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Sport Is the Most Unifying Tool for Peace in the World

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In his article, “Sport is the Most Unifying Tool For Peace in the World,” Lemke demonstrates the

effects of sports in society, and how it “promotes universal values,” Sport is enjoyed by many, despite

gender, ethnicity, or age. Lemke illustrates the the effect of sports on society, when he talks about his

experience in Burundi, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Rwanda and Uganda. The players showed fair

play between genders, and it was a “victory for sport. still incomplete.” The disturbance that has occured to the lagoon’s equilibrium has triggered an increase

in low tides, and flooding. Moreover, the financial situation of the city is dire, since it has debts that

exceeds millions of euros. The author, Buckley is a novelist. The author uses graphics and statistics to

persuade the audience. The tone of the piece is informative, call to action, and alarming. Many visitors are

arriving to Venice for its famous canals. The number of tourists that visit the city is alarming, for it caused

pressures of the city’s hotel space. The famous sites in Venice should stand for many more years for

people to see, before “the water overwhelms” the city.In his article, When Will Venice Sink? You Asked Google – Here's the Answer,” Jonathan Buckley

addresses the issue that is going on in Venice, Italy. Each year the city is “sinking rapidly.” The floods

that are occuring in Venice is causing damage to the valuable infrastructure of Venice. However, the city

came uo with a solution, “Mose,” as a flood barrier. The people of Venice re not very happy with with

this creation, for it took “more than 20 years after the scheme was submitted to central government, and it

is still incomplete.” The disturbance that has occured to the lagoon’s equilibrium has triggered an increase

in low tides, and flooding. Moreover, the financial situation of the city is dire, since it has debts that

exceeds millions of euros. The author, BuckleyIn his article, When Will Venice Sink? You Asked Google – Here's the Answer,” Jonathan Buckley

addresses the issue that is going on in Venice, Italy. Each year the city is “sinking rapidly.” The floods

that are occuring in Venice is causing damage to the valuable infrastructure of Venice. However, the city

came uo with a solution, “Mose,” as a flood barrier. The people of Venice re not very happy with with

this creation, for it took “more than 20 years after the scheme was submitted to central government, and it

is still incomplete.” The disturbance that has occured to the lagoon’s equilibrium has triggered an increase

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