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Environment
by HLesley
4 months ago
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Yes, Virginia, Global warming is real. How Three Countries Are Responding to the Threat.

Global warming is changing the earth's weather systems. What options are there and how are three specific countries responding to the challenge?

Environment
by Kubera
7 months ago
Five Animals That Are at the Brink of Extinction

Five species you didn't know were endangered due to climate change and human greed. This article will mention five species groups. The five mentioned species will hopefully broaden your horizon.

Environment
by Leigh Goessl
7 months ago
Where are the World's Most Polluted Rivers?

Pollution is a problem seen on a global scale. Unfortunately, water pollution is one type of that has evolved into a serious issue. For instance, many of the rivers across the globe are severely polluted by various kinds of contaminants. From Asia to the United States, several major waterways have been sullied in one way or another.

Environment
by Yindee
9 months ago
Going Grey is the Green Solution for Saving Water

Over half the water we use goes down the drain yet it can be used for watering the garden. Here are ways to use this "grey" water from the bath and shower more effectively and keep the garden green.

Environment
by RoseWrites
11 months ago
100 shares
Safe Mosquito Eradication That Works: Using Coffee, Bti, Rubbing Alcohol, and a Cat

While researching the Zika virus, I discovered the safest, most effective ways to eradicate disease-carrying mosquitoes. Turns out: used coffee grounds sprinkled over stagnant water sources (like bromeliad flowers or leaves) acts as a larvicide and as a deterrent to egg-laying mosquitoes. If you live in a Zika-endemic area, I highly recommend Bti (Bacillus thuringiensis serotype israelensis). Two other ways I have remained bite-free: a spray bottle of 70 percent rubbing alcohol and my trusty sidekick, Editor Cat.

Environment
by Leigh Goessl
1 year ago
6 Rarest Colors of American Lobsters

When most people envision a lobster, an image of a gray, brown or greenish crustacean comes to mind. While these are the most common types of lobsters, there are several other rarer kinds that come in a rainbow of colors.

Environment
by Shar On
1 year ago
Australian Wetlands Need Protecting - Birds and Habitat Suffering

We all need to do more to protect our environment.  Many volunteers like Craig Lester spend many voluntary hours trying to save the birds, although we all have to do our bit.  Or our birds will become extinct like so many in the past.

Environment
by Monechetti
1 year ago
5 Winter Weather Wonders

Winter is a polarizing time of year - most people either love the associated weather or they hate it, and there's very little in-between. Some winter weather phenomena is so unique, so mesmerizing, that even the most dedicated fan of summer has to stop and admire.

Environment
by HLesley
2 years ago
11 shares
Why Are the Bees Dying? And What Can We Do?

If bees disappear our food supply goes with them. Is it too late to save the bees?

Environment
by KathyRM
2 years ago
Brooklyn Botanic Garden, A Touch Of Wonder

The Brooklyn Botanic Garden is a wonderful place to spend the day at, exploring the Steinhardt Conservatory, walking through the many beautifully laid out gardens, lying on the grass in the cherry orchard or running through the woods.

Environment
by SparkyStar
2 years ago
5 Easy Ways To Help The Environment And Save Money

Here are five easy to implement long-term tips to save money and help the environment too.

Environment
by HLesley
2 years ago
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Can We Save the World's Coral Reefs?

Coral reefs have been called the "rainforests of the sea." Like the Brazilian rainforest, coral reefs are complex but delicate ecosystems which are threatened by human activity.

Environment
by J. Larson
2 years ago
What is Permaculture Landscaping

Instead of agriculture we should be doing permaculture.  Permaculture is system of growing things that relies on natural patterns, perennials planting and good design. 

Environment
by SparkyStar
2 years ago
5 Simple Ways To Save Water In The Home

Here are five easy and manageable ways in which you could save on your water bills today.

Environment
by HLesley
2 years ago
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What Happened to the Aral Sea?

Once the fourth largest lake in the world, the Aral Sea has almost entirely disappeared.

Environment
by SparkyStar
2 years ago
6 Step Guide To Making Your Own Compost

Help the environment today by learning how to make your own compost. It is free and will save you money too.

Environment
by Yindee
2 years ago
302 shares
Propolis comes from trees and bees and is a potent antibiotic

We can benefit from the antioxidant and anti-microbial action of propolis - a resinous substance made by honey bees. It can also be used as a stimulant and also has healing, analgesic, anaesthetic and anti-inflammatory Properties.

Environment
by Marlando
2 years ago
Elephants, Ivory and Our Kind

If you're interested and care about animals you will want to read this article. Elephants, Ivory and Our Kind is an eye-opening "documentary." (Warning two images may be graphic for some readers.)

Environment
by SparkyStar
2 years ago
5 Easy Ways To Reduce Your Food Waste

Are you often throwing away leftover food or food that has past its sell by date? Use these 5 simple tactics to reduce your food waste, put more money back in your pocket and help the environment.

Environment
by Eliza R.
2 years ago
9 Reasons Why You Should Start Raising Backyard Chickens This Summer

Do you know someone who raises chickens in their backyard? Ever wonder if you could do it too? The answer is yes! And here are 9 reasons why you should start this summer!

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