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Hey everyone, Kobe here. It’s an honor to contribute to this website and be around an amazing group of people. Jim Rohn once said, “You are the average of the five people you spend the most time with.”
That being said let’s dig right into our topic of the day. Environmental issues that can have an effect on U.S. workers health. This is a subject I have been wanting to touch on for quite some time now because it’s dear to my heart.
I grew up in a working-class family. The only thing they knew was how to be a wage earner and rely on a payroll check. That was the life they grew up in and how their family taught them. Naturally this what they passed downed to me and my siblings.
My parents did not understand the entrepreneurial life that I have dedicated myself to. Nor did they believe it was a good idea. They meant no harm by it was just so foreign to them, they couldn’t grasp why I would rather take my chances than settle for a safe payroll job.
To get back on track to our subject U.S. workers are affected by environmental issues on a daily basis. Some matters have a larger consequence than others, but I believe we should still bring this topic out into the light.
In this post, I would like to tackle 4 subjects that I believe have been affecting our workers for decades. Maybe if we can bring certain problems like this out of the darkness we can possibly save some people’s health.
Educating people is a great way to contribute to our society because there are a lot of people ignorant to environment problems. It’s definitely not a popular topic to discuss in the working class of America.
Ok, enough of my rants let’s dive into the content and hopefully I can get some feedback from you.
Change in climate
Working in extreme temperatures
One thing I always want to remember is the summer’s as a teenager when my father allowed me to work at his job site’s for that summer vacation spending money.
Oh, how I regretted that shit. He would ask me, “Are you sure you can hang?” As a young healthy athlete that would endure double-session football practices in blazing summer heat replied, “Are you kidding me pops?” Proceeding to show off my biceps in sarcasm. Read More …
We have heard time and time again about hydraulic fracking in America. If you have never really researched the subject and rely simply on what you hear on the news, 9 out of 10 times you will probably be against fracking and what it is all about.
First we are going to talk about the definition of hydraulic fracking and then get into some other subjects that could be affecting our earth and economy.
So what exactly is fracking? The best answer I could find that explains it the best is as follows. Fracking is short for hydraulic fracking. Fracking is a type of oil field drilling that is performed by cutting edge horizontal drilling rigs to produce a flow of natural gases and crude oil. Hydraulic fracking involves tapping into shale and rock formations thousands of miles below the earth.
Pretty vague definition right? No worries, we are going to break this down in greater detail soon enough.
Why does the U.S. implement fracking?
Alissa here and I want to start things off with a subject that I have been meaning to write about for quite some time now.
Environmental issues that can affect our local businesses and the way they operate is a matter that goes untouched. So little emphasis is put on our environment. Not only that, but it is rarely associated with business topics.
Unless you’re really searching for this type of subject, you probably will never hear or read about it.