Responsibility To Protect - United to End Genocide
(Reported 2017, Academic Test)
While some people consider global warming to be the most pressing environmental problem which we have at the moment, others believe that deforestation has a more devastating impact on our world.Discuss both sides and give your opinion.
The government should reduce the amount of money spent on local environmental problems and instead increase funding into urgent and more threatening issues such as global warming.To what extent do you agree?
With increasing populations and ever growing urban centers, many countries are losing their natural beauty spots.What benefits are there to protecting places of natural beauty?How can this be solved?
Although many people value their public parks, this space could be better used for other purposes such as residential areas for the ever growing population or to develop business and boost economies.To what extent do you agree or disagree with this?
With deforestation, urban development and illegal hunting, many animal species are becoming endangered as they lose their habitat and some are even threatened to the point of extinction.Do you think it is important to protect animals?What measures can be taken to deal with this problem?
Global warming is one of the biggest threats to our environment.What causes global warming?What solutions are there to this problem?
Both governments and individuals are spending vast amounts of money protecting animals and their habitat.
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Even though mass media helps broadcast such an important message as environmental protection, it is the actions of these unsung environmental heroes that raise awareness among the general public. Let’s commend the work of these anonymous environmental heroes. Let’s foster an environmental dialogue in our homes, communities and learning centers. We need to make environment protection a personal responsibility. That is the only way future generations can make a contribution to Planet Earth’s yet to be written history.
Laura Stanworth - Essay | Responsibility To Protect | …
HAVING SETTLED THE ISSUE of the political irrelevance of the protest movement, Kristol turns to the question of what motivates it—more generally, what has made students and junior faculty “go left,” as he sees it, amid general prosperity and under liberal, Welfare State administrations. This, he notes, “is a riddle to which no sociologist has as yet come up with an answer.” Since these young people are well-off, have good futures, etc., their protest must be irrational. It must be the result of boredom, of too much security, or something of this sort.
After Syria: the Future of the Responsibility to Protect 2014 S.T
There are individuals all across the United States mainland and territories doing their part to protect the environment. For them it is not a fad or political statement. Their main concern is to protect our ecosystems and, at the same time, educate others about the importance of our natural resources and the species that inhabit them and are affected by our daily activities. These environmental protectors are the ones that denounce any environmental wrongdoing and ultimately get results.
The Responsibility to Protect Beyond Borders
More than a celebration, we should reflect on what are we doing to protect our habitat: Planet Earth. Environmental protection is an individual and personal responsibility for all human beings since we are all part of the biosphere.
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About the author: Brenda Reyes Tomassini joined EPA in 2002. She is a public affairs specialist in the San Juan, Puerto Rico office and also handles community relations for the Caribbean Environmental Protection Division.