Organic Buildings and Environmental Design Technology

Abstract This research paper explores the importance of organic architecture/ buildings within the context of organic architecture/ building and environment designing technology development. The practical application of this study will be assessed, along with the various intentions that this study hopes to fulfill. A number of concepts that are often...

Water Pollution Is a Problem We Need to Face

The freshwater required for growing food and livestock is also in great demand by the large numbers of people living in the world’s cities and towns. Even though our planet is so rich with water that it appears blue from space, most of this water is salty, making it unusable...

Public Place Recycling on the Example of Coca Cola Amatil

Organization Coca-Cola Amatil is a company that produces, sells, and distributes the Coca-Cola trademark products and it operates in countries that include Australia, New Zealand, Indonesia, South Korea, Fiji, and New Guinea. The company partners with the worldwide largest beverage company, the Coca-Cola Company. The Coca-Cola company holds a portion...

Effects of Environmental Pollution

Introduction Environmental pollution occurs when there is an introduction of substances, usually in large quantities, into the environment that they end up creating an imbalance in the environment. These substances or contaminants cause instability in the natural ecosystem and this is reflected by the effect they have on living organisms...

Canada and the Future of Water

Introduction Accessibility to clean and safe water is deemed to be a significant matter in Canada. Canada has large water resources which represent 7% of the world’s water and this is run or managed by the government itself. A large amount of water is because groundwater and surface water is...

Ecology: The Role of Zebra Mussel and Daphnia

“Zebra mussel and Daphnia regulate the Microcystis-rich phytoplankton appearance in Lake Ontario by way of selective feeding rejection” Introduction and problem description According to Christoffersen’s classical theory phytoplankton-zooplankton interaction is one of the contributory factors determining the primary and secondary productivity and fauna diversity in the littoral zone of aquatic...

The Problem of Petroleum Oil Depletion Crisis

Introduction Petroleum oil is a liquid made up of several organic compounds. It is mined on the earth’s surface and is mainly used in industrial processes as a ram material and source of energy. Petroleum Oil was the most important energy source in the growth of industrialism during the twentieth...

Carbon Tax vs. Cap-and-Trade System

Introduction The issue of reducing carbon emissions has become a major point of debate and discussion in various aspects of society including politics, economics, and international relations. Various suggestions and efforts have been put in place to reduce the amount of carbon emitted from human activity. Unlike other atmospheric pollutants,...

Global Warming Causes and Effects

Global warming is a term commonly used to describe the consequences of man-made pollutants overloading the naturally occurring greenhouse effect causing an increase of the average global temperature and is the subject of great debate and concern worldwide. Essentially, the greenhouse effect functions in the following manner: When sunlight pierces...

The Shortage of Water & Human Population Growth

Introduction The 20th century was characterized by an intensive increase in the Earth’s population through development and urbanization. Giant cities appeared with a population of more than 10 million people. The development of industry, transport, power engineering, and industrialization of agriculture led to the fact that the anthropogenic impact on...

Flooding Due to Urban Development

Introduction Since the last century, due to increased urbanization of our modern society and various alterations in landform use related to such large scale urban development, flooding had been affected in numerous ways. Urbanization has been achieved by construction of drainage systems, grading of the surface of land and removal...

Air Pollution: Preventing That Environmental Domino Effect

We may not be all aware of it but all humans have the right to breathe clean air. As Sierra Club member and environmental activist Tom Politeo emphasized, “The fundamental human right to breathe clean air is as basic as our right to free speech, and it cannot be put...

Climate Change Implications for Shell Australia’s Major Gas Projects

Subject Briefing note on climate change implications for Shell Australia’s major gas projects. Issue summary There is a huge impact of different plants and factories on the atmosphere. The carbon dioxide, which is exuded during the emission of greenhouse gases, can cause an irreparable effect on climate changes. The Australian...

The Effects of Mining on Environment

Introduction Human activity is one of the most helpful and the most harmful on the Earth. People all over the world direct their activities of the enhancement of their lives, on making it easier and happier. At the same time, the irreversible effect is produced on the environment and people,...

Introduction to Fire Prevention

Readiness and complete preparation are the basic principles of firefighting. Fire inspectors should have a quick reaction in order to act in different dangerous situations. The most important aspect for fire inspectors is to follow general rules of firefighting and be able to react in unexpected situations. There are plenty...