Topics: Recycling, United States, Functional illiteracy Pages: 2 (462 words) Published: December 10, 2012
2- Many people have trouble falling asleep or staying asleep for an adequate amount of time. This problem is known as insomnia. What suggestions would you give to people who cannot seem to get a good night’s sleep? Problem: Insomnia

a. Set a regular bedtime.
b. Be smart about napping.
c. Make sure your bed is comfortable.
4- The population of the world keeps growing. Every fifteen seconds, approximately 100 babies are born. Experts predict that by the year 2015, there will be 7 billion people on our planet. By the end of the century, the population could reach 10 billion people. The problem is that there probably will not be enough food to feed everyone. What solutions can you come up with to help solve this problem? Problem: Overpopulation

a. Making sure people around the world have access to family planning services. b. Reforming tax laws in a way that encourage couples to have to more than two children. c. Continue to improve resource efficiency and pollution control so that standards of living can rise without negative impact, and keep human population to numbers that are sustainable. 5- Crime is a serious problem in many large cities. Look back at the introduction to an essay on crime on page 65. Is crime a serious problem in the large cities in your native country? What solutions can you think of to reduce the amount of crime? Problem: Crime in large cities in the United States ( or another country) Solutions:

a. Create, implement and monitor a national action plan for violence prevention. b. Promote primary prevention responses.
c. Integrate violence prevention into social and educational policies, and thereby promote gender and social equality.
6- Illiteracy is a serious problem all over the world. For example, one-third of adults in the United States are functionally illiterate. People who cannot read and write have many disadvantages functioning in society. What solutions can you come up...
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