Ppt on road accidents in kenya

1 CDT403 Research Methodology in Natural Sciences and Engineering Theory of Science LANGUAGE AND COMMUNICATION, CRITICAL THINKING AND PSEUDOSCIENCE Gordana.

about temperature, but what does it mean? A warm winter day in Sweden is not the same thing as warm summer day in Kenya. 23 AMBIGUITIES OF LANGUAGE (9) Ambiguity of language results in its flexibility, that makes it possible for us to cover the /the traffic police, the cause of the accident was too high speed. According to a road-building engineer, the accident was caused by the slippery highway (poor, low- quality surface) According to the psychologist, the man was in a disturbed state of mind which caused /


1 CDT403 Research Methodology in Natural Sciences and Engineering Theory of Science MEANING, LANGUAGE AND COMMUNICATION, CRITICAL THINKING AND PSEUDOSCIENCE.

about temperature, but what does it mean? A warm winter day in Sweden is not the same thing as warm summer day in Kenya. 25 AMBIGUITIES OF LANGUAGE (9) Ambiguity of language results in its flexibility, that makes it possible for us to cover the /the traffic police, the cause of the accident was too high speed. According to a road-building engineer, the accident was caused by the slippery highway (poor, low-quality surface) According to the psychologist, the man was in a disturbed state of mind which caused /


1 CDT403 Research Methodology in Natural Sciences and Engineering Theory of Science SCIENCE VERSUS PSEUDOSCIENCE AS CRITICAL THINKING VERSUS WISHFUL THINKING.

about temperature, but what does it mean? A warm winter day in Sweden is not the same thing as warm summer day in Kenya. 131 AMBIGUITIES OF LANGUAGE (4) Ambiguity of language results in its flexibility, that makes it possible for us to cover the /the traffic police, the cause of the accident was too high speed. According to a road-building engineer, the accident was caused by the slippery highway (poor, low-quality surface) According to the psychologist, the man was in a disturbed state of mind which caused /


A Decade of Action in Transport An Evaluation of World Bank Assistance to the Transport Sector, 1995-2005 Peter Freeman Independent Evaluation Group, World.

.2 million annually (over 3,000/day) Injuries – 50 million annually 85% deaths and 90% injuries are in developing countries (up to 2% of their GDP) By 2020 road accidents will be the third biggest cause of death In Kenya 75% of road traffic casualties are young adults In Asian and African cities 60% of travelers are pedestrians and cyclists The Bank can play a much bigger/


00001-E-1– 27 June 2000 Why does AIDS persist at such a high rate in Sub-Saharan Africa? infidelity l Helen Epstein, in NY Times Magazine, June 13, 2004,

4 Diarrhoeal diseases l 5 Perinatal conditions l 6 Measles l 7 Maternal conditions l 8 Tuberculosis l 9 Congenital abnormalities l 10 Road traffic accidents 19.9 9.9 8.5 6.5 4.7 3.4 2.3 1.7 Source: The World Health Report 2000,/ 2000 Why does this behavior persist? l Women without access to funds (especially younger women) rely on male partners for financial contributions l In Kenya and South Africa, “sugar daddies” commonly help girls with school fees as well as luxuries. 00001-E-17– 27 June 2000 Uganda’s/


REGULATORY AND COMPETITION- RELATED REFORMS IN KENYA’S POWER AND PETROLEUM SECTORS By C. Onyango, G. Njeru and B. Omori 21 st October, 2009.

of Vision 2030 2ENERGY SECTOR IN KENYA…cnt’d Domestic Consumption/Sales A: Electricity Large/medium commercial users (56.2%) Domestic and small commercial (37.4%) Rural electrification (4.5%) B: Petroleum Retail pump & road transport (51.4%) Aviation /and storage; Suspect quality of petroleum products despite surveillance and quality inspections; Shortages, price fluctuations, blackouts, accidents & settlement of disputes etc d) Poor co-ordination and information exchange btwn ERC, MPC & other govt/


TOURISM AND ENVIRONMENT (THM 317)

are linked with the construction of general infrastructure such as roads and airports, and of tourism facilities, including resorts, /in their trucks and aircraft. This puts high pressure on animal habits and behaviors and tends to bring about behavioral changes. In some cases, as in Kenya/ realised; • Compliance and fines; • Accidents, emergency response, occupational illness; • Environment improvement efforts in the local community and participation in industry networks and partnerships; • EMS improvement/


Changing urban environments

Road accidents More people have more money and like the door-to-door service that comes with a car. Impact on health (asthma) Pedestrianisation of central areas. This removes traffic from the main shopping streets. Improving public transport. Congestion charging. Solutions? Increasing car parking charges in/ The rent money is used to provide basic services. An example is the Dandora scheme in Nairobi, Kenya Most of the inhabitants have moved from the countryside Squatter settlements are a problem. Local /


Joyce Umbima Consultant 10 /11/ 2009.  This paper addresses four main areas Uganda and all East African Commonwealth countries should investment in in.

in safeguarding the rights of children in the face of DRR management. 2  Climate change related disasters have increased in the last 3 decades in Africa with children being the HARDEST HIT  Flooding and drought are more common in Uganda and most of Countries in East Africa.  Other are fires, civil unrest, road related accidents/. This approach has been piloted in Kenya, South Africa, and Ghana. 3.2.Children led organizations  Children led organizations have also emerged in the last 10 years providing an/


Wishful thinking about low carbon growth? Tony Venables University of Oxford What determines (and should determine) the uptake of green technologies in.

for developing countries Opportunity cost of mitigation is therefore particularly high in SSA Introduction Country characteristics - endowments Characteristics Natural endowments Solar Hydro Fossil/Kenya 2020: indicative MAC (selected activities): 30% Improved stoves Scrap old vehicles Geothermal PV Micro-hydro The price of capital X CO2 reducing activities Old trucks not scrapped: SMEs face interest rate >> 4% plus, road quality, accident rates, insurance markets, lack of funds for public investment (roads/


disappointed-Rally—eighteen –navigator- nervous 1-Choose the suitable word from the box to fill in the spaces a- Tomorrow 43 cars will start the middle.

good food they prepared for us. We also were very excited to see all these amazing animals in Kenya.  One night I will never forget, we were attacked by dangerous hungry lions. We / to death. Write on a car rally  A car rally is a race on ordinary roads and tracks, not on a special racing circuit. The cars all follow the same route,/belts and wear crash helmets so that they will not be hurt in an accident. The car has extra lights to see better in poor weather. Also the car has a small steering wheel so /


PANAROMA of TAXI TRANSPORT WORLDWIDE IN COMPARISION WITH MIDDLE EAST CITIES Kaan Yıldızgöz UITP Training Director.

accidents. UITP 13 Singapore - Only for accidents where drivers are at fault Taxi Drivers- Authorities AuthoritiesNo. of DriversNo. NationalitiesMajor Nationalities Abu Dhabi14,04237Bangladesh – Pakistan - Nepal Ankara14,6301Turkey Budapest5,500-6,0001Hungarian Casablanca30,0001Morocco Delhi40,0001Indian Doha4,76219Bangladesh – Nepal - Kenya/ Electronic Meter POS Terminals are installed in taxis Riga Electronic Meter Credit Card Payment/ Percentage of taxis on the Road During Peak Periods Fleet Utilization/


Raccolta di articoli in inglese scritti dalla Classe 2 A Anno scolastico 2004 – 2005 Prof. Enrica Puppo PILLS.

so he decided to put an end to his life and shot himself in his house. ZAIRA PAPARELLA A MOTORBIKE ACCIDENT ZAIRA PAPARELLA Torrazza. 22 April. The mobile phone rang once, twice…/at S.Olcese he saw a white sheet on the road and understood what had happened. Luca Rio was 17, lived in via don Pertica Casella with his mother Daniela and his/Mkombozi, a little stray female dog. The baby had been abandoned in a plastic bag in a forest near Nairobi, Kenya. The dog found the little child last Friday, dragged her to/


The Need for Transportation Services for Vulnerable Groups in Africa by: Kaganzi Rutachwamagyo Information Centre on Disability (ICD) Tanzania Conference.

Malawi, Mozambique Personal experiences from Tanzania, Kenya, Uganda and Ethiopia Presentation concentrating on road transportation and related modes The Need for Transport Services for Vulnerable Groups in Africa by: Kaganzi Rutachwamagyo (ICD) /Lack of personal security Poor quality of road networks Congestions forcing pedestrians on the roads Horrendous scale of traffic accidents in developing countries The Need for Transport Services for Vulnerable Groups in Africa by: Kaganzi Rutachwamagyo (ICD) /


Lessons from Two Global Plagues: TB and Global Road Traffic Injuries California Childhood Injury Conference September 22, 2003.

181 66 100015002000250030003500 Viet Nam Kenya U.S. Jacobs, G., Aeron-Thomas, A., & Astrop, A. (2000). Estimating Global Road Fatalities (TRL report 445). London: Transport Research Laboratory. Motor Vehicles Are More Lethal Vehicles in Developing Countries Fatality rate (/there is nothing we can do) –disproportionately affects the poor –it is a complex intervention in a resource poor setting –injuries are seen as accidents, people blame the victim, they say “just be careful” A man entered the hospital /


THE ROLE OF OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY IN SUSTAINING HUMAN CAPITAL Professor Avinash Govindjee Faculty of Law, NMMU CCMA.

Technical Co-operation Programme: 1996 Training programmes Comparative experiences / Best practices Kenya: National Occupational Safety and Health Policy (June 2010) – Follows the creation/Policy developed following an extensive consultative process – Collaboration planned for the road ahead Australia: Harmonising Occupational Health and Safety Regulation (2008) Conducted a/workers more than 7 times as likely to be involved in accidents than those in the formal sector General remarks Data problem (also makes/


FOR PRODUCER USE ONLY Traveling Safely in Today’s Global Environment 2013 WBN Global Conference Employee Benefits Session.

, Venezuela High Risk: Algeria, Democratic Republic of Congo, Georgia, Honduras, Iran, Israel & Palestinian Territories, Kenya, Pakistan, Philippines, Sudan, Yemen Medium Risk: Angola, Argentina, Brazil, China, Ecuador, Greece, India, / accomadations Reward Interpreter 33FOR PRODUCER USE ONLY Summary Why Business Travel Accident? Obtaining medical treatment and hospital care abroad can be expensive, /times more likely to report they were in poor or fair health than those on the road one to six days a month./


Genre – Science Fiction "If you aint scared, you aint human." When Thomas wakes up in the lift, the only thing he can remember is his name. Hes surrounded.

– Realistic Fiction Jessica thinks her life is over when she loses a leg in a car accident. Shes not comforted by the news that shell be able to walk with /had to separate and go into hiding. The Mogadorian caught Number One in Malaysia, Number Two in England, and Number Three in Kenya. All of them were killed. John Smith, of Paradise, Ohio/watch?v=tojCn2Y41ig Genre – Realistic Fiction Just down the road from their families, Deo and his friends play soccer in the dusty fields of Zimbabwe, cheered on by Deos /


Eastern and Southern Africa Focus on Safaris. What is a safari? An expedition to observe or hunt animals in their natural habitat, especially in East.

one location to the next via Land Rover or minibuses Mobile – You stay in a temporary camp each night – Good for budget travelers who dont mind roughing/heart! Scariest safari accidents https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R2S2kMYYHZY Environmental Impact of Safaris Soaring visitor numbers have severely damaged roads and grasslands Without a/ Research and monitoring wildlife numbers FAMOUS PARKS Maasai Mara National Reserve - Kenya Kenya is Africas most popular safari destination and this is the most popular /


SOCIAL PROTECTION STRATEGIC FRAMEWORK

Humanitarian action, urbanization, migration and adolescence and youth The Road Ahead Collaborative Agenda for Action, engaging partners, UNICEF’s/In Malawi, cash transfers to adolescent girls increased school attendance, and led to a significant decline in early marriage, pregnancy, self-reported sexual activity and HIV prevalence among beneficiaries. In Kenya/unemployment Increased costs of services – ex: secondary school Traffic-related accidents, gang-violence, risky behavior High risk for rape, sexual /


Global Nutrition Part 2 Roadmap to a world without hunger Where are we headed? The ugly What works? It wasn’t an accident How did we get here? Where are.

processors, supermarkets and export-oriented distributors Provide all-weather vehicle access road and village vehicle The Kings of Philanthropy Bill Gates $28b + /“Not by accident?”; “Who’s responsible?” childbearing women and children not just across nations – increasingly within Impatient Optimistic America is well covered in text, Canada/ live in Asia Hunger is growing fastest in Ethiopia, Sudan, Rwanda, Burundi, Congo, Sierra Leone, Zimbabwe, Somalia, Kenya and Tanzania. Page 64 Nutrition in Global Health/


Trauma and posttraumatic stress disorder in Africa Dr Lukoye Atwoli Senior Lecturer in Mental Health Moi University School of Medicine.

problem of trauma and PTSD Trauma in Africa Trauma rates in Africa are among the highest in the world. According to the World Health Organization, each year there are more than 200,000 road traffic deaths in Africa and perhaps 20 to 30 / survivors in Kenya, about 50 years after their incarceration Pfeiffer (2011) found that 49% of former abductees in N. Uganda suffered from PTSD, while Klasen et al (2010) reported a rate of 36% among former Ugandan child soldiers In the urban Xhosa community in South Africa/


Mobilizing capital for AIDS responses in huge capital projects What opportunities are presented by the Capital Infrastructure Projects in Africa in the.

discrimination and weak laws Also:  Rapid increase in Non-Communicable Diseases (NCDS) such as heart disease, diabetes, cancers road traffic accidents and trauma.  Communicable diseases continue to ravage most countries in Africa. e.g SADC Member States are among the/Sudan’s plans to improve trade and oil export corridors through Uganda and Kenya  Botswana’s planned trans-Kalahari railway  Cameroon’s mega seaport in Kiribi  Tanzania’s road upgrades to the port of Mtwara  Zambia’s construction of the /


APES year in review 2015, The year everyone gets a 5!

Africa (Kenya)  1/5 of the world’s pop. Lives in absolute poverty, illiterate, lack clean H2O and don’t have enough food  80% of world’s pop. Lives in developing co/by increasing debt  Oversees all types of issues, not just environmental issues Ex. electricity, roads, new modern technology Soil  Humus- dark, soft, spongy residue of organic matter as /Ci in two half lives if the half life is 10 years then it will take 20 years. Accidents  Chernobyl: 4/26/86 Ukraine, complete meltdown. Resulting in /


IN THE NAME OF GOD 1 st session: PRRINCIPLES OF ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH.

car density. Hundreds of millions of peoples are exposed to unnecessary physical and chemical hazards in the living environment Half of a million die as a result of road accident Four million infant and children die from diarrhea diseases … INTERACTIONS BETWEEN HUMAN ACTIVITIES, HEALTH /is relative –stress is a sign of approaching scarcity or shortage For example, Tunisia and Kenya both have water availability less than 1000 m 3 per capita, but demand is less than supply What is Scarcity? Regardless /


A Contribution of the TAZ 1 st CBC T&L Services Industries Regional Dialogue Towards improved transport and trade facilitation and reducing CDB in T&L.

T&L Services Industries Regional Dialogue Towards improved transport and trade facilitation and reducing CDB in T&L Services Industries 17-18 September 2015 Nairobi, Kenya Robert Mtonga Chief Executive Officer – TAZ ceo@tazambia.org.zm +260 96 6848/. Access to ports is through road, rail, marine, air and pipeline. . 1. Kasumbalesa; 2. Kazungula; 3. Nakonde; 4. Chirundu; 5. Livingstone; 6. Katimamulilo; 7. Mwami; 8. Chanida; 9. Lusuntha; 10. Mpulungu. . Corridor Risks 1. Accidents Occur – Kasumbalesa; 2. Loss/


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AIDS in Africa: Past and Future Peter Piot Souleymane Mboup Meskerem Grunitzky Bekele.

top causes of death in Africa 1.AIDS 2.Malaria 3.Lower respiratory infections 4.Diarrhoeal diseases 5.Perinatal conditions 6.Cerebrovascular disease 7.Tuberculosis 8.Ischaemic heart disease 9.Measles 10.Road traffic accidents Extrapolated from WHO data/ clinics in Sub Saharan Africa 1997-2006 HIV Prevalence among pregnant women attending Antenatal clinics in Sub Saharan Africa 1997-2006 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 1997199819992000200120022003200420052006 Years HIV % Cote dIvoire Ethiopia Kenya Burkina Faso/


Salim S Abdool Karim Pro Vice-Chancellor (Research), University of KwaZulu-Natal Director: CAPRISA - Centre for the AIDS Programme of Research in South.

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Introduction to Wireless Sensor Networks

to Wireless Sensor Networks Example: Habitat Monitoring The ZebraNet Project Collar-mounted sensors monitor zebra movement in Kenya Source: Margaret Martonosi, Princeton University Introduction to Wireless Sensor Networks Characteristics of Wireless Sensor Networks / Networks Traffic Management & Monitoring Future cars could use wireless sensors to: Handle Accidents Handle Thefts Sensors embedded in the roads to: Monitor traffic flows Provide real-time route updates Introduction to Wireless Sensor Networks/


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, James Nyakundi, Florence Kerubo, Elijah Onsomo, Rebecca Nyamasasi, Issac Ombaka They live in the Banita Gichagi village near Solai town in the Rift Valley province of Kenya In 2007, the family was displaced from their home when violence swept through the region following/ built a small mud home. Four years ago, the family was resettled in Blue-Banita Gichagi village, where they built a small mud home. Ibrahim had a road accident several years ago and lost one of his legs. Despite this physical disability/


APES year in review 2011, The year everyone gets a 5!

Kenya) 1/5 of the world’s pop. Lives in absolute poverty, illiterate, lack clean H2O and don’t have enough food 80% of world’s pop. Lives in/ all types of issues, not just environmental issues Ex. electricity, roads, new modern technology Ch 8: Soil (Dust Bowl, Porosity and/in cooling ponds at commercial nuclear facilities Proposed site for disposal - Yucca Mountain in SE Nevada Concerns: Geological active area, Intrusion of water table, distances for wastes travel, radioactive decay and half-lives Accidents/


0 Extendability in Design Legatum Fellows Seminar Series Jhonatan Rotberg Lecturer, MIT Engineering Systems Division Founder, Director, MIT NextLab Program.

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APES year in review 2012… The year everyone will get a 5! 1.

Kenya)  1/5 of the world’s pop. Lives in absolute poverty, illiterate, lack clean H2O and don’t have enough food  80% of world’s pop. Lives in/all types of issues, not just environmental issues Ex. electricity, roads, new modern technology 50 Ch 8: Soil (Dust Bowl, /in cooling ponds at commercial nuclear facilities Proposed site for disposal - Yucca Mountain in SE Nevada Concerns: Geological active area, Intrusion of water table, distances for wastes travel, radioactive decay and half-lives 76 Accidents/


Outline Recent Innovations in Technology, Business, Market, and New Polymaths Internet Innovations and Trend Innovations of Financial Technology

in traffic. Using new mathematical models and IBM’s predictive analytics technologies, the researchers will analyze and combine multiple possible scenarios that can affect commuters to deliver the best routes for daily travel, including many factors, such as traffic accidents, commuter’s location, current and planned road/ bank accounts, The two most successful of these are M-PESA in Kenya and G-Cash in the Philippines. Overview of M-PESA What is G-CASH G-CASH G-Cash: Subscriber Registration G-Cash:/


The Network Society & Knowledge Economy Portugal in the Global Context –Lisboa, March 4-5, 2005.

Accident prevention & cancer in young people Young people’s (15-34) mortality rates among highest in EU Cardio-vascular disease high in older people Portugal: Low density of healthcare practitioners >80% of healthcare professionals work in 3 largest cities –>60% in Lisboa Shortage of dentists & nurses –3 dentists per 100k in 1988 –3.1 nurses per 100k in/EU road map Part B: E-health use in US/in the control group compared to the intervention group (65%) Mobiles in LDCs: An extensible model? AIDS fight in Kenya/


Investing in Africa Sir Paul Judge 20 th November 2012.

42% IRR Brookside Dairy Brookside is the largest privately owned dairy in East Africa with operations in Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania. It also exports products to Rwanda, Burundi, / their eyes studying by weak light at night Cause major burn accidents every day Kerosene Lamps Sources, CNN, Rural Energy Foundation3 Micro Solar /Implied Priorities Business Development: M-Pesa Coastal Cables Developing Togo’s Transport Road Air Marine Rail “Insufficient infrastructure is one of Togo’s biggest obstacles /


Starter: Complete this image. Inequality in Brazil Task: Describe photographs A and B. Would you rather live in a home looking at area A or B? Why?

in the future education opportunities for young people, including universities and secondary school better hospital and clinic facilities for safer childbirth, child health and, in case of accidents,/ know???????? In 2009, about 35 per cent of Brazil’s population lived in slums, about 50 million people. In Kenya, 79.2 per cent of the population lived in slums –/· No schools · No healthcare · Lots of diseases · Lots of rubbish · Roads not tarred · Poorly paid jobs What are the houses like? The houses are/


APES year in review 2014, The year everyone gets a 5!

Kenya)  1/5 of the world’s pop. Lives in absolute poverty, illiterate, lack clean H2O and don’t have enough food  80% of world’s pop. Lives in/all types of issues, not just environmental issues Ex. electricity, roads, new modern technology Ch 8: Soil (Dust Bowl, Porosity /in cooling ponds at commercial nuclear facilities Proposed site for disposal - Yucca Mountain in SE Nevada Concerns: Geological active area, Intrusion of water table, distances for wastes travel, radioactive decay and half-lives Accidents/


APES year in review 2013, This year everyone gets a 5!

China, Africa (Kenya)  1/5 of the world’s pop. Lives in absolute poverty, illiterate, lack clean H2O and don’t have enough food  80% of world’s pop. Lives in developing co./ electricity, roads, new modern technology Ch 8: Soil (Adobe Rock and Roll Lab) Biotic Fungi Algae Protists Invertebrates Bacteria Abiotic Minerals Air [in pores] Water [in pores]/ of water table, distances for wastes travel, radioactive decay and half-lives Accidents  Chernobyl: 4/26/86 Ukraine complete meltdown.  Three Mile Island:/


APES year in review 2014: The year everyone gets a 5!

Kenya)  1/5 of the world’s pop. Lives in absolute poverty, illiterate, lack clean H2O and don’t have enough food  80% of world’s pop. Lives in/all types of issues, not just environmental issues Ex. electricity, roads, new modern technology Ch 8: Soil (Dust Bowl, Porosity /in cooling ponds at commercial nuclear facilities Proposed site for disposal - Yucca Mountain in SE Nevada Concerns: Geological active area, Intrusion of water table, distances for wastes travel, radioactive decay and half-lives Accidents/


APES year in review 2013-14, The year everyone gets a 5!

Kenya)  1/5 of the world’s pop. Lives in absolute poverty, illiterate, lack clean H2O and don’t have enough food  80% of world’s pop. Lives in/ of issues, not just environmental issues Ex. electricity, roads, new modern technology Soil (Dust Bowl, Porosity and Permeability/in cooling ponds at commercial nuclear facilities Proposed site for disposal - Yucca Mountain in SE Nevada Concerns: Geological active area, Intrusion of water table, distances for wastes travel, radioactive decay and half-lives Accidents/


APES year in review 2015, This year everyone gets a 5!

China, Africa (Kenya)  1/5 of the world’s pop. Lives in absolute poverty, illiterate, lack clean H2O and don’t have enough food  80% of world’s pop. Lives in developing co./ electricity, roads, new modern technology Ch 8: Soil (Adobe Rock and Roll Lab) Biotic Fungi Algae Protists Invertebrates Bacteria Abiotic Minerals Air [in pores] Water [in pores]/ of water table, distances for wastes travel, radioactive decay and half-lives Accidents  Chernobyl: 4/26/86 Ukraine complete meltdown.  Three Mile Island:/


APES year in review 2015, The year everyone gets a 5!

Developing Countries  Latin America, China, Africa (Kenya)  1/5 of the world’s pop. Lives in absolute poverty, illiterate, lack clean H2O and don’t have enough food  80% of world’s pop. Lives in developing co. and growing  Special agency of/rods are still in cooling ponds at commercial nuclear facilities Proposed site for disposal - Yucca Mountain in SE Nevada Concerns: Geological active area, Intrusion of water table, distances for wastes travel, radioactive decay and half-lives Accidents  Chernobyl: /


APES – a year in review 2013, The year everyone gets a 5?

Kenya)  1/5 of the world’s pop. Lives in absolute poverty, illiterate, lack clean H2O and don’t have enough food  80% of world’s pop. Lives in/ of issues, not just environmental issues Ex. electricity, roads, new modern technology Soil (Horizons, Porosity and Permeability)/in cooling ponds at commercial nuclear facilities Proposed site for disposal - Yucca Mountain in SE Nevada Concerns: Geological active area, Intrusion of water table, distances for wastes travel, radioactive decay and half-lives Accidents/


APES year in review This is the year everyone gets a 5!

Kenya)  1/5 of the world’s pop. Lives in absolute poverty, illiterate, lack clean H2O and don’t have enough food  80% of world’s pop. Lives in/all types of issues, not just environmental issues Ex. electricity, roads, new modern technology Ch 8: Soil (Dust Bowl, Porosity /in cooling ponds at commercial nuclear facilities Proposed site for disposal - Yucca Mountain in SE Nevada Concerns: Geological active area, Intrusion of water table, distances for wastes travel, radioactive decay and half-lives Accidents/


APES year in review 2007, The year everyone gets a 5!

Kenya)  1/5 of the world’s pop. Lives in absolute poverty, illiterate, lack clean H2O and don’t have enough food  80% of world’s pop. Lives in/all types of issues, not just environmental issues Ex. electricity, roads, new modern technology Ch 8: Soil (Dust Bowl, Porosity /in cooling ponds at commercial nuclear facilities Proposed site for disposal - Yucca Mountain in SE Nevada Concerns: Geological active area, Intrusion of water table, distances for wastes travel, radioactive decay and half-lives Accidents/


APES year in review 2011, The year everyone gets a 5!

Kenya)  1/5 of the world’s pop. Lives in absolute poverty, illiterate, lack clean H2O and don’t have enough food  80% of world’s pop. Lives in/all types of issues, not just environmental issues Ex. electricity, roads, new modern technology Ch 8: Soil (Dust Bowl, Porosity /in cooling ponds at commercial nuclear facilities Proposed site for disposal - Yucca Mountain in SE Nevada Concerns: Geological active area, Intrusion of water table, distances for wastes travel, radioactive decay and half-lives Accidents/


APES year in review 2014, The year everyone gets a 5!

Kenya)  1/5 of the world’s pop. Lives in absolute poverty, illiterate, lack clean H2O and don’t have enough food  80% of world’s pop. Lives in/all types of issues, not just environmental issues Ex. electricity, roads, new modern technology Ch 8: Soil (Dust Bowl, Porosity /in cooling ponds at commercial nuclear facilities Proposed site for disposal - Yucca Mountain in SE Nevada Concerns: Geological active area, Intrusion of water table, distances for wastes travel, radioactive decay and half-lives Accidents/


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