Environment

Shifting from Fossil Fuels to Renewable Energy – Using Sustainable Technologies
By Vishal Talreja · 1 week ago
It is widely accepted that the oil and gas industry has played a significant role in causing climate change through its emissions. By burning fossil fuels, greenhouse gases are released into the atmosphere, which contribute ...
Elimination of Species: An Argumentative View
By Aggrey Nzomo · 3 months ago
Environmentalists and other stakeholders have put in place different coping mechanisms to ensure that the ecosystem’s equilibrium is not altered to the worse. It is true that of greatest concern to the fight against environmental ...
Plastic Pollution and the Importance of Plastic Recycling
By Ann Liu · 5 months ago
In our modern age, plastic, a seemingly indispensable material, shapes countless facets of our daily lives. From the food packaging that preserves our groceries to the devices we communicate with, the ubiquity of plastic is ...
OCEAN ICE DROPS TO 'DISTURBING' LEVELS IN THE ANTARCTIC: 'EVERYBODY OUGHT TO BE CONCERNED'
By Brielle Burns · 4 months ago
Ice generally the size of the Northern Domain in Australia has vanished from the Antarctic as ocean ice keeps on dropping to "disturbing" generally low levels. Satellite information shows the ocean ice encompassing Antarctica has ...
preventing your roof against hurricane season
By Miguel Alveaca · 4 months ago
Protecting your roof during hurricane season is crucial to ensure the safety and integrity of your home. Hurricanes can bring strong winds, heavy rains, and flying debris, all of which can cause significant damage to ...
Sustainable buildings: the role of real estate development in environmental conservation
By Oliver Smith · 5 months ago
Practices and Solutions for the Real Estate Sector to Reduce CO2 Emissions and Energy Consumption The future of the real estate sector is increasingly oriented towards environmental sustainability. Forecasts and emerging trends clearly indicate a ...
Methane, a Significant Environmental Problem.
By Fee O'shea · 5 months ago
Methane emissions from livestock, especially cattle, are a significant environmental problem. The methane produced as a by-product of cow digestion through belching and flatulence warms the planet at an accelerated rate. In Aotearoa, N.Z., we ...
7 Effective Ways to Save Our Environment
By Brandon Gopaul · 6 months ago
Introduction: The state of our environment has reached a critical point, and it is essential for every individual to contribute towards its preservation. By taking small but meaningful actions, we can collectively make a significant ...
Harnessing the Potential of AI for a Sustainable Future
By Abbas Mashaollah · 6 months ago
As the world grapples with the urgent need to address climate change and reduce greenhouse gas emissions, innovative solutions are emerging to tackle this global crisis. Among these solutions is the promising utilization of artificial ...
Save our forests
By Balwinderpal Singh · 7 months ago
Deforestation, the widespread clearance of forests, poses a significant threat to the health and well-being of our planet. As trees are felled to make way for agricultural expansion, urbanization, and logging, the consequences ripple across ...
Impact Investing for Social and Environmental Challenges
By Mashuk Rahman · 7 months ago
Impact investing is a form of investing that aims to generate positive social and environmental impact, and of course financial returns. The term has gained prominence in recent years as investors look for ways to ...
Consumerism: Why We Should Recycle
By Cecily Stephens · 7 months ago
Recycling, which until recently was frequently disparaged, has increased as more people realize the impact of unbridled consumption on the environment. But the concept of recycling isn’t really new. Earlier in American history, thrift was ...
Agroecology in Bangladesh: Nurturing Sustainable Agriculture
By Syed Navid Anjum Hasan · 7 months ago
Bangladesh, with its fertile land and agrarian economy, has long relied on agriculture as a crucial sector for food security and economic growth. However, the conventional agricultural practices that have dominated the country's farming systems ...
IKO Shingle Roofing Manufacturer Moves to Lead the Future in Recycling
By Josiah Eloy · 9 months ago
A leading manufacturer, IKO, has taken the initiative to pilot a commercial recycling effort in its U.S plant As one of the first shingle plants in the region, the company is focused on shingle recycling ...
The World is Burning: Why You Should Still Care About the Earth (Even if it Seems Hopeless)
By Izzy Doyle · 9 months ago
Earth Day was on April 22 this year (of course I forgot about it again) and I am staring at my laptop screen with disdain. I have just finished reading an article that says the ...
Unite Ukraine
By Erionna Perez · 10 months ago
Human trafficking is the act of forcing or coercing someone to partake in a labor or sexual acts. The human trafficking recruiters prey on the vulnerable to lure them to perform these tasks. People that ...
Disposing of Waste in The Army - The Need to Become Environmentally Friendly
By Clara Reynolds · 11 months ago
With the advancement in technological abilities, incineration of large amounts of trash is becoming more feasible within the Military. Military engineering must embrace this challenge in a linear fashion by providing primary, alternative, contingency, and ...
Eating for the Earth: How Your Dinnerware Choices Can Make a Difference
By Sumanth Sampath · 1 year ago
The manufacturing of porcelain and bone china dinnerware has a devastating impact on the planet due to its high carbon footprint. These materials are often produced in large quantities in order to meet consumer demand ...
Where are the Insects?
By Gary Peterson · 1 year ago
Where are the Insects? by Gary Peterson In late July I, I took a trip up to the old home farmland. It was a 200 mile round trip through lots of farmland. During the entire ...
Classic Hunting Rifles Every Hunter Should Own
By Tyler Freel · 1 year ago
Classic Hunting Rifles Every Hunter Should Own The quality and quantity of modern hunting rifles can be overwhelming. For the most part, rifles are just tools to me, and they’re easy-come-easy-go. There’s only one rifle ...