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Stop Turtle Cruelty!

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There were once several million green sea turtles worldwide. Today, however, there are only less than 200,000 nesting females alive! Processes and slaughters 15,000 to 20,000 a year continue despite the government set quota of 4,000. Turtle egg gathering and trading is also rampant throughout Indonesia.

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Stop overfishing now!

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Nowadays, I think that many families depend on fish for their food supply but we have come to a point that many types of fish are becoming endangered as for example the Blue Fin Tuna. Many organisations around the world are trying to do their best to advocate about this problem of overfishing, but not every country is actually doing their best.

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Spread the word to save the world

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The way the world is being destroyed is called pollution and it is very harmful to the biodiversity and ecosystem. There are several ways how pollution can be made but they can be divided into four groups which are sea pollution, air pollution, land pollution and noise pollution.

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Solar Panels: Source of Clean Energy, an Expensive Equipment or an Eyesore?

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Solar panels are a form of active solar power. Through solar cells or photovoltaic cells placed in a grid-like pattern on the surface of the solar panels, they collect sunlight during daylight hours and turn it into electricity. In this way, solar panels make use of renewable energy from the sun, and are a clean way of collecting solar energy.

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Progression that is Leading to Regression

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Location Naxxar.  Date 10/2/2010.  On my Dad’s insistence I was made to go to mass since for us Maltese, the 10th of February is a public holiday- the feast of St.Paul’s shipwreck.  I was still a few days from a couple of exams that required alot to study and to be honest, I was quite frustrated since I felt that I was not well prepared although my mind was stuffed with alot of definitions and formulas.  These left me no idea on what should I write in order to criticise development and other agents of nature destruction.

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