How to Live Without Plastics: The First Step to Stop Pollution

It’s Earth Day today, and this year’s theme is plastic pollution. Our oceans are dying, animals suffocating with tons of plastics, even the water we drink contains plastic and it’s getting worse.... Read more »

Coral Reefs are More and More Affected by Global Warming

It comes as no surprise that global warming is having a great impact over nature, both species and natural habitats. If in forest global warming gets to manifest itself by changing temperatures,... Read more »

Earth Day: The Evolution of an Idea to a Global Holiday

The first Earth Day event started in 1970 in the US, and over the past decades, it has been embraced by almost all the countries in the world. Now, Earth Day is... Read more »

50% of the Great Barrier Reef is Dead Since 2016. What Happens When All Coral Reefs Die Off?

A new study published in the journal Nature shows that a third of the 3,863 reefs in the Great Barrier Reef has died off after a heat wave in 2016. One year... Read more »

There Are Microplastics Inside Some Canadian Brands of Bottled Water

Recently, a CBC report on Canadian products shed some light on the bottled water. It appears that some brands of bottled water in Canada also deliver microplastics in the water. With last... Read more »

Journalist Uncovers A Shell Report From 1988: We’re Now Facing A Devastating Climate Change

The gravity of climate change was known since 1988, when Royal Dutch Shell analyzed global carbon dioxide emission through the oil, natural gas products and coal products. Recently, these documents have been... Read more »

30% of Canadians do not Believe that Humans are Behind the Climate Change

Without B.C’s. carbon tax, emissions would be 5 to 15% higher than they are at this moment In online survey made by Abacus Data found that 30% of Canadians don’t put stock... Read more »

Are We on Mars? Orange Snow Covers Eastern Europe

If you have stumbled upon photographs of orange snow on the mountains in Eastern Europe, they are not filtered to look like that! The color of rust was brought from the Sahara... Read more »

Dead Zone in the Gulf of Mexico – What’s There To Do?

The huge dead zone in the Gulf of Mexico has concerned scientists for decades. In fact, it has continued to grow over the years and it became larger and larger each time.... Read more »

The Natural Environment Helps the Economic Growth

Director General of the Planning Institute of Jamaica, Dr Wayne Henry, has asked Jamaicans to enhance the care of the natural habitat, particularly woods, as low strength to precipitation and beach front... Read more »