An argumentative/informative essay to bring awareness to the fact that we must start taking steps to stop air pollution.
You’ve probably seen remarks on Facebook or Twitter about the benefits of CO2. Don’t be fooled! It’s a decade old PR stunt born after the EPA labeled Carbon Dioxide a pollutant. Their aim: have it removed from a list of pollutants causing climate change.
Modern farming methods rely heavily on the European Honey Bee for pollination, but the honey bee population is in peril and the cause of the problem is not well understood. Modern farming methods do not currently support adequate pollination by native species of bees.
Are pets and zoo animals slaves or prisoners? Projecting the human emotional state upon animals is not necessarily in line with optimal animal welfare.
The idea of living a zero or even low waste lifestyle may seem impossible but there are many easy ways to reduce your everyday waste.
Climate change has been caused by the production of too many goods, many of which are toxic to the environment as well as too many products which land up in landfills and our oceans. Minimalism can collectively change that.
There is a lot of noise and misinformation in the debate regarding what is causing global temperatures to rise. The ice age cycle holds the key to understanding what is causing global warming.
We use a huge amount of plastic today. Most of it takes a very long time to degrade and can harm marine life. Some bacteria are able to break down plastic.
There have been five mass extinctions; we are now in the beginning of the sixth mass extinction. How is global warming threatening all life on earth and what can we do about it?
Why do people put down wild animals in captivity while being perfectly fine with domesticated animals in human control? Are domesticated animals really that different from exotic animals?
A listing of ways just one person can help protect endangered species. Learn ways you can help by starting right in your own backyard or make a difference for animals around the world!
We all want to save our planet one way or another and there are many ways how. My list include simple things that you can do everyday that will not only help reduce your carbon footprint but also significantly lessen your expenses in the long term. A win-win situation for you and our Earth.
Radioactive Waste in the Ocean. Radioactive waste storage in the oceans. The pros and cons of long term radioactive storage of waste.
Without change, our dependence on petroleum and coal for power could someday lead to society's demise. But why wait for the inevitable when we can enact change now? With a multitude of viable energy sources at our finger tips, we are on the brink of a paradigm shift. Here are nine sources of renewable energy that could potentially change how we power our future.
The water crisis is foreseeable, but technology to solve the impending problem is already in the works. Here are three ways of using technology to save us from a water crisis.