People complain about pollution from factories, cars, global warming, and the melting of polar ice caps, yet many people disregard the dangerous that come with fracking. Fracking is the process of injecting liquid at high pressure into subterranean rocks, and/or boreholes to force open existing fissures and extract oil or gas. Fracking is causing an epidemic economically and environmentally. Fracking is continuously destroying the earth day by day. From the endless fracking today’s economy is depleting.
One big problem because of pollution would be disease. In Ancient Athens, poor sanitation was the main cause of the result of disease. To add on, dirty streets and ineffective sewer systems increased the chance of diseases in Athens. According to the document, the Athenians were effortless in addressing the problem. The Ganges River is another place that is disease-ridded and has gotten many people sick because it the river is contaminated with industrial wastes.
Lastly, in addition to all the chemical weapons and diseases the soldiers also suffered emotionally greatly from the environment they had to live in. The conditions in the trenches were deplorable from all the filth to all the vermin everywhere. The conditions were just perfect for illness and death, “The damp conditions caused the injuries to become more infected as they didn’t have a dry environment to heal in.” The different weathers brought different problems. For example, winter brought frostbite and the summer would bring dehydration. The deplorable conditions caused for many soldiers to have an early death in the trench.
During the Dust Bowl, the dust became a serious threat to health and life .When dust entered the lunge, the moisture them it into mud that attached to the organ. Many people suffered from breathing problems especially children. Livestock also suffered from the dusty air and many died from such unbearable environmental conditions. Scientist predicted that the illness resulted invisible microorganisms such as bacteria or germs that lived and multiplied in dust rather from the dusty clouds. The invasion of a person’s body can lead to fatal consequences .
He spends many nights in the forest freezing and hungry with only sacks of rice to eat. Chris also decides it is best for him to ditch and leave behind items he thinks that aren’t necessary such as his yellow Datsun, buried his license plates along with the rifle he had, and had also burnt all the money he had in his wallet. He also suffers from many obstacles such as walking in the 120 degree weather and gaining a heat stroke. “ S.O.S. I need your help.
The Battle of Passchendaele Many battles fought during the First World War, from the year 1914 to 1918, ended in high casualties. One battle that stood out as one of the most costly and brutal battles to participate in was the Battle of Passchendaele. The element of mud filled craters contributed to the many casualties and upsets during the battle making the Battle of Passchendaele the worst battle for soldiers to participate in. In mid-October Candian soldiers arrived at the town of Passchendaele only to be shocked by the mass amounts of mud filled craters scattered around the landscape. The muddy landscape and rain filled craters increased the soldiers likelihood of getting injured or even killed.
The Old Kingdom's collapse was not only due to the separation of its political rule but also partial to a horrible famine due to drought. In ancient Egypt when the Nile would not flood enough to even meet the low water levels it meant hard times for the whole country, however, high flooding meant the same thing. It affected the food supply as well as the wealth of the people if the Nile was too full or not full enough. If the climate did not even out it could threaten the society as a whole, the Nile was a massive deciding factor of whether the state fell apart or were capable of standing their ground through rough times. Even the Middle Kingdom was weakened by high flood levels towards the end of its reign.
War isn’t a new thing; it’s been going on for years. The ‘pale rags of mist’ that hung describe the misty/foggy morning weather. The mud and leaves on the ground smelt ‘sweet like blood’. The ground in which the soldiers walked on was mauled’ due to the lack of precision and accuracy of the bombs and shots being fired. During the war, not only where people being forced out of their
For example when it rained it made a ton of mud which caused the workers to work slower. The mud and rain they also caused landslides. The Panama Canal had to be the largest which was a challenge. Also which also slowed the workers was the yellow fever that was roaming around. Yellow fever came from mosquitoes.
The author prepares us for the “end of globalization,” as it has created much damage to the social, economic, cultural, and spiritual fabric of a society, not leaving animals out (1). The impact on animals has been severe, sometimes low and sometimes immediate, when climate changes made a slow depart from ideal conditions for animal subsistence, and climate related natural disasters killing thousands of animals in one event. The biological damage that globalization has created is far more destructive than assumed and analysed, because the damage done once does multiple in the forest and subsequent natural environment changes making it difficult for animals to survive as they best could under previous unharmed conditions. The author is spot-on about the issues that emerges from globalization and is critical of the view that it serves public and global interest of all beings, because since the “dominant market system” of globalization has come to be used and misused, there has been consistent destruction of animals and their welfare (3). The quality and the amount of information that I have found in this source helped me with investigating about rare animal