Knowledge, Society, & the Environment (1227)

Champlain College, Saint-Lambert
by Frederique Laprise on September 23, 2017
By Christine Vo, Frederique Laprise, Viviane Nguyen, and Alexanne Beaulieu Climate Dividing our People              From sea level rising, to flooding and crop failures, certain regions and groups are more at risk than others. In fact, climate change has divided our people because not all countries are suffering the same disastrous consequences, leaving many of the poorest countries in disaster because of the pollution emitted by the richer countries.

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Champlain College, Saint-Lambert
by victoriasalomon on September 23, 2017
Victoria, Katelyn, Melodie   Religion and culture have the power to shape us as human beings, down to our core beliefs. Though, it is surprising to see the amount of impact it can have on our ecological beliefs. More specifically: climate change and the air of denial surrounding it. Some religions do not see the need to personally care for the environment, believing that their God is in charge of everything that happens to the world. Others, in their culture, engage in practices that are more taxing on the environment than we believe.  

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Champlain College, Saint-Lambert
by Audrey Houle on September 21, 2017
Catherine Martin, Audrey Gauthier, Isabela Gorea and Audrey Houle  

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Champlain College, Saint-Lambert
by davidnormand on September 21, 2017
David Normand, Guillaume Fraticelli, Étienne Poirier   Transportation by cars represents 12% of all Green House emissions all around the world. It has become a part of our daily lives and has been an industry in continuous development. Companies fight to make the fastest, prettiest and strongest car compared to other competitors, while what they should actually do is design the most efficient, low consuming and environmentally friendly car they can.  

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Champlain College, Saint-Lambert
by nick18 on September 21, 2017
Nicolas C, Max D, Ariane G Climate Debt

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Champlain College, Saint-Lambert
by TYuen5678 on September 21, 2017
Balance is what keeps the earth together. As David Suzuki said, our survival is based on an interaction, an equilibrium, between air, water, land and the living. However, for the past decades, climate change started to disturb this natural balance and causing impacts on every aspect of one’s life. For instance, forests have been big victims of those impacts. In fact, for many years, Canadian forests have been living in harmony with the forest pathogens, each one having a positive impact on the other.

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Champlain College, Saint-Lambert
by Matthill31 on September 21, 2017
Matthew Hill Umrick Singh Luka Guenette Larocque Climate Denial in Canadian Politics  

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Champlain College, Saint-Lambert
by Audrey Rose Lussier on September 13, 2017
Climate change: Agriculture in danger Marine Gauthier, Hina Idris and Audrey Rose Lussier  Our world is hugely affected by global warming. It affects human health, forests, oceans and so on and so forth. But one of the impacts that really affect our daily life negatively concern agriculture. One of our basic need is to eat, therefore, negatives effects of climate change on agriculture is bad for human’s healthy consummation of food. Flooding and droughts are two main direct consequences of climate change that affects crop yields and breeding.  

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Champlain College, Saint-Lambert
by etienne on September 13, 2017
Guillaume Fraticelli, Étienne Poirier, David Normand

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Champlain College, Saint-Lambert
by Frederique Laprise on September 13, 2017
By Christine Vo, Frederique Laprise and Viviane Nguyen Arctic Warming: Only the tip of the Iceberg   Global warming has been an issue since the industrialisation era, where our emission of CO2 began being critically high. The artic has not been immune to climate change, being one of the primary victim of this modern crisis. What are the consequences and issues linked to the warming of the Arctic?   Melting of the ice caps:  

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Champlain College, Saint-Lambert
by Audrey Houle on September 12, 2017
Isabela Gorea, Audrey Gauthier, Audrey Houle and Alexanne Beaulieu

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Champlain College, Saint-Lambert
by victoriasalomon on September 12, 2017
Victoria, Katelyn, Mezen, Ariane, Nicolas   The beginning of industrialization brought a wave of new technology, as well as a wave of problems no one had anticipated. Climate change has had and continues to have negative effects on human health. In China, people are forced to wear face masks to avoid the air pollution around them. In 2003, Europe, more than 70 000 people died due to an intense heatwave.

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Champlain College, Saint-Lambert
by Matthill31 on September 12, 2017
Matthew Hill Umrick Singh Luka Guenette Larocque The Effects of Climate Change on Hockey As more years go by, the future of hockey becomes more and more endangered due to global warming and climate change. Any professional hockey player will tell you that playing pond hockey and on outdoor rinks was critical to their achieving success. Climate change is slowly putting an end to outdoor hockey in the winter and some cities have already completely lost their ability to do so because they can't maintain solid ice long enough to be able to skate on it.

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