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This is actually a good question as nobody talks and thinks about such a serious topic. As we know, resources are limited, and they will exhaust themselves in the future if we don’t utilize them in a proper way. Basically, the main motto of sustainable development is to mee...Read More

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There are many examples of nature conservation and they range from protecting endangered species to reforestation projects in the Amazon and other areas of the world’s forests on every continent (except Antarctica). Instead of directly answering this question, I would like to highlight...Read More

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Deforestation is a big problem in Brazil, specifically. The reason deforestation goes up year by year is because the Amazon rainforest is huge. There’s a lot there to cut down. However, because the government of Brazil is more interested in keeping the economy going, there’s little...Read More

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In-situ conservation is the opposite of ex-situ conservation. With in-situ conservation, the animals, plants, etc. stay in their natural habitat and are conserved there. National parks and other areas of that nature are a good example of in-situ conservation in action. However, this can have a...Read More

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Major challenges to the recycling industry are varied and many. As the previous answer indicates, one such challenge is figuring out how to use recycled materials in the new items. Paper is a little easier to do this with because most often, recycled paper is turned into more paper. However,...Read More

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A lot of arguments have been raised concerning whether the words ''nature and nurture'' are the same. Some have been able to prove the similarities between the two words, while many still think there are a lot of differences between nature and nurture than their similarities. But according to...Read More

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The first time this concept is given a name is the 1987 report “Our Common Future” by the Brundtland Commission. Sustainable development is the idea that what we develop today won’t impact future generations negatively. Future generations are entitled to their share of the...Read More

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In many ways, yes, bureaucracy is the greatest challenge facing environmental conservation. When governments get involved, the big companies that rely on these unstable practices will get involved to stop the environmental protections from going into effect. When that happens, the environmental...Read More

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There’s really no better way to conserve animals, plants, etc. because the end goal of conservation is to keep populations healthy and going. Both have their advantages and disadvantages. For example, as the previous answer points out, in-situ conservation keeps animals and plants i...Read More

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Yes, I really do believe that recycling can be adopted all over the world. Recycling is good for the environment and it can create jobs. I also recently learned that the United Nations (UN) agrees with me! In 2015, more than 150 world leaders adopted the UN Agenda for Sustainable Development...Read More

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