February, 2015

Farming is a Major Polluter

Farming is a Major Polluter

Even though agriculture is an essential part of human civilization, did you know that it is also a major contributor to environmental damage?

Farming was designed to provide us our basic necessities such as food, clothing, shelter and medication to enhance our civilization.  However, intense farming and unsustainable farming methods can be damaging to our environment and are a threat to our existence.  Because of this, implementing sustainable methods of farming is necessary to ensure the least amount of impact on the environment.  

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Growth of the Global Economy and Outlook for 2015

Growth of the Global Economy and Outlook for 2015


The economy of the world has been showing improvement since the end of 2014, and this year, it has continued the trend as we begin 2015. Despite a few setbacks and bumps on the road of the economy, the future looks relatively brighter in this year compared to 2014.

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Could Indoor Fish Farming be the Future of Aquaculture?

Could Indoor Fish Farming be the Future of Aquaculture?

Fish are a popular source of food worldwide. However, our oceans are already over-fished and the wild fish stocks are declining rapidly. As demand for locally-grown fresh seafood increases, indoor aquaculture could be a major solution for producing more fish in a sustainable way.

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5 Facts to Know About Global Warming

5 Facts to Know About Global Warming

The global climate has been changing rapidly in the past few decades. There has been a measurable trend towards global warming. Scientists are finding growing evidence that humans are at least partly responsible for this climatic change. With all the data about global warming and disasters, there are a few things that everyone should know.

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Get Off-the-grid & Power your Own Home & Business

Get Off-the-grid & Power your Own Home & Business

Reusable and clean power generation technology has come a long way. Today, wind and solar power generators are much more efficient and practical for commercial and residential use.

It is possible to power a business or residence with off-the-grid power generation or stand-alone systems that produce energy from the sun or the wind.

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