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Global warming and climate change is a very important subject we should all learn about. Here are the current facts about global warming without the hysteria.
Published by Sam Montana 79 months ago in Environmental Science | +50 votes | 24 comments
Plastic shopping bags, plastic market or grocery bags are a type of shopping bag made from different kinds of plastic which are common worldwide. These bags are once called single-use bags, referring to carrier of items from market/store to the house. Another uses are for storage and for trash is very common, but modern plastic bags are increasingly biodegradable and recyclable.
Published by Ron Siojo 72 months ago in Environmental Science | +22 votes | 22 comments
People from different walks of life can see the effects of environmental problems. Air pollution is one of these environmental concerns. Children, adults, and average people who stay most of the time outdoors are the most at risk. This article provides information about ground level ozone, its effects to human health, and its sources as well.
Published by J. Dollente 78 months ago in Environmental Science | +6 votes | 11 comments
If we work together, we can have a better and healthier environment. We can practice simple steps at home to contribute to environmental conservation.
Published by J. Dollente 79 months ago in Environmental Science | +9 votes | 11 comments
You can make a difference to the planet, and to your local economy by selecting where you eat and what you eat. This applies to eating out and dining in your own home. Learn how and why.
Published by Kaleidoscope Acres 96 months ago in Environmental Science | +23 votes | 11 comments
Are you aware of water footprint? It indicates the total volume of water used to produce goods and services consumed by an individual or community.
Published by valli sarvani 83 months ago in Environmental Science | +12 votes | 10 comments
In every crisis, there is always an opportunity for someone. This is the case of the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. In reality, the general perception that the oil spill is something that must be disdained could be a biased position as many sectors of society have seen some gains. The gulf oil spill, in fact, has both negative and positive externalities. Read on why this is so.
Published by Patrick Regoniel 95 months ago in Environmental Science | +10 votes | 10 comments
There is a lot of talk these days about investing in renewable sources of energy. What exactly is a source that is renewable and non renewable?
Published by Dr. Johnson C Philip 97 months ago in Environmental Science | +16 votes | 10 comments
The North Pacific Trash Gyre really shows just how much pollution floats around our planet. Plastic is the main form of trash in our oceans and not only pollutes our oceans but also kills birds and sea life. Recycling our trash, especially plastic can help. Learn about the Pacific Trash Gyre.
Published by Sam Montana 233 months ago in Environmental Science | +13 votes | 10 comments
Nature is put to danger because of man's greed. One of endangered nature's gifts is the tiger. These tigers are being threatened as they are poached or hunted for their valuable skin. Tiger fur is a billion-dollar industry, and though hunting is illegal, many still continue to kill the tigers.
Published by Guimo Pantuhan 72 months ago in Environmental Science | +11 votes | 9 comments
What are the benefits that can be derived from mangroves? This article provides the answer.
Published by Patrick Regoniel 77 months ago in Environmental Science | +10 votes | 9 comments
Hair is a very effective material to adsorb oil spill. How is it able to do so? Find out by reading the article below.
Published by Patrick Regoniel 95 months ago in Environmental Science | +7 votes | 9 comments
Natives of the Americas used an insect called the Cochineal (Dactylopius coccus) to produce a crimson red dye powder called carmine. This is also the source of red in British Red Coats coloration from the 1700-1800s.
Published by thestickman 100 months ago in Environmental Science | +2 votes | 9 comments
Water is one of today's most precious resources. While others have plenty of water, some are in dire need of it. In the hunger for water, some countries explored and extracted a very fragile resource deep within the Earth - the fossil water. Since fossil water crosses several borders, draining it could mean conflict between countries...
Published by Guimo Pantuhan 72 months ago in Environmental Science | +14 votes | 8 comments
There was a huge solar flare in 1859 which cause havoc in communication of little there was. Scientists predicting it could happened again in 2013 because there are signs the sun building up to a critical stage of its cycle. If it would come true the impact of it would be unthinkable because of our highly developed and widespread technology. Furthermore, nobody can function any more without it.
Published by Maria Hardy 72 months ago in Environmental Science | +6 votes | 8 comments
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