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Coal consumption is one of the dirtiest of all the fossil fuels that threaten our environment and health. Yet, the aritcle titled Phasing out coal: good for the environment, bad for your wallet by Global News seems to solely focus on the economical disadvantages of phasing out coal. 

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Deforestation may not be a problem for humans in short term, in fact they destroy forests to benefit themselves. Logging provides the means and supplies to create a number of things that man uses in this world. And taking all these trees down also provides the necessary space and areas to build more and more houses, factories, stores, railroads and highways. These three websites show the dangers and repercussions of deforestation.

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Would you believe me if I told you that mental health and wellness could be improved by some simple urban planning and better resource management? Recent research shows that you may now have a whole new appreciation for parks and paths. What once excited you during your childhood could have positive health affects regardless of age. A study by Dr. Ian Alcock, an epidemiologist (a fancy word for someone who studies patterns causes, and effects of health and disease in defined population) found drastic results. Dr.

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As this article “Bison to return to Montana after 140 years in the Canadian wilderness” describes, bringing the bison back to the United States is a resource management decision meant to solve long-standing conflicts between many different indigenous groups and settlers of the region. Over time, the bison, also known as the buffalo, became part of many tribes’ spiritual identity as they often depended upon bison for their way of life including food, clothing and shelter.

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