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Cindyyyy   2021-10-08 02:52:38 (Last post: 2021-10-09 21:58:21)
Climate Change Resources

What can we do as students to help conserve nature?

Abigailht   2021-10-09 21:58:21

What I think we can do is try and find ways in our communities to help out around and try in our own homes to reduce the waste of plastic and garbage.

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FranGabri   2021-10-08 04:50:09
How online gaming has become a social lifetime

“Our entire lives have led up to this,” my friends joked with me in mid-March.

I was sitting in my tiny New York City apartment, panicky and coming to terms with the reality that I’d be trapped inside for weeks, potentially months. But my friends reassured me that as lifelong video game enthusiasts, the prospect of sitting on a sofa in front of a TV for an interminable stretch would be a cakewalk. After all, gamers like me do already spend plenty of time in front of our screens all on our own.

But even sitting alone for hours, gamers aren’t necessarily isolated. In many cases, far from it. With the rise of social media, gamers – particularly in Gen Z – have perfected the art of building communities in and around video games. Gamers don’t just compete with strangers on the internet, but forge genuine, enduring friendships.

In this age of long-haul social distancing and mental-health strains, gamers have long had a tool that’s now bringing some relief to those who’ve never picked up a controller before. The explosive growth of gaming during the pandemic has shown that many have found a new outlet for much-needed connection in isolation.

Source:Fuente

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FranGabri   2021-10-08 04:49:08
How online gaming has become a social lifetime

“Our entire lives have led up to this,” my friends joked with me in mid-March.

I was sitting in my tiny New York City apartment, panicky and coming to terms with the reality that I’d be trapped inside for weeks, potentially months. But my friends reassured me that as lifelong video game enthusiasts, the prospect of sitting on a sofa in front of a TV for an interminable stretch would be a cakewalk. After all, gamers like me do already spend plenty of time in front of our screens all on our own.

But even sitting alone for hours, gamers aren’t necessarily isolated. In many cases, far from it. With the rise of social media, gamers – particularly in Gen Z – have perfected the art of building communities in and around video games. Gamers don’t just compete with strangers on the internet, but forge genuine, enduring friendships.

In this age of long-haul social distancing and mental-health strains, gamers have long had a tool that’s now bringing some relief to those who’ve never picked up a controller before. The explosive growth of gaming during the pandemic has shown that many have found a new outlet for much-needed connection in isolation.

Source:ISCFC Discussion Forum

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FranGabri   2021-10-08 04:47:16
How online gaming has become a social lifetime

“Our entire lives have led up to this,” my friends joked with me in mid-March.

I was sitting in my tiny New York City apartment, panicky and coming to terms with the reality that I’d be trapped inside for weeks, potentially months. But my friends reassured me that as lifelong video game enthusiasts, the prospect of sitting on a sofa in front of a TV for an interminable stretch would be a cakewalk. After all, gamers like me do already spend plenty of time in front of our screens all on our own.

But even sitting alone for hours, gamers aren’t necessarily isolated. In many cases, far from it. With the rise of social media, gamers – particularly in Gen Z – have perfected the art of building communities in and around video games. Gamers don’t just compete with strangers on the internet, but forge genuine, enduring friendships.

In this age of long-haul social distancing and mental-health strains, gamers have long had a tool that’s now bringing some relief to those who’ve never picked up a controller before. The explosive growth of gaming during the pandemic has shown that many have found a new outlet for much-needed connection in isolation.

Source:https://www.themillennialhouse.com/index.php/2021/09/29/accesorios-gaming-los-mejores-al-mejor-precio/

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Abigailht   2021-10-07 11:30:02
The resources that we can help with climate change

Climate change has gotten worse and worse throughout the years and as humans who live in this planet we should make it a goal to help out so that later generation don't have to be living in a world where our planet is being damaged by us. Some thing that we can do to help out is to use less plastic in our planet and reduce the consumption of how much we use it. Yes we can recycle our plastic but in reality only 5% of our plastic is being recycle and the rest is being thrown in land fields that go to our ocean. Resources that we can use is watching how to reduce plastic videos and educate our self in the problems that we as human are causing.

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Ilenia Formicola2   2021-10-06 02:53:58
Sostenibilità ambientale

Dobbiamo cercare di rendere le città più sostenibili possibile, come per esempio aggiungendo parchi alberi fiori…e dovremmo cercare di usare il meno possibile le auto e usare le biciclette o monopattini elettrici

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Valentin 987   2021-09-22 19:41:24
Consumption

Hi everyone!
First and foremost, I’d like to thank the ISCFC’s crew for letting us be a part of this project. I truly think that it can help us understand how our habits can impact our carbon footprint and the environment by the way.
Nevertheless, I’m living on an Island and I really want to understand how we could make things go better. After many researches, I have concluded that the only way to  reverse the trend is not modifying our way to consume but reducing our consumption. We also have to change some of our behaviors but first, we have to REDUCE our consumption. Finding new green resources is full of progresse but it doesn’t mean anything if we use them to increase our consumption. I’d like to hear your feedbacks on this, in the mean time, make sure you completely turn off your computer after you’ve read this ; )
Valentin CARRE.

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berti   2021-03-04 05:25:15 (Last post: 2021-09-22 19:06:28)
Energy generation in Germany

Hello everyone,
In Germany we also have a problem with our resources and our energy production.  Far too much of our energy is generated by lignite.  But this is very harmful for the climate. But the burning of the coal is also directly dangerous for the people. It also produces harmful substances such as nitrogen oxide, sulfur dioxide and mercury. This is dangerous for people because the substances damage the respiratory tract.
Also the "external costs" that arise in this way should be taken into account. For example, the health damage caused by the pollutants.
In addition, forests have been and are being destroyed in order to build new power plants.As a result, the polluted air cannot be filtered because there are not enough trees and many animal species would lose their habitat.  This would not only be extremely sad but would also cause costs.
Germany is one of the largest CO2 producers in the world. This must not be! Germany should definitely stop burning lignite before 2038!
What do you think?

Cam.brown12   2021-03-04 12:27:47

There are many ways you can change the ways in which you heat your home or provide energy for your household. If applicable remove yourself from the grid, or seek climate friendly alternatives like solar or wind power. In addition, the rise of other green power alternatives like geothermal energy and hydro power have made it easier to reduce your carbon footprint while still being able to heat your home and provide energy for your home.

terezija   2021-05-19 11:30:13

Yes, it sounds very complicated. It's almost like there's no "way out." I recently read about “green energy” which actually includes renewable natural sources (like the Sun). Green energy does not pollute our planet. Generating energy that produces no greenhouse gas emissions from fossil fuels and reduces some types of air pollution. One of the positive things about green energy is that green energy deals are no more or less expensive than standard energy deals, on the whole.So, yes... If you want to see more about this, here's one good link about how Denmark tried green energy:

WAG831   2021-06-01 12:20:13

Yes, in America there is a large issue with the burning of coal and fracking. The issue is that all the politicians want to generate revenue for their campaign so nothing really ever gets changed in America because if you want to win an election and change things in the government it is very hard because of these large corporations that give the money to the politicians if they don't do anything about climate change which makes it so that there's not an easy way to win.

Yann P   2021-09-22 19:06:28

Some gouvernement help for the cause but if we continue in the consumer society we do not résolve the problem.

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Tomas C   2021-05-20 21:37:00
Climate change

I believe Climate change is real and was created by humans. As we know, the atmosphere is only supose to take a certain amount of carbon, but humans have gotten in the way. This interfeirance of human life is causing the atmosphere to overwealm itself. This causes extreme dryness, icecaps melting, and habitats being ruined. Us as a society need to change our unhealthy ways and change for the better so that not only we can live a healthy life, but all living things around us as well.

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EGBOD   2021-05-16 17:59:24
My carbon footprint

The calculator showed that I had a lower-than-average carbon footprint, but transportation accounted for the majority of it. I participate in extracurricular activities five days a week, which are 10 miles apart, so it's a 20-mile round trip every time. I go to school four days a week, and it's a 10-mile round trip and a 20-mile round trip. I average 180 miles per week. I may cut down on this by carpooling with others and using public transportation.

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maveBOD   2021-05-12 21:27:35
Climate change effects

During 2021, climate change has been one of the biggest prolbems in the world. It is contributing to sea rise and slowly warming up the globe. In some more sevire cases it has even melted 80% of a large glacier in a few years. If the problem of climate change is not adressed it could do damage that will never be reversed.

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dagaBOD   2021-05-12 15:49:30
What can trees do to help climate change

It is very obvious that climate change is real and needs to be resolved. A solution that seems quite simple yet hasn't been used well are trees. Trees help not only reduce the energy we use but also help the environment and climate change.
Let me explain:
* First they create large areas of shade which than decreases the amount of energy needed for Ac
* Second They create O2 which is needed for most types of life to live. Plus they filter out Green house gasses to minimalize global warming.
*Third They are habitats for animals to live and hide and are a natural part of the environment unlike human made buildings.
*Fourth they lower the amount of erosion because of their roots to keep streets and urban areas cleaner and protect things like mountains and cliffs. Which than ends up protecting animals that rely on that land to survive.
Source:https://www.bgky.org/tree/benefits#:~:text=Trees%20give%20off%20oxygen%20that,for%20many%20birds%20and%20mammals.

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