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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 77 months ago in Environmental Science | +50 votes | 24 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 93 months ago in Environmental Science | +23 votes | 11 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 70 months ago in Environmental Science | +22 votes | 22 comments
Trees and man – the ties that intricately bind them has existed since the dawn of time. To stand under the cool shade of a single tree reposes a tired and exhausted person from the scorching heat of the sun. No park will ever possess the serenity and the pleasing ambiance that a forest of trees radiates. To frolic and explore the natural beauty of a rain forest provides a first-hand education of the depth and complexities of life which no high-tech media could render. Yes, the rain forest is...
Published by Ron Siojo 91 months ago in Environmental Science | +18 votes | 7 comments
It is easy to save dollars when we recycle. Many of the old and used items we throw away can still be put to use.
Published by Athena Goodlight 93 months ago in Environmental Science | +17 votes | 6 comments
Adverse effects of dangerous algae to the marine food chains. Ocean ecosystems depend on algae's ability to turn decaying organic material into edible fish food.
Published by Iris McCammon 79 months ago in Environmental Science | +16 votes | 2 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 95 months ago in Environmental Science | +16 votes | 10 comments
We all know that going green means better for the surroundings, but itÂ’s also better for you. Conserving resources likewise helps save you money, which is something most of us are pleased to live with.
Published by Athena Goodlight 86 months ago in Environmental Science | +15 votes | 2 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 69 months ago in Environmental Science | +14 votes | 8 comments
3000 tigers left in the wild and numbers are still dropping. South China tiger is number one on the threatened species list, or is it extinct in the wild?
Published by Louie Jerome 96 months ago in Environmental Science | +14 votes | 8 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 230 months ago in Environmental Science | +13 votes | 10 comments
What is the mystery of the Bermuda Triangle? Many planes and ships have been lost into the dark depths of the sea inside the triangular area, leaving those left behind wondering. Could it be aliens? Atlantis and a magnetic pull from deep within the ocean? Are there methane bubbles that are so large they can pull down planes and ships? Has the answer to the Bermuda Triangle mystery finally been resolved?
Published by Vicki Perry 67 months ago in Environmental Science | +12 votes | 6 comments
NASA's Goddard Institute for Space Studies (GISS) in New York monitors the climate changes and reports that 2005 and 2010 have been the warmest years since 1998.
Published by Iris McCammon 80 months ago in Environmental Science | +12 votes | 4 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 80 months ago in Environmental Science | +12 votes | 10 comments
The earthÂ’s six billion people are all using the planetÂ’s resources of materials and energy. As we use up these resources, we produce vast quantities of waste.
Published by Aileen P. N. 80 months ago in Environmental Science | +12 votes | 7 comments
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