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Reshuffle of the China’s Education System: The Double Reduction Policy

Written By: Yi Dong

The General office of China Central Committee of the CPC and the General Office of the State Council has jointly issued new educational guidelines named the Opinions on Further Reducing the Burdens of Homework and Off-campus Training for Students During the Period of Compulsory Education, or the “double reduction” policy for short on July 24, 2021 (7). The two main aims of this policy are to relieve the studying burden on the students and reduce the number of off-campus tutoring programs that feature curriculum subjects.

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Global Warming Is An Economic Crisis

Written By: Adshake Kunanithy

Unlike the past, the weather would never be the same. Forest fires in California and British Columbia. First fall of snow in Egypt. Heat warnings during the dreadful summer term. All, clear indications of weather rapidly changing with the actions of human population and human creation.

The explanation of these bizarre climate patterns can only be explained by global warming. 

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A Lethal Bullet for Canada’s Peacekeeping Reputation

Written By: Adshake Kunanithy

For many years, Canada was known as the country of politeness. News articles and radios often highlight the billions of dollars invested in foreign aid, donations to countries during pandemic and natural disasters, and their beloved role as peacekeepers in the United Nations. Listening to these achievements, we hold biases and are blinded by the consequences of our “helpful” actions.

In fact, the many years of Canada glorifying their kindness were the same years that they have been trading military weaponry and technology. Continue reading…

Electric Vehicles – The Future?

Written by: Rohin Patel

Climate change targets, set by governments around the globe, have led to a widespread movement towards renewable energy, which is aimed at replacing the need for non-renewable sources of energy such as fossil fuels. One of the major contributors to the increased carbon emissions over the past few decades is the motoring industry as more and more cars on the road emit more carbon gasses. As such, the introduction of electric vehicles that are powered through renewable sources of energy is thought to be the solution to the climate change crisis. But are they as beneficial as sought out to be? Continue reading…

Carbon Taxes: An Explainer

Written by: Thomas Morton

The Earth’s steadily warming climate is threatening to seriously affect our way of life. If humanity is unable to rein in carbon emissions, climate change will make many places too hot for humans to live in, severely damage agricultural productivity, exhaust some freshwater supplies, and flood low-lying coastal areas. Even in the face of other serious issues, climate change is still the biggest threat to our way of life and it is not a crisis that can be solved overnight.

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