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Transcript of Environment
Types of Pollution
How You Can Help
Genetic Engineering (GMO)
Genes tampered with
Changes not natural
Good & Bad
Types of Pollution
Material & Energy pollution
Recycle, Reuse and Reduce
Factors to Consider
Less Chemical Application
Unseen Risks & Damages
GMOs harm the environment
GMOs are unhealthy
Government oversight is dangerously lax
More nutritional benefits
A natural event that causes great damage or loss of life
How Natural Disasters Effect Others
• Access to food, clothing, shelter, and medicine
• Lack of care and medical support they have
• Access to education
• GMO crops
• Natural disasters (factories collapsing)
• Environmental degradation
• Deforestation, soil erosion, and depletion/pollution of water resources
• Risk of diseases
• Radioactive and bio chemicals
• Crop and water contamination
• Dumping of chemical wastes
• Air pollution
GENDER OPPRESSION AND EDUCATION
• Bad environment -> no education
• Poverty = Male+ but Females -
USAID is the lead U.S. Government agency that works to end extreme global poverty and support.
GMO Action Alliance is a group that works together for the purpose of getting the government to label all generically modified foods.
GMO ACTION ALLIANCE
Oceana is the largest international advocacy organization
dedicated to protecting and restoring the world's oceans on a global scale.
Natural Disasters & Sacramento
Most vulnerable to: Flooding
Least prepared for: Wildfires
SACRAMENTO & DROUGHTS
In Sacramento, a mere 6.13 inches of rain fell last year - 2013, compared to an average 20 inches annually.