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  • Dear Ruendi, your post titled New Underground Railroad Sites in National Park Services drew my attention because it talks about National Parks and I am a fan of nature.
    One sentence you wrote that stood out to me was, “It just shows where there was enslavement and historians estimate that about 100,000 freedom seekers managed to successfully…Read More

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    Animal Physical Therapits

    In the article, ¨Wildlife Rebilatator¨ (BTW) I learned the purpose of a wildlife rebilatator. Wildlife rebilatators are physical therapits for animals. They examine animals that have been through trauma and provide ongoing care to the ones that need it....

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  • Madai commented on the post, Winds Of Change

    Dear James,
    I am glad to hear that with wind turbines have a positive impact on the world. It stood out to me when you wrote, ¨Wind turbines may also reduce the amount of electricity generation from fossil fuels, which results in lower total air pollution and carbon dioxide emissions.¨ Im glad that they found a solution to at least lose down p…Read More

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    What the true meaning of being an American is

    Anyone can be an American if they are willing to be respectful, unite for Justice and Liberty. This idea is expressed in the Pledge of Allegiance, as stated in the article “What Being American Means”.There are several events in...

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    Waste Less, Save More, Live More

    In the article, “Nigerian Inventor Fights Food Waste” (BTW) I learned that about ⅓ of food produced in the world for humans every year is lost or wasted. This adds up to 1.3 Billion tons of food every year. ...

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    • Dear Madai :

      I am intrigued by your post, “Waste Less, Save More, Live More,” because you talk about how you learned about ⅓ of food produced in the world for humans every year is lost or wasted. A lot of food in the world is wasted think about when you eat a plate of food you don’t always eat everything on the plate imagine for all the people in the world.

      One sentence you wrote that stands out for me is: “For example, in Nigeria, there is a lack of electricity, making it difficult to preserve food leading to food being wasted. About 31% of the total land use in the country is used to grow food that winds up being wasted.¨ This stands out because it gives you an idea of how much a land wastes food. 

      Thanks for your writing. I look forward to seeing what you write next because you talked about an interesting topic and did an amazing job presenting your concern about food waste and how we need to learn how to save more food.


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