Small steps to make a huge impact on the environment
By: Olivia Calton
Everyone knows about global warming and about the things that are going on in the environment but have you ever thought of helping out the environment? Believe it or not, most people take this for granted and don’t realize it but the environment is...
By: Julie Thomas-Zucker
The death of oysters in the ocean affects the food chain because oysters are on the lower end of the food chain. This means that anything they eat also gets eaten. So, if something makes the oysters sick, then the animal that eats them will...
By: Blighty
To the untrained eye Moorland and Lowland heath looks much the same and indeed they are very similar habitats. The significant different is in altitude; moorland is found on higher altitudes than lowland heath. For example Moorland can be found in Scotland, the higher...
Cause of 'Big Freeze' possibly located in Arctic
By: Wayne K. Wilkins
Scientists and indeed the entire world may be one step closer to uncovering some of the biggest mysteries of the past as according to a report from “Fox News”, the world changing flood of major proportions that caused the ancient event known as &ldquo...
Scientists report wind farms damage health
By: Terrence Aym
Going green? Although it's argued that green technology can save the planet, it may harm human health, at least where wind farms are concerned.The burgeoning growth of wind farms across the U.S. and Europe has a negative impact on the health of people...
Why coffee beans are in danger of extinction
By: Terrence Aym
The scholarly study titled "The Impact of Climate Change on Indigenous Arabica Coffee (Coffea arabica): Predicting Future Trends and Identifying Priorities" can be summed up with one brief sentence: the Arabica coffee bean may become extinct.For those that drink coffee the news could be...
Wealth seems to drive some climate change discussions
By: Christyl Rivers
Looking at articles about global warming, or climate change, one begins to notice that climate change “deniers” and “alarmists” are not addressing the same issue at all. Deniers are concerned about losing a way of life, freedom, (even their guns), and too much...
How global warming hype hurts valid ecology and environmental work
By: Christyl Rivers
It is heavy with GHG, green house gases, but is the sky really falling? Alarmists, as they are often called, say the alarms are not loud enough. However, they say it quietly, in journals, graphs and near silent circulation. The opposing side is loud and...
By: Zacharie King
Wetlands not only provide a valuable habitat for many species but also serve vital functions in flood control. Wetlands have a far greater absorbent capacity than non wetland areas. This sponge effect allows for rainwater to collect and be stored protecting cities and coastal areas...
What can be done to lessen the effects of nonpoint source water pollution?
By: Carrie Conrad
Non-point source water pollution is a form of pollution that is not caused by one particular source, but rather from many sources. It is an inconspicuous form of pollution, in that it can't be easily seen and the causes are many. Fortunately there are a...

 

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