Environmental crime: The fugitives
By: David Aaron White
The fugitives of environmental crime are usually human beings. As much of a traitor as I may be by pointing the finger at my own race, human beings have a history of destroying the environment through their direct and indirect actions. Don't you realize how...
Energy-saving tips
By: Jennifer Lim
There is a close relationship between global warming and rising costs of electricity. Our reliance on fossil fuel to provide electricity in our homes is a major contributor of green house gas into the atmosphere. The massive amount of greenhouse gas in the atmosphere creates...
By: Rick Bavera
I have always enjoyed traveling and visiting new places. Reading and maps have been a relatively inexpensive way for me to travel and learn about places when I could not actually be traveling. Place names have always fascinated me, in large part because of my...
How we can stop the melting of Greenland's glaciers
By: Denis Frith
We developed the means to extract the fossil fuels from the crustal store and use them to provide energy that drives civilization. They also produce the material wastes that have initiated climate change. The production of these wastes has been the unintended consequence of our...
Why it's important to eat organic
By: Rachelle Benson
The importance of Organic The trends in our food industry have the following labels created to catch the consumers attention:USDA Organic; Free Range; All natural, well you get the picture. As a wife and mother of three, we lived the hustle and bustle life playing...
The benefits and costs of having your own windmill
By: David Snyder
Generating your own electricity has become a part of the very fabric of the American Dream. Think about it: one of your major utility bills would be completely taken care of, making back your initial investment during the first few years of operation. This is...
How ash tree destruction will affect baseball bat production
By: C. William White
Since the early 20th century, Major League Baseball has played the game with bats constructed from ash wood. Known for its lightness and strength, ash has been proved to be an optimal resource for this application. This material is now being threatened by an invasive...
By: Elizabeth Blankenship
Your household appliances are costing you a fortune! Stop, look and listen. How many of your appliances are on right now? Become energy smart, and lessen your ecological footprint by following these easy green household energy saving tips.Average monthly household appliance energy costs:Refrigerator: Your...
By: Denise Calaman
Atmospheric brown clouds are persistent, moving air masses, found high in the atmosphere, largely made up of soot, chemicals, aerosols and unhealthy gases such as ozone. The United Nations reports that brown clouds are the newest, and one of the greatest threats, to our global...
How climate change is contributing to the water crisis
By: Catherine Perez
Climate change and Water Crisis. The question that many are posing is whether or not the water crisis is a result of the climate change.For a few years now scientists and politicians have in turn warned us of the " Greenhouse effect " and...

 

1 45 46 47 48 49 113