April, 2015 | What Causes Global Warming

Why It Is Important To Know The Main Cause Of Global Warming
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  • Water Pollution Causes and Effects

    Posted on April 30th, 2015 Rolf Joho No comments

    How Light Pollution Can Affect the Environment

    We have all heard of water pollution and air pollution. Furthermore, most people would not argue the fact that they are indeed a problem. However, light may be the only source of pollution that is overlooked by the average consumer.

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  • Climate Change Hoax

    Posted on April 30th, 2015 Rolf Joho No comments

    My Search For The Truth 15 – Is There a Hidden Agenda Behind Climate Change?

    Is climate change real or is there a hidden agenda? If there is a hidden agenda — what is it? How about a one world government that can control our exponentially growing world population.

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  • When Learning About Solar Energy Is Important, This Article Is Key

    Posted on April 29th, 2015 Rolf Joho No comments

    You can save a decrease in your bills by using solar energy. It should also helps the Earth. Read on to learn some more about solar energy and how it can save you can.

    You can increase the power you generate by adding more panels and by choosing panels that are most efficient.… Read the rest

  • Water Pollution Facts and Causes

    Posted on April 29th, 2015 Rolf Joho No comments

    The Causes Of Water Pollution Are Too Many To List Here

    The causes of water pollution include animals, cars, airplanes, buses, trains, trucks, agriculture, boats, factories, pollutants in the air and runoff from construction sites, improper disposal of wastewater at restaurants and improper handling of drugs.

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  • Obama Climate Change

    Posted on April 28th, 2015 Rolf Joho No comments

    What If We Do Nothing About Climate Change or Global Warming?

    Some people say we must save the planet from climate change? Really? The Earth's climate has been changing for billions of years, should also set out a mandate to stop continental drift too?

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  • Water Pollution Causes

    Posted on April 28th, 2015 Rolf Joho No comments

    Causes of Water Pollution

    Water pollution can be harmful to both people and animals. As for what causes water pollution, there are a lot of different things that can cause it. One of the most common forms is from some kind of industrial contribution such as chemical spills.

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  • Water Pollution Problems

    Posted on April 27th, 2015 Rolf Joho No comments

    Water Pollution Problems: A Real Issue

    Water pollution has always been a major problem to the environment. With industrialization in major areas and urban cities growing the water around them just keeps getting polluted. The sad part about the whole ordeal is that water pollution can be prevented in a lot of cases.

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  • Tips On How To Utilize Solar Energy

    Posted on April 27th, 2015 Rolf Joho No comments

    Have you considered how solar energy can benefit you? Read on to learn more about solar energy benefits and how to properly use it.

    When beginning to use solar energy, start small. Consider adding solar lights throughout your landscaping. You will save energy and help your planet.… Read the rest

  • Climate Change Facts

    Posted on April 26th, 2015 Rolf Joho No comments

    A Slight Majority Thinks the Government Can Either Stop Or Slow Global Warming

    A recent poll released by CNN has found that 54% of adults feel that global warming can either be stopped or slowed down by government intervention. 27% of adults recognize climate change is occurring but feel that the government can not do anything about it.

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  • Water Pollution Effects

    Posted on April 26th, 2015 Rolf Joho No comments

    Causes of Low White Blood Cell Count

    Blood flowing through our veins and arteries is a connective tissue, but in the liquid form. This liquid is made up of various kinds of cells and plasma. Blood plays a vital role wherein it is responsible for transporting nutrients and oxygen to the different organs of the body.

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