Carbon Tax As The Best Solution to Climate Change

It’s very important nowadays to quickly reduce carbon emissions in order to avoid the climate change. Mark Tercek (blog.nature.org) speaks about possible solution for this problem in his article. He states that Carbon Tax should be the key. During the...

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The New Cause of Celebrating The Earth Day

Earth Day began in 1970 with the degraded state of the U.S. environment. Since then, there has been much environmental progress. But now it is very important to see what else must be done in order to pass a safe and healthy  world to the future genera...

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THE FOOD MOVEMENT

According to Greenpeace International, the current food system is broken. This is because of chemical pesticides, which are really not necessary for food production.  Industrial and chemical intensive food production impacts on people and farmers, the pl...

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Green Pathway Instead of Balcony

In her article about the alternative to a balcony, Liz Eve speaks about wonderful green pathway that cover a large area, even beyond the limits of the building. “Zalewski Architecture Group” created such pathway as a new idea for a balcony-like spa...

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Battling Pollution in Rio Starting With the Youth

NBC NEWS informs us about the pollution in the Guanabara Bay which is a home to this year’s Olympic sailing events. Here an organization is using water sports as a tool to teach the next generation how to care for natural resources. A non-profit Pro...

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Greenland Ice Sheet is melting

According to www.theguardian.com, a new study measures the loss of ice from one of world’s largest ice sheets. The emission of heat-trapping gases results in major changes to the Earth, one of which is melting ice. This includes ice atop mountains, ice ...

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A 60m-year-lineage comes to an end

A trip to Crete, Cyprus or Malta 800 years ago would have been a great chance to meet pygmy elephants. Pygmy elephants of the Mediterranean islands may appear as fantastical as the woolly mammoths which still ambled across one Alaskan island just 5,600 ye...

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A New Study on Air Pollution

Theguardian.com reports about a new study on air pollution defining it as “the world’s single largest environment and human health threat”. The information gained through cellphone towers enables researchers to build up a picture of millions of New ...

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Strict Restrictions on Chemicals in Minnesota

According to theguardian.com, Minnesota’s governor has set strict restrictions on the use of agricultural pesticides that have been blamed for hurting bees. Governor Mark Dayton issued an executive order requiring farmers to prove the necessity of usi...

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