Zero-Carbon Energy Production: Nuclear Energy

Zero-Carbon Energy Production: Nuclear Energy

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Zero-Carbon Energy Production: Nuclear Energy BIO121 Environmental Conservation Colorado State University Global When it comes to a zero-carbon energy solution there is one that sparks the most controversy: Nuclear Energy. There is a reason for this, though; the pro’s and con’s of nuclear energy are both numerous. Many believe that nuclear energy is nothing but […]

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Threats to Biodiversity: U.S. v. Philippines

Threats to Biodiversity: U.S. v. Philippines

21 August 0

Threats to Biodiversity: U.S. v. Philippines BIO121 – Environmental Conservation Colorado State University Global According to Miller and Spoolman (2016) biodiversity is the “variety of different species”. This encompasses their individual genetics, the ecosystems they live in and the variety of functions that are a part of the lifecycle of the biosphere (Miller & Spoolman, […]

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Solutions to Climate Change

Solutions to Climate Change

21 August 0

Solutions to Climate Change BIO121 – Environmental Conservation Colorado State University Global Climate change refers to the shift in the climatic patterns, globally or regionally, that lasts for many years. The changes we see today are largely attributed to human activity. There has been a steady rise in the temperature since the 21st century and […]

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Portfolio Project: Saving the Whooping Crane

Portfolio Project: Saving the Whooping Crane

21 August 0

Portfolio Project Saving the Whooping Crane BIO121 Environmental Conservation Colorado State University Global GRUS AMERICANA Description The Grus americana, more commonly known as the Whooping Crane is North America’s tallest bird reaching about five feet in height, with a wingspan reaching over seven feet (Allaboutbirds.org). As full grown adults, both males and females can weigh […]

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