April, 2015

Consequences of Habitat Loss that You Should be Aware of

Consequences of Habitat Loss that You Should be Aware of

The planet that we are living in existed long before any human set a foot on it. A complex ecosystem developed over millions of years, evolving and perfecting ecological balance year after year. The earth as we know it, has nurtured life for millions of years, may be facing a threat today.

We live in a time when human civilization has reached to a peak. We are witnessing an era of human civilization where science and technology has given us a whole new understanding of nature. We have come to realize that it is very important that we preserve the natural ecosystems ti sustain our own existence.

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BP Oil Spill – Why it isn’t Back to Normal Five Years Later?

This week is the five year anniversary of the devastating BP Oil Spill in Gulf Coast. Five years ago, on April 20, 2010, an explosion on the Deepwater Horizon oil rig killed 11 Americans. It was one of the worst offshore oil spills in the history of the United States.

The BP oil spill what are the impacts?

More than 200 million gallons of crude oil was pumped into the Gulf of Mexico for a total of 87 days. Science has revealed that after five years from the day of the oil spill, the effects are still not over; the impacts are ongoing and significant.

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International Earth Day April 22 – Celebrate a Clean Earth

International Earth Day April 22 – Celebrate a Clean Earth

Every year, International Earth Day is observed around the world to increase awareness of global issues. Many believe that Earth Day is the anniversary of the modern environmental movement in the 1970’s to inspire awareness of and

The History of the Earth Day

The Earth Day movement began in the 1960’s, and the early 1970’s, during the hippie and the flower child culture. Those days were remembered for protests and revolutions in the United States – a time that celebrated freedom of expression, pop culture and legendary rock bands like The Beatles and Jimi Hendrix.

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A City in Texas Soon to Use 100% Renewable Energy

A City in Texas Soon to Use 100% Renewable Energy

The news that a small city in Texas is going to be powered by 100% renewable sources has sparked surprise all over the United States. Georgetown is going to be the first city in Texas to be powered entirely from renewable sources of energy.

It’s incredible to see how the idea of renewable energy is gaining momentum in the United States. Popular Science says “Renewable energy is having its moment in the sun…and wind, and water.” Burlington in Vermont was the first city in the history of the U.S. to power the entire city on 100% renewable electricity. Now the trend continues and soon the small city of Georgetown, Texas will soon use 100% renewable energy sources to power their city as well.

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9 Renewable Energy Sources of the Future

9 Renewable Energy Sources of the Future

This is really an exciting time when we are witnessing a transition of the world from dirty fossil fuels to renewable clean energy sources. It’s happening right now, and there are several renewable sources of green clean energy being developed around the world.

Have you ever thought about powering your home off the grid? In a few years, we could all be powering our homes or businesses using nothing but clean renewable sources of energy. Most of the energy sources of the future are going to be clean and renewable. There are several potentials for producing clean energy in the future. We are going to discuss 9 sources of renewable energy of the future on this post.

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