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We exploit resources as much as possible. When we have new advantages from new inventions. overpopulation. war. everything surrounding us. air pollution. It is growing every year. which we are creating. . let talk about the supporting of our environment. seas. In fact. we are still harvesting. First. pollution. we are breathing the air made by trees. we presume that environment is our free servant and it won't be tired. Furthermore. After revolutions.There are several problems that affect our world today : crime. collecting our food from fields. If we don?t have the suitable way to prevent pollution. Since prehistoric appeared.? are resulted from our litter such as exhausted from economies. shortage of water. or other sources of energy from our environment. broken ships. they have been depended on the environment. we use them as the most powerful tools to abuse environment. we really need environment. It can become the most serious mistake of the human race. oil spills. More important. Global warming. Our economies are operated by fossil fuels. ? And pollution is one of the most serious problems. the results won?t stop here. And we are suffering them : shortage of food. is destroying our sources of resources. in spite of new inventions. We take everything from environment and we throw them away after taking all of their values. which belong to environment. Because of its free supporting. Fruits were the main source of food in this age.
Unarguably. "Find your own ways to make less trash.6 Celsius degree. medical material always goes hand in hand with them.6 Celsius degree in 2100. Besides. and . As the UN noticed. It leads to shortage of clean water over the world. If we act early enough. about 1. As a conservationist you need to. is an excellent job for anyone who loves nature and wants to preserve all of earth's natural wonders. Economies keep on growing and they release the large amount of carbon dioxide. The biggest problem is climate changing and reducing of ozone. which creates greenhouse effect. According to the newest research. But it isn’t too late to act. world’s temperature increased 0.What we done now leads to the catastrophic problems which we have to cope.Under the pressure of development. the continent with the minimum amount of rain. CONSERVATIONIST: An Environmental Conservationist. global environment has been destroying seriously . And lacks of food. oil spills are destroying ocean step by step. And it is estimated to increase from 1. especially in Africa. environment is in the worst mood. Furthermore.4 Celsius degree to 5. which result in losing a lot of races and genes. which our new generation can suffer. which is also known as a conservation scientist. Non-processed wastes from producing are dumped directly into rivers and streams. CFCs has made the hole of ozone become bigger and bigger. Let act to make the Earth become better place to live!. The abuse of human has made many races extinct.3 billion people lack clean water to use. we can prevent the terrible result.
you need a lot of initiative because you need to determine what needs to be done and often it can be a life or death situation for people ." (Easton 35) To perform this job. "In 2000. Many people have Masters as well.help others to learn how to reduce. which is why it isn't location specific. People with this career tend to travel to where the problem areas are. because as an Environmental conservationist. which is demonstrated in the "problem solving/creativity. Those who held doctorates has an average pay of 52. this is not a job for someone who cannot work on a team. problem solving/creativity. inventing" Easton 35) In addition to the required hands-on work." (EPA). inventing. There are others who live for "addressing 'environmental racism'. There isn't a part of the job which requires either a male or a female to perform its task. designing. designing. Both men and women hold this job. you are " working with infectious materials. This job involves a lot of "treating. or the tendency to condone poorer environmental conditions (hazardous waste dumps. reuse. listening. Environmental Conservation is labeled as a field that is hazardous. illegal/abandoned dumps) in areas populated mainly by people of color." (Morkes 187) It is required that you at least have a bachelors degree to hold this job. You have to be able to work with other people because working as part of a team and working toward a shared goal is mandatory. The job is a hands-on job which means "spending a major portion of the workday outdoors without regard to weather. teaching.451 dollars. and developing ideas or programs. The profession of environmental conservationist can be narrowed to certain fields. Generally. The purpose of this career is to protect the environment and the people and wildlife that live in it. Those who held their Berry 2doctorate in research for this field had a higher salary which has a median of 61. The problem areas depend on which field someone specializes in. drawing/writing." (Easton 35) It obviously requires a lot of hands on work as well as mental work. counseling.162 dollars. and recycle." (Easton 35) Though this doesn't seem like a scientific job to most people it is because it involves calculating the outcome of certain things on the environment. or where accidents are common. your pay depends on which degree you hold. the median pay was $47. Some people specialize in land water or soil conservation.140" (Easton 90) This is a career which is neither gender nor location specific.
attended teach-ins. It is easy to get burned out in this career. It was. This a career that people commit their whole lives to.and/or animals. this is a career that will still have jobs. US Fish and Wildlife Service and National Park Service." (Easton 89-90) It is estimated that "2." (Easton 36) The federal government currently employs most of those in his field. "On April 22. There are agencies set up and people are hired by these agencies which are branches of the federal government. state or federal governments. Growth will probably be less at the federal level. due to "enduring long-term stress and strain. This is a considerably young career. 1970. despite growing need in areas of soil and water conservation. People have only held jobs in these fields since the 1970's.200 new jobs (will be established) between 2000-2010. Through 2010. more than 20 million people participated in demonstrations. the largest demonstration in history. "Such agencies Bureau of Land Management. It is also likely to be hired by an organization such as the EPA( the Environmental Protection Agency)." (Easton 35) This is not a job people can have for a short time. and listened to speeches about the environment. at this time." (Morkes 190) Even though the economy is failing and jobs are diminishing in most careers. "Growth will be strongest in state and local government thanks to efforts to protect the environment." (Morkes 189) . Berry 3 People with degrees in this field can be employed by local.
a Senator from Wisconsin. Those areas can maintain in their untouched and intact state. Though he was the brain child behind Earth Day. The numbers of participants are increasing due to the growing awareness of increasing dangers to our environment." (Morkes 189) Every year on April 22. I think national forests should be left in their natural state in which . grew out of one man's frustration with federal government's inattention to environmental issues. Preservation occurs when humans let the environment alone. How Humans Can Contribute To Environmental Conservation Conservation is maintaining resources without hurting the environment. we celebrate Earth Day." (factmonster. one of the first environmentalists. which changed how many Americans thought about pesticides.Since 1970 there have been a lot more demonstrations. inspired our country to recognize the importance of environmental issues. Carson "helped launch the environmental protection movement with her book Silent Spring." (Morkes 189) Senator Nelson proved that one person can get things started. She lived was born in 1907 and died 6 years before Senator Nelson's first earth Day. He has inspired thousands. That man was Gaylord Nelson. Ms. I care deeply about the environment and about preserving our natural recourses. and the very first female environmentalist was Rachel Carson. "The watershed event. he isn't alone in his environmental ideals. Many cities and towns have huge celebrations to celebrate the earth and demonstrations to continue the spreading of awareness. which continues to change the world today. There have been many before and after him. I would like to specialize this career into the field of Environmental Racism.com) After researching this career and finding out as much as I could about it. Conservation occurs when humans use unique techniques to harvest the resources we have now as well as for future generations. One of the very first environmentalist. "The annual event. called Earth Day. that share the same ideals.Berry 4 All of Earth day and its festivities were inspired by one man. this is still the career I would like to have. Gaylord Nelson. Preservation of land means that the land will not be drilled on or cut down such as wooded areas.
Saving Energy And Money There are alot of ways we can all save electricity and money. and soil (etc). Even though the man in the video said America faces and economic supply crisis there is also other ways to find resources other than killing our forests. Instead of jumping to the easiest possible solution like cutting down forests things should be thought out and saving the environment should be the priority. Top ten tips to save Electricity 1. Everything is expected to be there and when it is not people do whatever is necessary to get what is needed. plants. I think America’s problem like the video stated is that people take things for granted. Replace ALL bulbs in your home with CFL bulbs (the spiral fluorescent bulbs) This can save you hundreds of dollars a year as well as reducing your energy used from the power company. There are also not many national forests in the United States left that are untouched and intact. Those people take pride in the land showing people how beautiful it is on horse back rides. Harvesting resources from the forest will also disrupt people’s lives like the ones in video.resources are not used to benefit humans. I do not think there is any way that we can harvest resources in an environmentally friendly way without hurting something. When humans try to harvest resources from a forest something will see a negative effect from it if it is the animals. which makes you a little more earth friendly! . and save a little piece of our planet while doing so.
to make them more energy efficient! 7.Keep the refrigerator door closed. Adjust your hot water heater down to 110 degrees to save money heating water.Turn off outside lighting after 1 am. you can cut cost's by as much as fifteen percent! 10. but not overly cold. PER LOAD!!! .00 a year!!!! 4. also try using as little hot water as possible. Just by using solar blinds or cutains. 5. You can also insulate your hot water heater. can save you over 200 a year. solar radiation (sunlight) can be your air conditioners worst enemy. or even window tint.Sleep in the dark and quiet! Just by turning the tv and fan off at night you can save over 100. computers suck alot of juice. 8. Also consider using less hot water in the shower by taking a cooler shower or shortening the time your in. instead of allowing the lights to run for eight or more hours a night. Do not use small electrical devices for lighting (nightlight) or pest control (device that plugs in and emits a "sound" driving pests out) using these types of devices can raise your electric bill 10-20 dollars a month. Hang dry your denim! Not only does this prolong the life of your jeans. and therefore create alot of heat. causing your central air to run more often. and adjust the thermostat to keep it cold. costing you money all the way around. and water lines. try a med-low setting 6. This can be achieved by turning your a/c off when your not home (its alot easier to cool a home in 30 minutes than to let the air run for 8 hours while your at work) 3 .Use less air conditioning when possible. but taking just 10 minutes off of a dry cycle can save you a few bucks. washing laundry in cold water. Powered down computers when not in use! This is huge. 9.2 . Keep windows covered to prevent light from entering the home during the day.
How trees are useful: Trees are useful to us in many ways. 8. . These provide us with excellent nourishment. 7. 1. 3. Shelter: The canopy of leaves and branches gives us shelter. for example. 5. Climate: Trees provide cool shade. Medicines: Many trees are the source of useful modern medicines. in a forest. they release oxygen that all animals need for their survival. rosewood and oak is used to make furniture. 4. 2. Food: Trees give us food such as fruits. Oxygen: When trees respire. can make the climate pleasant and the air clean. Wood from other trees is used as fuel for cooking and for warming houses. Many trees. walnut. Rain: Forested areas get better rainfall compared to areas with no tree cover. 6. Paper: Paper is made from wood. Wood: The wood from some trees such as teak.
Would a visitor be impressed or annoyed when he saw this? Just think how many weary travellers would be benefitted by the stategic placement of shelters covered by large canopies of trees? Just think about it and decide yourself. he can grow some commercially useful trees such as fruit-bearing ones or trees with hard wood such as teak or walnut. Imagine a farmer who needs supplemental income from the farm. . Why. Imagine a corporate HQ that has no trees. See the paragraph on usefulness of trees above. Professional farming is known as "silviculture".Benefits of growing more trees: Most people do not realise the benefits they can get by growing trees.
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