Student Blogs

Designing Green

As a student in the architectural technology program at CityTech, architects have a duty to protect the environment which mean their work ties directly into climate change.  As the population of the planet increases architects are in higher demand to design new buildings and improve existing buildings to


How is Climate Change Affecting Pakistan?

Pakistan, my home, is such a beautiful country. In fact, if you divide the name of Pakistan into two parts, Pak means pure and stan means land of pure in the Urdu language. There are so many pretty places to go in Pakistan and it is as beautiful


Climate Change Impacts Agriculture in Bangladesh

As we start talking about climate change, we first need to think about if we are directly or indirectly responsible for these changes. We also need to consider how we would be effected by these changes. One of the necessary things for any living species to stay alive


Climate Change in My Region

I am a New York City resident and live in the northeastern part of the United States. It wasn’t until after the industrial revolution (around 1840), that climate throughout the world took a drastic change. For the northeastern U.S. and New York State, climate change has been especially


My Take: Slowing Climate Change

Climate has been changing throughout history may it be by natural causes or due to human interactions, there is no denying that fact. However, as time passes countries are developing technologies in hopes of repairing or preventing more damage to the earth and the environment. These actions may


My Take: Using Our Resources to Survive

Not more than 15 years ago, it was thought by many that drastic changes to our climate was inevitable. Even without the data of earth scientists, it was as if you could feel variance in the climate.  Today, I think that climate change is in fact inevitable but


My Take: Rubbish That May Eliminate Our Future

Climate change today is a major issue around the world. Not being able to keep up with the day to day changes within the world leads to destruction of wildlife and human species entirely as we know it. Think about the recurring forest fires or the ice caps


My Take: Human Activity Causes Climate Change

As we know, climate change has been the major issue this century. Climate change is a long-term change of the average weather patterns that has defined Earth’s local, regional and global climates. There are natural fluctuations in the climate but scientists say temperatures are now rising faster than


My Take: Actions to Stop Global Warming Not Significant

I believe that climate change is something real, something that most people overlook too often or do not pay attention to. This is true for some people who work in the field of agriculture. It is especially true for businesses creating factories or facilities, for maximum manufacturing of


My Take: China’s Alternative to Coal

In recent years, human life has brought many negative effects on the climate and on nature. Carbon dioxide emissions have caused temperature rise and sea level rise. Animals and plants living in isolation on islands are facing unprecedented challenges. Arctic icebergs have melted and animals have lost their


My Take: Climate Change & Recycling

As the climate change or global warming continues, the expectation of extreme weather will occur more frequently than before. For example, the two nor’easters that hit northeastern United states and eastern Canada in early February 2021 had heavy snowfall, cold temperatures and coastal flooding which heavily impacted human