Muhammad Kashif Hayat
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I am a social entrepreneur, I work for a company, I work for a philanthropic foundation, I am an academic
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I am a Legal Consultant and Social Worker. I am working in different types of Legal & Corporate fields and I also work for Media & Entertainment Industry.
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Causes of Climate Change

Hello Dears,
In my opinion, the major causes of Climate Change are the rapid and unorganized Industrialization, population growth, availability of large quantity of new products in the market containing hazardous chemicals, unproper disposable methods of industrial and chemical wastes, bad governance of governments and their respective departments, lack of general awareness among the people, improper utilization of funds and inconsistence governmental policies etc. Thanks.

Posted on October 16, 2009 at 9:18

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At 20:09 on June 23, 2009, Caroline Garcia said…
Thanks for your message. My climate change education project involves over 2,000 young people across 12 countries (100 schools). We have developed lesson plans and a dedicated website www.planmtl.org. If you need more details, my work email is caroline.mccarthygarcia@plan-international.org.
At 22:54 on March 19, 2010, Liz McLellan hyperlocavore.com said…
Hello Muhammed!
I am sorry I missed your message. Yard sharing is basically a way to organize growing food more locally and cheaply. It's hard for one person to manage a real food garden with a job and other responsibilities. But pairing up can half the work! For more info please go here! We share tools, seeds, time, strength, yard space...

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