Natural environment

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The Consequences of Urbanization

The consequences of urbanization are diverse having both positive and negative impacts. Using the perspective of sustainable development and its integrated approach, the following chapter provides the brief information on consequences of urbanization on economic, environmental and social development, though the focus will be given to consequences of urbanization on adequate housing, confirming to be […]

Pages: 3 Words: 775 Topics: Innovation, Unemployment, Urbanization

Corporate Social Responsibility – the Action of Companies

Maturity is the definition of adulthood. Adulthood can be determined by the amount of responsibility that the entity can embrace. Only responsible person can call himself an adult. The same aspect we can find in a business. If the company is mature, it takes responsibility for its actions not only in the business matter, but […]

Pages: 3 Words: 800 Topics: Corporate Social Responsibility, Social Responsibility
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Ethical and Social Responsibility of Businesses 

Every business main goal is to increase profits, specially publicly traded corporations; however, shouldn’t be social responsible with their actions be one of their main goals? These publicly traded corporations must respond to their stakeholders, such as board of directors, employees, and stockholders about their financial performance and long term goals. Over the years many […]

Pages: 3 Words: 991 Topics: Business Ethics, Social Responsibility

Effects of Pueblo West Metro on Health Promotion

In today’s world, health promotion is more important and pertinent than it has ever been mostly because people face greater problems and concerns related to disease and illness (Kumar & Preetha, 2012). Luckily, these issues can be confronted by incorporating a holistic approach in which individuals and communities are fortified in promoting health (Kumar & […]

Pages: 2 Words: 671 Topics: Health Promotion, Nutrition

Physiology of Giraffes

The brown spots and yellowish coat, the long legs, the small “horns” on the head, the tall, intimidating stature, and especially the long neck, are what make giraffes, of genus Giraffa, stand out as a fascinating creature, striking the curiosity of many scientists. According to the World Animal Foundation, giraffes are one of the world’s […]

Pages: 10 Words: 2956 Topics: Anatomy, animals, health, natural environment, physiology

Largest Wind Power Company ‘Siemens’

I want a career with the best of the best. That is why I want to work for Siemens, one of the largest wind power and technology companies in the world. Originally founded in 1847 by German inventor Werner von Siemens, the company has over 170 years of history and vital experience developing the machinery […]

Pages: 2 Words: 612 Topics: economy, green energy, natural environment, Social Responsibility, wind power

Wind Turbines (wind Power)

Abstract Since the early 2000’s the installation of wind turbines has steadily increased. Before turbines are installed at a wind farm a power purchase agreement is worked out between the seller of the energy (usually the turbine manufacturer) and the buyer of the energy (a utility). These power purchase agreements generally last for 20 years. […]

Pages: 7 Words: 2044 Topics: economy, natural environment, public policy, wind power, wind turbine

Wind Strength (or Wind Power)

Wind strength (or wind power) indicates the system by way of which wind is used to create electricity. Wind generators convert the kinetic power in the wind into mechanical power. A generator can alter mechanical power into electricity. To obtain wind power, the kinetic energy of wind is used to create mechanical power. A generator […]

Pages: 7 Words: 2194 Topics: alternative energy, electricity, natural environment, wind power, wind turbine

The Energy Shift: from Coal to Wind Power

For centuries mankind has evolved into the technologically savvy persons that we are today. With every step of progress, like sword to firearm or horse and plow to tractor, the advances of the past are replaced with new ones along the way. This shift from one thing to the next are seen as the end […]

Pages: 6 Words: 1668 Topics: fossil fuels, natural environment, natural resources, Renewable Energy, wind power

Use of Wind Power

The wind is one of the oldest naturally occurring phenomenon on planet Earth, coming into existence at the beginning of time. Since its been here, there have been numerous amounts of uses for the wind, with an emphasis on wind power. Since the beginning of written history, and perhaps even before, it has been recorded […]

Pages: 3 Words: 847 Topics: earth, electricity, natural environment, Renewable Energy, wind power

Public Policy Essay (the Hog Poisoning)

My topic for this policy essay is the hog poisoning mentioned in the week 11 podcast approximately 11 minutes in. This topic is an important issue because of the severe economic and social havoc these wild hogs bring. It is relevant specifically to Texas because of the large number of these beasts and the ineffective […]

Pages: 2 Words: 499 Topics: environmental issues, hunting, natural environment, public policy, texas

How Environmental Factors Shape Cognitive Development in Children?

A child’s early years of life, determines how well they will mature, and if a change occurs in their environment then the negative effects of could heavily impact them in adulthood. Poverty is a major environmental factor which will heavily impact a child’s cognitive development. A study posted in the early childhood educational journal of […]

Pages: 2 Words: 649 Topics: cognitive development, developmental psychology, malnutrition, natural environment, Nutrition