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Land Use Regulation

Land Use Regulation

Land Use Regulation. The Forgotten Agenda of the Environmental Movement. Land Use and the Environment. Man and Nature; or Physical Geography as Modified by Human Action by George Perkins Marsh 1864 later named The Earth as Modified by Human Action

By Gabriel
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FOSSIL FUELS I

FOSSIL FUELS I

FOSSIL FUELS I PETROLEUM Approximately 84% of the energy used in the US comes from fossil fuels Oil and Natural Gas (Petroleum) Coal Oil Shale and Tar Sand Nonrenewable Resource (Fuel) Formation Process Formation takes 10’s to 100’s of million years.

By JasminFlorian
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Should drilling be allowed in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge?

Should drilling be allowed in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge?

Should drilling be allowed in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge? Carling Spelhaug November 18, 2005 Background of the Issue In 1980, Congress set aside 1.5 of the 19 million acres of land in Alaska’s Arctic National Wildlife Refuge for possible oil exploration

By Leo
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Reducing the Need for Oil in the Transportation Sector

Reducing the Need for Oil in the Transportation Sector

Reducing the Need for Oil in the Transportation Sector. Improving the Fuel Efficiency of Cars: The New Hybrid Cars. Current Issues Regarding Fuel Consumption by Transportation (1). Transportation Sector Consumes Over 2/3 of Petroleum in the U.S.

By oshin
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Chapter 11 Fossil Fuels

Chapter 11 Fossil Fuels

Chapter 11 Fossil Fuels. Overview of Chapter 11. Energy Sources and Consumption How Fossil Fuels are Formed Coal Coal Reserves and Mining Environmental Impacts Oil and Natural Gas Exploration for Reserves of Oil and Natural Gas Environmental Impacts Arctic National Wildlife Refuge

By louvain
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Why Hybrid Vehicles?

Why Hybrid Vehicles?

Why Hybrid Vehicles?. If you want a CD or handout of this lecture contact: L. David Roper Professor Emeritus of Physics Virginia Polytechnic Inst. & St. Univ. roperld@vt.edu http://arts.bev.net/roperldavid. http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/10642724 http://www.hybridcenter.org.

By oakes
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Arctic and Polar Regions

Arctic and Polar Regions

Arctic and Polar Regions. This presentation is about the Arctic and Polar regions of the world and what wildlife live there. There is also information about the human impact on these regions and where in the world these regions are located. By Erica Soike. Location.

By misha
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Shareholder Activism

Shareholder Activism

Shareholder Activism. March 2006 CSRI Training Presentation. Socially Responsible Investing: “Making a Difference with Ideals, Impact, and Involvement”. Presenters:. Jim Gunning UUA SRI Committee member since 2000 Retired from a career of business consulting, CPA

By augustus
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Wilderness Viewpoints

Wilderness Viewpoints

Wilderness Viewpoints. Anthropocentric vs. Biocentric. Evolution of Wilderness System. 1872 - Designation of Yellowstone 1913 – Hetch-Hetchy 1916 – Establishment of National Park Service. Evolution of Wilderness System. 1929: L-20 Regulation on FS lands

By arav
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Overpopulation

Overpopulation

Overpopulation. Issues to Be Considered. Population Growth – fertility rates, social and cultural roles, government roles Economic problems – debt, hunger and starvation Available resources – renewable (time frames), non-renewable Consumption – expectations, reality

By kenda
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Question of the Day 3/8

Question of the Day 3/8

Question of the Day 3/8. ?. Double Jeopardy A Review Game for Energy Unit. March 8, 2016. Double Jeopardy. Compliments of the James Madison Center, JMU. What is one method to increase energy efficiency?. What is one method of energy conservation?. What is a zero-net energy building?.

By mick
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Objective:

Objective:

Objective:. Outline the history of environmentalism. Warm Up:. How could you improve your global footprint?. HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE. Four Distinct Stages Pragmatic Resource Conservation Moral and Aesthetic Nature Preservation Health and Ecological Damage Concerns

By jenski
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Energy At Any Cost?

Energy At Any Cost?

Energy At Any Cost?. Michael Ferder Science Department Herbert Lehman High School Bronx, New York. Introduction As industrial societies grow, so too has the need for more of the world’s resources. The needs of man are often in direct conflict with nature.

By lexiss
(106 views)

Abortion

Abortion

Supporting the Status Quo Abortion should remain legal. Abortion. Against the Status Quo Abortion, now legal, should be outlawed.  . Key words: Roe v Wade; partial-birth abortion; abortion pill (RU-486).

By mirari
(42 views)

Written Laws

Written Laws

Written Laws. Statues and Regulations. Statues. Power from Constitution Article I, Section 1 “All legislative powers herein granted shall be vested in a Congress of the United States which shall consist of a House and Senate.” US Code Laws . Administrative Laws Regulations. Rule making

By coye
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Terrascope – Guiding Principles

Terrascope – Guiding Principles

Terrascope – Guiding Principles. The Earth system provides a context for learning basic science and engineering concepts Students put those concepts to use in creative ways to understand the interdependency of physical, chemical, and biological processes that shape our planet

By betsy
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Three Problems for the Aesthetic Foundations of Environmental Ethics

Three Problems for the Aesthetic Foundations of Environmental Ethics

Three Problems for the Aesthetic Foundations of Environmental Ethics. Written by J. Robert Loftis Presented by Kelsey Ruben. Preview. Present 3 reasons why we should NOT rely on aesthetic foundations to justify the environmentalist program

By ivy
(239 views)

Should drilling be allowed in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge?

Should drilling be allowed in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge?

Should drilling be allowed in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge?. Carling Spelhaug November 18, 2005. Background of the Issue. In 1980, Congress set aside 1.5 of the 19 million acres of land in Alaska’s Arctic National Wildlife Refuge for possible oil exploration

By salena
(270 views)

Energy Review

Energy Review

Energy Review . 1. Approximate efficiency of an average coal-fired power plant. 30% 2. Approximate percentage of all commercial energy used in the United States that is wasted . 40% 3. Approximate percentage of electrical energy converted to heat in the average incandescent light bulb 5%

By kory
(121 views)

Ecosystem Management And Preservation

Ecosystem Management And Preservation

Ecosystem Management And Preservation. Ecosystem Preservation – Boreal Forests, etc. Semi-Natural Ecosystems. Ecosystems that have been modified by some human activities such as logging, fishing and grazing but which are still dominated by native species. Early Conservation Efforts.

By noe
(24 views)

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