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In The News #2: The hidden health dangers of flooding

In this article, from CNN, the author highlighted the health risks with flooding.  After the speaker in class, it really got me wanting to learn more about flooding and how it affects people. As someone who was affected by flooding … Continue reading

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Reusable water bottles can make a difference

Erin Brennan Professor Deforest Math 33 W&R 1 Final Draft 1 October 2017 Contrary to popular belief, most of the time drinking bottled water is not a healthier or smarter alternative to drinking tap water in a reusable bottle. You … Continue reading

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Write and Respond 1- Joy Blazofsky

In America today, there has been a strong increase in the amount of reusable water bottles that we see in our everyday lives, compared to using a plastic water bottle. I noticed this trend specifically at Penn State, but now … Continue reading

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In The News: Hurricane Harvey’s Unexpected Aftermath

Hurricane Harvey has wreaked havoc on Houston. The hurricane, released millions of pounds of pollutants, is now effecting the air and water quality in Houston. The environmental defense fund says they have exceeded state limits, but the government says they … Continue reading

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