[/quote] You really want him, haha. The fuck? He 's so disrespectful though. I don 't see the appeal but you do you. [quote="idonotlikeusernames, post:9678, topic:15482"] My mc would love to, except we 're trapped on Olympus with no way to make money and even if we survive this whole ordeal my mc certainly isn 't planning on getting a demigod job or using his "diploma" from that horrid school they 're having us attend.
I believe the government should contract with those corporations who value water as a basic human right and who are not concerned with earnings. The corporation should agree to supply the public with affordable and clear water. Water management is the main ground for lack of clean, clean water. The government should play the principal character in water management and access not
But how did the Nile shape Ancient Egypt? The Nile River running 4,160 miles is used for transportation, water, gathering food, and bathing to keep away disease. If the Nile was not present what would happen? The Nile River formed Ancient Egypt because the Egyptians believed in it and used the water to developed crops. More and more people coming in made it a bigger population.
If a community were to implement the locavore movement, it would better the economy and enhance the nutrition and health. Bringing the locavore movement into a community can bring along with it a better economic situation. Instead of going to the nearest Walmart where your “money leaves the community at every transaction”, spending your money at local farmers markets will allow for the profits to be kept inside the of the community (Source A). Allowing more profits to be flooded into a community will benefit small farms, creating more local jobs which will enable the economy to grow and prosper. According to the
Section 404 of the CWA requires industries such as construction or agriculture to obtain permits from the Army Corp of Engineers or an authorized state before dumping waste from an identifiable source like a pipe, ditch or factory. While the Clean Water Act has done much to improve the health and quality of our waterways, the Act only protects surface water and does not protect groundwater from contamination. Also, the wording of the Clean Water Act has been challenged in several lawsuits, and the Supreme Court has ruled the EPA has no jurisdiction over wetlands that are not bordered by bodies of water that are wide and deep enough for ships to pass through. This could be disastrous for inland wetlands like the Prairie Potholes of the Upper Midwest (located in Minnesota, Iowa, the Dakotas, Montana and four Canadian provinces) which are home to more than half the migratory waterfowl in the United States. In addition, the potholes absorb and hold excess water, which reduces the risk of downstream flooding, they provide grass for livestock and recharge the groundwater which supplies water to wells and farmlands in the area.
To improve water issues in America and all around the world these factors are looked at from these various perspectives: historical and governmental, environmental and agricultural, political and economic, and a social and cultural view. Certain countries have their own way of dealing with water when compared to the ways North America deals with scarce resources. Even though North America is advanced in many positive ways,
During that time, UNICEF also increased its number of Immediate Response Teams (IRT) from 5 to 36 and were ready to deploy within 48 hours. Currently, UNICEF’s interventions include promoting proper hygiene and sanitation practices, providing safe water for drinking, cooking, and personal hygiene, and supplying WASH packages and UNICEF Cholera
Over a million children become sick every year from the water (The Ganges River). Indian environmentalists point the finger at the government, more specifically, at what is called the Ganga Action Plan. The plan to clean up the Ganges River failed, and pollution levels just keep getting higher, enraging citizens (Ridge). The plan failed due to old technology, unfollowed laws, internal government corruption, and mismanagement (Zubrzycki). In response, hundreds of Hindu holy men have threatened to commit suicide unless something is proposed to change (Nahar and Peel).
Much can be done to promote conservation and its economic benefits, like improving on the legislation already in place and creating education to teach about conservation. Economic Benefits of Conservation Background Conservation is the preservation, or protection, of wildlife like natural resources, animals, and land. The conservation movement in the United States began in 1900 when the Lacey Act was passed to protect animals (Division of Fish, 2004). Soon after the Lacey Act, Theodore Roosevelt tripled the size of protected forests in America by creating the U.S. Forest Service, and this did a variety of actions to conserve wildlife (Division of Fish, 2004). On August 25, 1916 the National Park Service was founded to manage and protect conserved areas known as national parks.
+ere we have the "ays’. !rom the very onset, speaking from an ethical standpoint, there is the argument of free will8free choice. 7oes the government, or anyone for that matter, have the right to say someone cannot do something$ 7oes the government have the right to ban advertising to even attempt to lower the usage of tobacco when it is argued that people should have the right to choose what they want to do with their health$ ne of the other ma'or arguments by those opposed is that a ban is that if it is legal to manufacture, then it should be legal to advertise. !urthermore, such a ban is no good for the economy. A lot of the tobacco industry is done through farming.