By: Ben Gorman
The first step is to increase your awareness of how you consume energy in your daily life. Many people have very little understanding of how much energy they use, where it comes from, nor how to conserve it. A little investigation in this area can...
By: Pam Uher
The earth's largest bear may not survive the climate changes and developmental transition its' habitat is experiencing. The Arctic's legendary white polar bears are losing their habitat, as it is literally melting away beneath their giant paws. The huge chunks of floating ice, they float...
By: Patricia Young
During my recent travels overseas, I saw quite a lot of wind farms in Great Britain and I started wondering about the viability of harnessing energy from wind power in Australia.The first electricity generating wind turbines were invented in the United States and Europe...
By: Raghid El-Maarry
THE RED SEA How the Red Sea got its name? Really I don't know. But the colour of the coral reef blooming, on the early morning sun, over the mirror calm sea. The reflection of the reddish colour of the mountains, surrounding its shores...
By: Raziuddin Ansari
SEWAGE SLUDGE: A REPLACEMENT FOR CHEMICAL FERTILIZERS TO IMPROVE SOIL FERTILITY AND INCREASE CROP PRODUCTIONIn view of increasing world population and depleting land and water resources, the yield of agricultural crops per unit area has to be increased. This may be achieved through use of...
By: Amanda Arner
Since the beginning of 2006, the Bush administration has debated the prospect of adding Polar Bears to the list of endangered animals. With numbers estimated at 16,000, these bears do not qualify for protection under current criteria. However, recent reports have shown that the...
By: Lauren Beyenhof
With nearly three-quarters of the Earth's surface being covered by water, utilizing the world's oceans as a sustainable, renewable energy source makes perfect logical sense. Currently there are three main types of hydroelectric power that are being utilized and further researched for their potential to...
By: Viktoria Carrella
I am an apartment dweller, in a 1100 square foot apartment and I know our heating bills can be outrages during the cold winter months. I can only imagine what the bills must be like in a larger home. As always I am always looking...
Do the benefits of salmon farming outweigh any detrimental effects?
By: Rex Trulove
The biggest detrimental effect of salmon farming, that is, raising salmon for commercial use rather than turning fingelings loose in rivers, is that man is involved in the process. However, consider the alternative.Salmon is one of the most sought after and healthy to eat...
By: Dr. Stephen D.
Salmon farming is a tradition that dates back many years. It had always been a very good way of assuring a ready supply. For a very long time, things went along quite nicely. So much so, that no one really paid much attention to it...

 

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