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Trump- Climate Change is Unimportant

Trump- Climate Change is Unimportant

Tiffany Chen, Writer

June 2, 2017


Filed under Environmentalist

  How important can climate change possibly be? Who needs the Paris Accords? It's only an increase of 1.7 degrees Fahrenheit in 135 years, how is that even important? Only 720,000 square kilometers of sea ice melted, what's the big deal? No one is dying, so why does anyone need to care? Sure, climate...

2017…Is It Really A Happy New Year?

2017…Is It Really A Happy New Year?

Tiffany Chen, Reporter

January 30, 2017


Filed under Environmentalist

After experiencing decades of climate issues for Mother Nature, 2017 isn’t going to be any different at all. One small change, however, is that environmental issues are getting more and more serious. In addition to that, what will happen to the environmental policies that were previously created,...

The Global Nightmare

The Global Nightmare

Tiffany Chen

October 5, 2016


Filed under Environmentalist

The nightmare has already begun. For the past decade, climate change has been a key issue for people all over the world. The current condition of Earth is the result of air pollution, water pollution, and overpopulation. Air pollution, caused by the burning of fossil fuels,  factory farming, the release...

Protect the Bears?

Protect the Bears?

David Mardakhayev, Reporter

June 6, 2016


Filed under Clubs, Environmentalist

During the final week of May 2016, a child fell into 17-year-old gorilla, Harambe’s enclosure at the Cincinnati Zoo.  Though Harambe seemed to be sheltering the child, he was shot and killed. The Internet was outraged at how a zoo could kill a member of an endangered species. A child had fallen, due...

Environmentalist! You Waste Food!

Environmentalist! You Waste Food!

David Mardakhayev, Reporter

April 21, 2016


Filed under Environmentalist

As population grows, it is becoming increasingly clear that hunger across the planet is a problem. Millions of people are starving and have barely enough scraps to survive. With this in mind, it would be expected that countries such as America are doing as much as they can to preserve and make use of...

The Great and Useful… Bacteria!

The Great and Useful… Bacteria!

Jiada Zhoa, Reporter

June 2, 2015


Filed under Clubs, Environmentalist

Bacteria. Whenever a person hears this word, the person wouldn’t associate it with something good. But, bacteria can be just that! Recently, a team of researchers from the University of Tennessee have discovered that bacteria can be used to detect environmental damage.  Specifically, they have discovered...

Air Pollution… To The Death!

Air Pollution… To The Death!

April 16, 2015


Filed under Clubs, Environmentalist

Air pollution is a major problem, and we are in the midst of serious climate change. Each year, more than two million people die due to air pollution worldwide, and that figure’s only going to increase unless we do something to reduce or keep that figure from increasing. One way people can prevent...

Revisiting Endangered Animals

Revisiting Endangered Animals

Jiada Zhao, Reporter

February 23, 2015


Filed under Clubs, Environmentalist

It’s a new year and 10 – 25 unique species have just gone extinct. Sound familiar? If so, great, you’ve been a loyal reader! The Environmentalist Club is going back to endangered species, and so, the environmentalist article will be going back to it as well. The last article already discussed...

Recycling

Recycling

Jiada Zhao, Reporter

December 5, 2014


Filed under Clubs, Environmentalist

Reduce. Reuse. Recycle. The three R’s. These are important steps and actions to take towards the improvement of the environment, in particular recycling. Recycling is an important eco-friendly action. We can convert the waste materials back into something useful for people to use or even something...

The People’s Climate March

The People’s Climate March

Jiada Zhao, Reporter

October 2, 2014


Filed under Clubs, Environmentalist

It's a new school year, and with a new school year, comes a new year of environmentalism. We're starting fresh, and what better way than to talk about a surging new movement to promote climate awareness. This new movement is collectively called “The People’s Climate March.” The People’s Climate...

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