Essays on Environmental Protection

Household E-waste Management Of Malaysia

According to Household E-Waste Management of Malaysia, electronic waste or E-waste can be defined as broken, non working electrical or electronic appliances.These wastes are discardable and are meant to be reuse, resale, recycle or for disposal. In this rapid developing world, E-waste has been increasing day by day due to human actions and it is...
2445 Words 5 Pages

Assessing The Effects Of Human Activities On Wildlife Within Rimoi National Reserve, Kenya

Abstract Humans are liable for causing most of the environmental changes that harm animals and plant species existence. They take up more space on earth for settlements and urbanization thus polluting habitats for wildlife. Illegal hunting and killing animals and bringing in exotic species into these habitats are too involved. These activities results to loss...

Assessing Effects Of Human Development Activities On Conservation Of Roan Antelopes Of Ruma National Park

Abstract This study is to be undertaken in Ruma national park, a highly productive but less recognized protected area located to the western side of Kenya. The park is about 120km2 in area situated in the floor of Lambwe valley between Gwasi and Kanyamwa escarpments. This place is the home of locally endangered roan antelopes...

Forest Certification As A Way To Reduce Forest Degradation

I am more in favour of forest certification rather than against it. Forest certification is a mechanism by which an independent organization issues a written assurance that a product, service or process meets specific requirements (Auld, Gulbrandsen, & McDermott, 2008). This may be followed by issuance of a symbol on products from certified companies, to...
1383 Words 3 Pages

Critical Analysis Of Environmental Ethics And Mangrove Ecosystem

Concept of Environmental Ethics Environmental ethics concerns the human beings’ ethical relationship with the natural environment. This field only developed into a specific philosophical discipline in the 1970s, due to the increasing awareness in the 1960s of the effects that technology, industry, economic expansion and population growth were having on the environment. The development of...
2683 Words 6 Pages
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