Improper Waste Management By: Emilie Baliozian Waste management refers
to the ways we manage and dispose of waste. Typically operated by a
local regulatory framework, it includes processes such as collection,
transportation, dumping, recycling, or ...
Intensive Animal Farming By: Emilie Baliozian Industrial livestock
production is a type of intensive animal farming designed to maximize
the production of meat and poultry products while minimizing the costs.
This farming method calls for confining a...
Natural Resource Depletion By: Emilie Baliozian Natural resource
depletion is the consumption of a natural resource faster than it can be
replenished. Due to an increasing global population and an increasing
level of consumption per individual, huma...
By: Emilie B. The coronavirus is opening our eyes to many realities.
Here are five lessons to take away from this crisis that better prepare
us to deal with climate change: The role of the government is crucial in
a time of crisis. As the pandemic ma...
Land Degradation By Emilie Baliozian Land degradation refers to decline
in the health and productive capacity of the land. There are both human
and natural causes of soil degradation. Natural causes include harsh
weather conditions (drought, excessiv...