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The UK government has given the go-ahead to the building of a new generation of nuclear power stations. Four designs are being assessed; the Areva EPR, Westinghouse AP1000, Candu ACR 1000 and GE ESBWR. This 17 page paper looks at each of these deigns and their safety features, consider the use of probabilistic risk assessment ...
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This 4-page paper discusses import and export strategies, as well as doing business in the UAE and Brazil. The business is SunPower, which manufactures solar-power technology. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
An 11 page paper. The proposal is to construct a road in a remote area in Latin America. This essay discusses environmental issues related to the project, including an initial simple assessment of ecological, economic and social impacts. The paper discusses both the negative and positive environmental, social and economic consequence of the project. Bibliography ...
A 4 page research paper that is the format of a research project, i.e., introduction, research method, result, and so forth, which discusses the green hotel movement. The writer reviews articles that indicate that "going green" is cost effective. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
This 9 page essay explores Tilley's synthesis concerning landscape applied to the environment. Explored are the basic needs of the farm in landscape, society's relationship to the farm, past and present, and the psychological synasthetic role in sociocultural evolution of landscape. Bibliographylists 9 sources.
7 pages in length. Damage control - rather than prevention - has historically been the approach to addressing environmental impact caused by human activity. Despite knowing well before the crisis point what potential problems are inherent to, for example, automobile emissions, the powers that be and their equally powerful lobbyists successfully blocked any ...
This paper focuses on the potential of wind power as a renewable energy source and also discusses associated controversy and debate. Six pages in length, three sources are cited.
The topic selected is global warming because it is not only a timely topic, it is an important one. This brief proposal introduces the topic and comments on the controversy and then responds to specific items like purpose for choosing topic, audience, personal view, and thesis. There are three sources listed in the bibliogrphy of ...
This 4 page essay explores Craven's rationalizations in "What's the Worst that Could Happen?" It looks at three features including the risk grid, faith in science, and surety in the methodology of getting the word out. Bibliography lists 1 source.
This paper explores the successes of the Endangered Species Act side by side with various criticisms of it. Case histories of animals once listed are used to argue that the Act should not only stand but be administered appropriately if we are to continue to protect not just the interests of the natural world ...
In a paper of ten pages, the writer looks at alternative energy. Solar power, wind turbines, and geothermal pumps are included. Paper uses three sources.
The problem of increasing motoring costs and environmental impacts are used as a basis for an argument that current motoring usage patterns need to change, with a move towards more environmentally friendly vehicles. Two sources are cited in the bibliography of this four page paper.
In a paper of ten pages, the author considers a proposed plan to drill for oil in the Marcellus Shale. The author reflects upon international environmental issues. There are seven sources used in this paper.
In a paper of eight pages, the author relates elements of a proposed study on an environmental issue. The author defines the issue and relates some current studies. There are six sources integrated into this paper.
The generation of electricity is of vital importance due to the wide scale use and lack of alternatives in most homes. The writer looks at two potential sources of electricity, considers their development and background, looks at the way that electricity is generated and considered the environmental impacts. Eleven sources are cited in the bibliography ...
This paper emphasizes that, although the Clean Air Act has made a significant difference in air quality, the Act fails to effectively address existing coal burning power plants. There are four sources listed in this four page paper.
In a paper of six pages, the writer looks at wind power. Advantages and challenges of adoption are explored in detail. Paper uses four sources.
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