The Reasons For Building Biosphere 2

Landfills1
Landfills1
Landfills1 Landfills- A Growing Menace When asked to think of the largest man made structure, people will invariably come up with an answer like The Great Wall of China, the Great Pyramids, or the Taj Majal. In contrast to these striking achievements of mankind is the Durham Road Landfill outside San Francisco, which occupies over seventy million cubic feet. It is a sad monument to the excesses of modern society [Gore 151]. One must think this huge reservoir of garbage must be the largest thing
Biosphere 2 is a miniature copy of Earth It was an international proje
Biosphere 2 is a miniature copy of Earth It was an international proje
Biosphere 2 is a miniature copy of Earth. It was an international project which combined different countries and cultures from all over the world. Biosphere 2 is located in Arizona because of its climate. The site had more than two thousand acres. The reasons for building Biosphere 2, the facilities, biomes, and the problems faced inside will be discussed in this report. Some of the reasons for building Biosphere 2 were overcrowding on Earth and troubles, on Earth, in the future. Population of
The Vanishing Rainforest
The Vanishing Rainforest
The Vanishing Rainforest In 1500, there were about 7 million indigenous people living in tropical rainforests. Today, there are less than 200,000. The reason for this is because their natural home, the rainforest is being destroyed for the poorer countries that have these forests in their boundaries to make money from the products to pay off debts owed to other countries, including the United States. The Forests are cut and burned to make room for animals grazing pastures, farming area, timber,
Landfills
Landfills
Landfills It has long been believed that the largest entity brought upon the Earth by humankind is the Pyramid of the Sun, constructed in Mexico around the start of the Christian era. The mammoth structure commands nearly thirty million cubic feet of space. In contrast, however, is the Durham Road Landfill, outside San Francisco, which occupies over seventy million cubic feet of the biosphere. It is a sad monument, indeed, to the excesses of modern society [Gore 151]. One might assume such a mon