Tips for saving energy
By: Andy Orrell
In today’s modern world many people are concerned about the environment. We hear talk of our carbon footprint and are constantly being told to cut back on the amount of energy we use. Couple this with the fact that people are trying to save...
Environmental consequences of the recent oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico
By: Audrey-Anastasia Alleyne
In 2008, the The International Year of the Reef program continued to focus on a global campaign to raise awareness of the values of coral reefs and the threats facing them. In January 2010, the United Nations designated this year as the International Year of...
Environmental consequences of the recent oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico
By: Effie Moore Salem
The economy was already down when the explosion in the Gulf of Mexico, thrust it even further in debt. Not only the lives lost, eleven lost their life and just think of how devastating that was to their families. Add to that, the loss of...
Environmental consequences of the recent oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico
By: Alicia M Prater PhD
Since the Deepwater Horizon oil rig exploded and sank in the Gulf of Mexico in April 2010, U.S. Gulf residents, animal advocacy groups, government environmental agencies, and journalists have speculated what the full effect of the oil gushing from the severed pipe would be...
By: Elizabeth M Young
The alternative energy source with the most potential would be the source that requires as little energy and as little damage to habitat as possible in order to produce energy. Also, that source would have to be protected from catastrophic damage and have conditioning to...
What can be done to clean up the 2010 oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico?
By: Gary Wonning
Florida isn't Waiting With all the turmoil about wanting the federal government to step in and do something about the impending oil spill and it's effect on local beaches and the tourism industry, Florida has decided to do something unique and cutting edge.The state...
Should Beavers be Reintroduced to Scotland
By: Unairab Mohmad
Beavers were hunted for various purposes in medieval era and later as well. The hunting reached a point where beavers were gone extinct in Scotland. But apparently they could be back after four centuries of hiatus. Scottish environmentalists have been making efforts to import a...
By: Unairab Mohmad
The wheat harvest around the world varies in terms of time period. Warm weather is ideal for wheat harvesting and therefore depending on the region, various countries have different periods of harvesting due to seasonal rotation. In the mid-northern hemisphere, the ideal months of wheat...
By: Unairab Mohmad
Hisingen Hisingen is the most populated island of Sweden with an estimated population of 125,000. It is also the fourth largest island of the country by area. Hisingen is a major economic asset for Sweden with its harbor, industries, and tourist attractions. The island...
By: Sammy Stein
Oil spills are sometimes caused by natural fissures in the Earth's surface, where crude, unrefined oil escapes into the surrounding water but these spills are relatively minor compared to the vast, damaging spills caused by the artificial release of massive oil pockets by Man. Crude...

 

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