The issue of global warming continues to grow, leaving many nations with the effects of the warming weather, specifically coastal regions. Many states in America are doing a lot to help with the effects of the
My research paper was on how states are affected by global warming, specifically coastal states, and how they are approaching the issue. Many states in America are doing a lot to help with the effects of the
Very interesting post!! I have seen a few people wear safety pins and I think it is an incredible idea; its crazy to think a piece of metal can actually make someone feel more comfortable around another person. It definitley defines a person a bit
Writing this research paper I am trying to find out how states are approaching the issue of global warming, especially coastal states. I’ve come across a lot of articles stating the approach to saving air quality
Your article brings up a very important question about the areas (coastal states) who will be most affected by climate change and what they are or are not doing to improve it. This is a very important point to bring up.
I really enjoyed reading this article! It’s nice to hear that states are taking steps to cut down on greenhouse gases. It was interesting that you focused on what coastal states are doing, that was a really good point of topic that I hadn’t thought about that much before!
Climate change not only in the United States, but all around the world, is a huge global issue causing many issues, soon leading to catastrophe. States are making moves to protect mother earth and keep it the way
Global warming is a big concern of mine, the more powerful natural disasters are evidence it is a problem even though some refuse to believe it. I agree with you that more needs to be done to slow global warming. Some see the Earth as just a tool to use and abuse, but it is more than that. It is our home and it only has so much to give before it can give no more. Once the Earth has given all it can give, we won’t have any resources to keep our way of life. More actions are being done to slow global warming, however there is still more to be done.
Looking at Gale Researcher, I went to Global Issues (in context) to look up some more information on my topic; What states in America (specifically coastal and central) are doing to fix the issue of global
The United States has taken significant steps to improve the quality of of this country’s air. This generation needs to take a step forward and improve our environments future. I’ve been studying the science and
I think that this issue is pretty complex because the implementation of the policies and practices being advocated for seem like they could be quite drastic. I think that having that coupled with people resisting a form of change in their own lives means this issue is going to be very challenging to do anything about quickly, but I could be wrong.
I think we need to act as fast as possible. People like Elon Musk have been very helpful by creating many great ideas however we need our congress to act fast and create policy to transfer over to renewable energy. I am just afraid it will be too late.
When looking on Gale Resources, I didn’t find many articles going along with my exact topic, but I did find some that helped back it up. My paper is on how certain states in America are working to fix the issue of
Being a teenage girl living in this society with a set idea on what beauty is, I can completely relate. The statement “Beauty is in the eye of the beholder but the beholders are often influenced by beauty standards that are premade” really stood out to me, because it is so true. This piece is very powerful, and I think this is a very important…[Read more]
This is a very powerful piece, very emotional and personal. I felt like I could strongly connect to you and what you have been through in your life. You seem like a very strong individual, and I commend you for that.
I completely understand your concerns on the school uniform policy. I have gone to a private school since I was four years old (pre-k), wearing a uniform every single school day had me thinking of the lack of individuality, but then I soon came to realize that these “boring” and “ugly” close are what keeps us all the same, all in line; which leads…[Read more]
I can completely agree with your post. Sleep deprivation is something that takes over and causes much stress, something I have been dealing with for years. Juggling schoolwork and sports is a mess, but just getting one extra hour of sleep could really change everything. Starting school later can really change things just as moods, grades,…[Read more]
This post is so inspiring! Everyone deserves equal treatment and equal love, especially the less privileged. This really shows me what kind of person you are and how YOU will make a difference in this world; you will be a big impact, with many positive effects of this community and planet.
I agree, strongly, with your post. Many police officers are taking advantage and horsing around with the authority of their jobs, but there are also many positive officers that are protecting us from the violence we don’t even see in our communities. Your writing is extremely intriguing, I cant wait to see more!!
On January 22, 1973, the US Supreme Court legalized abortion stating it as a part of a woman’s constitutional right to privacy. The big debate over abortion is continually dividing our nation and its beliefs, a
Sin is a word of judgement and failure. Sin is defined as “an immoral act considered to be a transgression against divine law” according to AllAboutArticles. Life is all about mistakes, humans make mistakes, it’
Dear Kathleen :
I am surprised with your post, “Is mistake considered a sin?” because it is a topic that caught my attention, it is very debatable but a very important topic.
One sentence you wrote that stands out for me is: “Life is all about mistakes, humans make mistakes, it’s inevitable. Mistakes happen because we are careless and sometimes get distracted.” I think this is true because if you do not make any mistakes then we are not humans, everyone make mistakes even the greats, if you do not mistakes then you do not reach success.
Another sentence that I really liked was: “ In life we step over the line and change our lives, and the lives of others. But, unlike a mistake sin is intentional and a choice.” This stood out for me because it is completely true, sometimes we don’t even mean to make mistakes things just accidentally happen.
Your image reminds me of something that happened to me. One time i was trying to get a cup of the counter and then i turned around and i accidently broke a mug, I do not think that is considered a sin, I still said sorry and i got my cousin a new mug.
Thanks for your writing. I look forward to seeing what you write next, because this is a very debatable topic I enjoy debating people, so I will be waiting for another post of yours.
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