themselves seem not to be exactly sure. Some are of the view that the earth could be getting warmer on its own, with...

Global Warming as a Natural Process

When the average measured temperature of the Earth goes up that is exactly when Global Warming takes place. This occurs due to various reasons; one of the most significant is the greenhouse effect. This paper will throw light upon Global Warming as a natural process and not from the perspective...

Renewable Energy Sources and Their Viability

Introduction Renewable energy can be defined as energy derived from non-nuclear sources. The supply of renewable energy is over time and it is not limited. In the United States in 2003, the consumption of renewable energy comprised about six per cent of the total energy consumption, in contrast, to 86...

Impact of Public Policies in Water Resources Management

We all know that the foundation of human existence and life on earth is dependent on water. As the most common and abundant liquid in the world, water is at the heart of global environmental issues. Increasing demands for water by the world’s growing and increasingly more affluent populations threaten...

Bahrain: Global Warming

Introduction Did you know that Bahrain is the fourth most polluting country in the world and that if the trend continues the Bahraini will have to import water and other aquatic resources? The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) has estimated that an average person in Bahrain puts more pressure on the...

Realizing the Emerging Importance of Recycling

Introduction All of us may not be aware of it, but the world is throwing away 2 billion tons of trash each year. These numbers were taken from Martin Medina’s recent article (Sept.-Oct. 2008) and he added that although recycling programs are already implemented in some parts of the world,...

Alternative Fuels in the United States

Alternative fuels are fuels that are derived from other resources other than petroleum. The alternative fuels can be produced domestically or imported from other countries. The aim of introducing alternative fuel is to reduce oil dependency which has many negative consequences. Fossil fuel is the major source of pollution. In...

Plastics Waste Recycling and the Flotation of Plastics

Introduction Recycling is a process of reproduction of materials in order to reuse waste materials. It reduces the consumption of fresh materials; it also helps in reducing pollution, energy usage and water pollution. Recycling of different materials is done by using different techniques, recycling materials includes: glass, paper, textiles, metal,...

Global Warming: Causes and Effects

Definition of the Term of Global Warming Global warming is the growth in the average temperature of the planet’s near-surface air and water recourses and its expected continuation. The average temperature of near-surface air has increased by 0.74 ± 0.18 °C (1.3 ± 0.32 °F) during the past several decades...

Global Warming: Agriculture, Rainfall and Food Security

The earth keeps warm through the greenhouse effect which is a natural process the helps in maintaining global temperature at reasonable level. It traps and keeps heat from the sun within the atmosphere and thus enabling life process that would have otherwise been impossible. The atmosphere protects the planet from...

Water Crisis: Issue Analysis

Water is one of the most important resources because our health and existence depends on it. The growth in human population and our growing industrial, agricultural and domestic sectors needs have taken a heavy toll on this vital resource. Water crisis is mostly a problem of the third world countries...

Environmental Science. Greenhouse Effect

Global warming is an environmental issue that is now increasingly under media focus. It refers to the gradual increase of the temperature of the earth’s lower atmosphere as a result of the increase in greenhouse gases since the Industrial Revolution. The temperature of the atmosphere near the earth’s surface is...

Three Gorges Dam. Hydroelectric Gravity Dam in China.

Introduction The building of the three gorges dam in china was envisioned in the International Development of China policy paper of 1919 by the then Chinese leader Sun Yat-Sen. It wasn’t until 1992, under the leadership of Li Peng, that the Chinese National People congress approved the project. The construction...

Is Global Warming a Hoax: Discussion

Introduction Climate change refers to any meaningful change in Earth’s climate that spans over a vast period. Global warming refers to climate variation that has the effect of increasing the average temperature of the lower atmosphere. Although Global warming has many different causes, it is mainly associated with human interference,...

Nuclear Power Is Not a Solution to Climate Change

Introduction Climate change is acknowledged as one of the pressing issues for the global community because it affects many social and environmental aspects including ecosystems, agriculture, human health and water supplies, sea levels, extreme weather events, and global and local economies. Nuclear industry climatic change is seen as a lever...

Biofuels and Environment: More Good Than Harm?

Introduction By the next twenty years, the USA and the European Union want to increase their usage of biofuels and other renewable energy sources by about 30% in their transport needs. This aims to improve energy security, decrease carbon dioxide emissions and provide an opportunity for bio-fuels providers. They can...

Global Warming: Issue Analysis

Introduction How many of you are aware of the global warming effects? Does anyone know how it influences the environment and the life of the whole humanity? Would you like to be involved in the consequences of the global warming development? All of these things are directly threatened by the...

Is There Global Warming Today?

Global warming is defined as the rise in the normal temperature of the world’s atmosphere, particularly a continued increase, which is enough to cause changes in climate. “One of the most interesting global questions is whether the climate is changing and, if it is, whether the reasons are anthropogenic or...

Impacts of Global Climate Change on Plant Species Extinction

Abstract Scientist from Leeds University in U.K warns of massive plant extinction if the current trend of climate change continues in that direction. Major cause of climate change is global warming because of increased green house effect. Global warming has especially increased in the past century due to increased industrialization....