In the two stories “The lorax” and “Easter Island” there are lots of differences and similarities. Both stories have environmental issues dealing with trees and air quality. The environment in each story became a wasteland and was eventually polluted by trash. Once-ler in the lorax story and the Polynesians in the Easter island story tried to protect the environment but both failed to do so, all natural resources were lost and everything went downhill from there. First, in “The lorax” an environmental issue was the air quality.
With no one to tend to it, the farm is obviously not fertile. Having no food and little money, living in the farm would be impossible. The farm is the only real home Lyddie has known. If she can’t return there, there is no where for her to go. This petition is an invitation to be blacklisted.
Due to no one working there will be no money for the government to run on. The president and all the people in the White House will also have a high risk of dying so therefore they will not feel like working either. Natural resources and supplies will disappear as well. Without people working there will be nobody to maintain our natural resources. Our food supply will run out as well because farmers will not be able to tend to the farms and gardens that provide us with certain foods.
It has affected the environment by have deforestation problems. Deforestation is when people remove and cut down trees for special purposes such as getting wood to make houses. As Rwanda is a land enveloped in lush green vegetation there are lots of trees being cut down it can affect the ani,mals there by not having food and die and when the animals die there will be less food for people to eat so that will affect people dieing because of hunger. This causes a cycle of so many death that is why it needs to be stopped. Rwanda has already made a ban of having no plastic bags as it is not biodegradable and it affects the environment by it bringing pollution problems which focused on a different thing.
They will have to stay there for the rest of their lives. They will have to live from the perspective of a harp seal, so they will also have to catch their own food, there will be nothing to help them do so either, because they get no materials. The harp seals they so brutally slaughtered, surely didn’t get any materials to help them live, or to protect themselves. They have to live in the same climate as a harp seal too, which is really cold, because if they didn’t it would be too hot for the predators to survive, and they wouldn’t able to get the full experience of being a harp seal. Harp seals also don’t wear clothes, the fur that they have is natural, and is apart of them, so these people shouldn’t be allowed to wear clothes, but since I’m feeling generous right now, I’ll let them keep their undergarments, but no pants, shirts, socks, hats, coats/jackets, shoes, or anything else like that.
Also in section five, What the Thunder Said, it states that there “is no water but only rock.” The Wasteland tries to explain that since there is only rock, life cannot be created and life already in The Wasteland will not survive for long. Eliot twists the expected symbolism of water which is life, but Eliot uses water to show there is no life. As this is done, Eliot tries to connect with water throughout The Wasteland. Eliot’s message by seeking water, but there is none shows that The Wasteland seeks a living source but a living object cannot make it through The Wasteland. Since there is no
Due to the arrest, he lost his tent, his stove, and the fishing equipment he relied upon to live” (Smith). An innocent person now has to be put in jail just because they did not have any control of they illness he has got, and that is no reason for someone to have to be put in jail, especially when they have not put no one else 's life in harm. So, it is definitely not always the person 's fault of why they may be homeless, because it is surely that no person wants to live outside where it is cold, rains, snows, too hot and where bad storms happen. There are many reasons why people are homeless and it not being their fault. People who are young and put into foster homes have a stable place to live, but think about when they turn eighteen and can no longer be in foster care(Maskin
The pellets have absolutely zero nutritional value and can not provide vital nutrients to sustain life. Since they got full from them they will not feel the need to eat for many days and will begin to feel weak from malnourishment and have trouble catching actual prey. Trash is not the only thing harming the wildlife. Another thing causing harm are chemicals. PCBs, a type of chemical in coolants, are almost completely harmless to fish, but when a bird eats a fish that has PCBs in them it will affect the strength of their eggs (Wroble 47).
If you were to travel far enough like Jonas did, you would find barren wilderness. You would find jungles, deserts, etc. But the one thing you would never find is people. There are no people, or anything man made outside of the communities. These differences can make our world look like a Utopian society and a dystopian society.
Naturalism is the main reason for the demise of the protagonist due to the harsh natural conditions of the environment. The protagonist lacks the experience of the old-timer and the instincts of the dog, and he falls victim to the harsh conditions. The protagonist puts himself into the dangerously freezing temperatures: “it was not merely colder than 50 below zero; it was colder than 60 below, than 70 below. It was 75 below zero” (3). The frigid environment causes the man to be unable to survive because no man, especially one with little experience, is not adapted to this kind of weather.
Imagine a world where no humans existed, and all that existed was the past we had left behind, and the animals that we had raised that were now roaming the streets to find the next safe place to live. “Life After People,” a short story by Dolores Vasquez is the frightening story of how the world would be without humans. So empty, and so out of control, Earth’s existence would practically be no more because without humans everything that we have worked for would just be left to fend for it self. The life we once knew would never see daylight again. “Over the next fifteen years the roads get overgrown and cracked” (Vasquez 53).
The major sources of the excess nutrients comes from over fertilization of crops with animal manure seeping into waterways, and animals having direct access to waters where waste is carried into the watershed (Baker, 2015). Prior to industrialization, the forests used to serve as buffer zones from the farms to naturally sift out much of the excess nutrients. With the growth of population, farms, and factories, thousands of acres of forest has been leveled, eliminating the natural barrier. Along with the with forest loss, the use of pesticides and chemicals has degraded the water so much that the Bay is currently on the Environmental Protection Agency 's "dirty waters" index.