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    Science helps improve the environment

    Science helps improve the environment through advances in research that can help prove or disprove popular theories. Science has helped humans predict natural disasters, global warming, and advance methods for cleaner types of energy. Science is an indispensable tool for understanding our environment, and eventually helping to improve the environment for us all.

  • Science helps improve the environment

    Science helps improve the environment through advances in research that can help prove or disprove popular theories. Science has helped humans predict natural disasters, global warming, and advance methods for cleaner types of energy. Science is an indispensable tool for understanding our environment, and eventually helping to improve the environment for us all.

  • Yes it does

    Of course science helps improve the environment. Without science, we would not know anything about the environment. Science helps us learn the ways to protect our world and what we are currently doing wrong that is harming the environment. Science also has helped us learn that global warming is affecting our climate.

  • Yes, science helps improve the environment.

    Yes, I believe science helps to improve our environment. Thousands of years ago, mankind's understanding of the environment was very underdeveloped. We did not know, for instance, what materials were biodegradable and what weren't. We had no idea how huge of an effect we could have in the environment if we started recycling things like paper, and plastic. Science has helped improve our environment tremendously by figuring out and understanding how our environment is affected by our presence.

  • Without Science, We Don't Understand the Environment

    Humans need scientific evidence to help the improve the environment. Water quality tests, animal counts and erosion studies help determine the environmental impact humans have on the Earth. We need science to take proper measurements and draw conclusions, otherwise our policymakers have nothing to go on when making decisions about the environment and how to save it.

  • Impact of Science on the Envirnment

    Absolutely. Science plays a major factor in the study of the environment. With Science we can understand deeper hidden issues and answers within our environment. Improvement is a definite with science. Science has helped in so many areas of our existence, there is no doubt it wouldn't be a huge success for our environment as well.

  • Science and the Environment

    Science can definitely help improve the environment. Science may not be the cure all to environmental issues but it can definitely help bridge the gap. Take for instance devices that were created through science to improve smog that can and will definitely help improve the environment. These things will not cure it but they will improve it. Each time something is scientifically introduced in nature, you can expect that it will help improve the environment in some way.

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    The Philippines is looming with garbage problems despite the passage of the Ecological Solid Waste Management Act or the Republic Act (RA) 9003.

    2007 first quarter data from the National Solid Waste Management Commission shows that there are 677 open dumpsites, 343 controlled dumps, and 21 landfills in the country. An additional 307 dump sites are subject for closure or rehabilitation plans but without definite schedules for enforcement. About 215 additional landfills are being proposed to be set up nationwide.

    About 1,000 open and controlled dump sites exist in the country. Prominent dumps all over the country can be found in Antipolo and Montalban in Rizal; Baguio City; Calapan, Mindoro Oriental; Carmen, Cagayan de Oro; Mandurriao, Iloilo City; Obando, Bulacan; and San Pedro, Laguna.

    Environmentalists stress that Republic Act 9003 calls for the adoption of the best environmental practices in ecological waste management and explicitly excludes waste incineration as an ecological option. These polluting disposal facilities are major sources of greenhouse gas emissions to the atmosphere which adds to global warming.
    Landfills and open dumps, according to studies, account for 34 percent of human-related methane emissions to the atmosphere, a global warming gas that has 23 times more heat-trapping power than carbon dioxide. These landfills and open dumps are illegal under RA 9003.
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