Abortion education

27 October, 2012

The most expensive program of sex education for young people was applied in Scotland. It was dedicated to reduce the number of unwanted pregnancies and the increasing surgical abortions. However, after five years, it did not provide better results than the “conventional” programs of instruction. The experiment was applied to young girls of fifteen years and the rates of teenage pregnancy did not reduce. Its executives “admitted the failure”, according to the London Telegraph rotary.

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Environmental and human ecology

11 October, 2012

   Currently, there is much talk about ecology and protection of the environment, especially after the international debate of Copenhagen. We might say that ecology studies the relationship between living organisms and their environment. We can make a clear distinction between natural and human ecology. Environmental ecology leads us to the protection of nature in all its facets. We are saddened when forest fires destroy the natural beauty and economic assets of forests and when plastics, cans and other wastes are throw on the streets. Read the rest of this entry »