deforestation

10 Species That You May Not See Any More

10 Species That You May Not See Any More

Our actions have caused the extinction of hundreds of species around the world. We are primarily responsible for wiping out thousands of species from the face of the earth. This blog has a list of 10 critically endangered species that may become extinct within the next 10 years.

Below is a list of 10 critically endangered species of animals around the world. This list is based on the research and survey done by All About Wildlife.

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Rainforests: What’s so Cool About Them?

Rainforests: What’s so Cool About Them?

There are some really cool things about rainforests that you ought to know. It’s not only awe inspiring scenery; forests provide us with two of the essentials for life, oxygen and food. It is also a unique ecosystem of plants, animals, and other living and nonliving things that Mother Nature has perfected through thousands of years of evolution.  

Trees are necessary for our survival on this planet. Trees, like all plants, produce oxygen through the photosynthesis process. Beyond producing oxygen, plants are also primary producers of foods for other living things on this planet. Plants are the base of the food chain and the rest of us are, in many ways, dependent on plants for food, both directly and indirectly.

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The Environmental Impacts of Using Paper

The Environmental Impacts of Using Paper

Take a moment and look around you. You’ll see that there are a lot of things made out of paper. Paper is used for various purposes in our everyday lives. We use paper for storing information, printing books, newspapers, and magazines. Students buy books and notebooks in order to attend their classes. Each year, more than 2 billion books, 350 million magazines, and 24 billion newspapers are published (Frequent Questions | Paper Recycling | US EPA). We also use paper in our kitchen, bathroom, cars, and as packaging materials. According to the recyclopedia data, each person uses about 749 pounds of paper each year in the United States.

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