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Abstract While renewable energy has often been categorized as revolutionary, it still has many issues. More attention should be awarded to green energy for it to be more widely available, since fossil fuels are dominating the field of energy. This problem gets examined through three different academic articles, teaching us how technology and government policies can drastically change the way renewable energy gets used. While the solution has the possibility to heavily affect the world, it comes with a few challenges.

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There has been a meeting at the World Gas Conference of Paris between the biggest gas and oil companies to discuss about natural gas’ environmental benefits. News summary from an article written on BBC News by Richard Anderson on June 2nd 2015. 

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The topic of clean energy responds to the issue of non-renewable energy. It is linked to technology, the branch of knowledge used in relation to science and has many academic disciplines, including Informatics, Computer Science and Energy Engineering. Informatics

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  According to Wikipedia’s website, “Current estimates put global food loss and waste between one-third and one-half of all food produced”. Lost uneaten food is becoming a serious issue, especially in Canada, where our government does not seem to be putting enough effort to reduce the matter.This post will address the issue presented in CBC News’ article which was posted on October 26th, 2016 by Melissa Mancini and Nelisha Vellani and in Global News’ article posted on October 21st, 2015 by Negar Mojtahedi.

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The MAC, or Muslim Association of Canada is an organization that assists in the holistic educational and spiritual development of Muslims. They have multiple programs, schools and centers where you can help if you want to. On, which is their website, you can take a look at their programs and have a more in depth look at the organization.

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Kevin O’Leary is a Canadian businessman as well as a reality TV star. He is running to be at the lead of the federal Conservative party, along with 13 other people. News summary from an article by BBC News wrote on January 18th article does not have an author: it means that BBC, a pretty trusted news site, takes responsibility for this article, which makes it reliable.

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News summary from an article from abc news wrote by the Associated Press on January 25th, 2017Source:

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With approximately 1.8 billion members, it would be inaccurate to say that Facebook does not have an influence on the opinions and on the exposure to mass media of a quarter of the World population. In the beginning of 2017, Facebook’s chief executive Mark Zuckerberg finally recognized this social media’s responsibility in the consumption of news, be it fake or not, and created the Facebook Journalism Project.

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  Summary of BBC News article "Hackers caused power cut in western Ukraine – US" reported on January 12th 2016 Last December in western Ukraine, a power cut caused a blackout for 80,000 people in western Ukraine’s Prykarpattyaoblenergo utility, which is said to be the first acknowledged power outrage produced by a cyber attack.

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Article: “Fake News Fooling Millions!” by Carl Stoffers, The New York Times: Upfront, January 9th 2017,

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As reported by Amanda Holpuch last July 21st 2016 in the Guardian, another act of racism was made by the police. It is not the first time this last year police officers in America have opened fire on black unarmed men. Charles Kinsey, who is a behavior therapist in a group home was sitting by the street with an autistic patient when a police sped out of no where and brought a gun in their direction. Charles was not armed and his patient had only a toy truck in his hands whicht he therapist repeated multiple time he had to the police while his hands where in the air.

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