Huang uses dark humour involving cuddly animals to bring home a serious message about climate change: the world's wildlife doesn't have a voice in the debate on human effects on the environment, even though animals are perhaps the most severely affected.
What does HE stand for?
HE stands for Human Effects
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
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We have 45 other meanings of HE in our Acronym Attic
- Historic Environment
- Hoist Electric
- Hollis and Eastern Railroad Company
- Home Education
- Home Entertainment
- Home Equity
- Horizontal Equivalent
- Horizontal Error
- Host Environment
- Huile Essentielle (French: Essential Oil; plant extract)
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As a former public health official and lecturer, writer, and researcher in public health research, I consider human effects public health science and environmental health science and policymaking to be a wreck, and Kabat explains in a lucid way why that is.
As the smoke cleared, and the human effects of the tragedy emerged, so did a culture of compassion and cooperative spirit.
The continuous drone-attacks across the border in Pakistan have very destructive human effects that often reach beyond the presumed insurgent targets; the agency claims to have killed around 1,400 suspected al-Qaida and Taliban paramilitaries, but Pakistan sources also (amid a scarcity of precise details) estimate that hundreds of civilians have also died in these operations.
Many human effects, such as land clearing and construction making the planet glarier, and the emission of many greenhouse gases, including carbon dioxide, have the potential to affect climate.
9781607414544 Epigenetics; mechanisms, functions, and human effects.
A muse on the human effects of ambition perhaps, on the insatiable nature of desire.