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Veganism and Sustainability

There is a disconnect present in our current society between what passes our lips and the effect of these substances on the Earth that shelters us. I have been vegan for almost a year now, and every day my faith … Continue reading

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Turkey Droppings not needed

This article talks about the effect as well as the contradictions that the state of Minnesota is dealing with. An energy company called Xcel Energy wants to stop buying energy from three biofuel plants in Minnesota. One of those plants … Continue reading

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Power Up with Community Solar – In The News #2

Solar power is a source of energy that has not been tapped into nearly as much as it should have by now in 2017. New York City is one of the most populated cities in the country, housing around 8.5 … Continue reading

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My Expansion of Knowledge of Recycling: Write and Respond 2

Write and Respond 2 Sarah Sobel November 27, 2017 Before taking Math 033, I was had limited awareness on the recycling industry and the alternative, modern landfills. In the beginning of the semester, the class read an article called “The … Continue reading

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In the News Post #2: Ocean Waves as the Next Renewable Power Source

One of the main topics involving the climate change in today’s society is renewable energy. We hear most about solar energy and wind energy and the technology used behind them to provide power to our homes. Though these are the … Continue reading

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In The News 2: Life in Puerto Rico, One Month After Hurricane Maria

Huricane Maria was devastating to Puerto Rico, and that destruction continues to affect the lives of Americans in Puerto Rico. For example, Ramón Sostre continues to live in a house with no roof and very few remaining walls. He and … Continue reading

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Phantom Devices

With all the technology and modern advances available in our society today, it is no surprise that “phantom” or “vampire” devices are a supposed issue. These are technological devices that still use energy while being plugged in but not used. … Continue reading

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Buying Milk Locally: Does It Really Make a Difference?

Jessica Dickey Math 33 Write and Respond  Buying Milk Locally In this paper, I will be analyzing the benefits in buying milk from local dairies as opposed to grocery stores.  Throughout this paper, I will be providing summaries of the … Continue reading

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Dishwasher v.s. Hand washing

Water is considering one of the most important resources to support human live. We can’t live without it. When I was young, I always help my grandmother do house chores such as wash dishes, but with the advancement of technology, … Continue reading

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Write and Respond 1: Is Hang Drying Your Clothes Really Worth It?

  Growing up, I always remembered arriving at my grandmother’s house and seeing a clothesline that was almost twenty-five feet in length hung between two trees. Whenever I asked why she did this, her answer always included something along the … Continue reading

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