Pollution

Meat Tax - The Solution to Climate Change?

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Ask almost anyone on how they think the world should solve the issue of global warming. Odds are their immediate answer will be “use less fossil fuels.” However, recent research has shown that there may be a simpler solution that can be found right on our dinner plates. In the article “Denmark wants to tax meat to help combat climate change” by The Metro, It is reported that Denmark has proposed a tax on all beef products, in an effort to stop climate change.

Choking on Particles

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Air pollution in China is not a new issue yet it is a growing one. On December 9th 2015, Beijing saw its “first-ever 72-hour pollution red alert” because of the high level of micro-particles found in the air, that is 600 on the Air Quality Index. The reported level must be less than 25 to be considered as non-dangerous. In his article in Discovery News “China Pollution: How Bad Can the Air Get?”, Patrick J.

A New Record…of Pollution

A New Record…of Pollution

When there is an issue, you try to solve it. C02 emissions are clearly a problem in today’s society, so why can’t we solve it? “Who cares?” is saying the population, and “too much effort” is saying the governments. Someone needs to act quickly, because the issue is getting bigger and bigger each minute.