In the overgrowing demands of our life, exploitation of our natural resources create a rising alarm on the long-term ecological survival. Apparently Florida’s new artificial reef program had raised the debate of economic prosperity versus ecological depletion. Gulf Tourism and … Continue reading Artificial Reef. Disaster or Balance.
An ever increasing population with an increasing need has resulted in generation of innumerable number of wastes that would take its toll on human health and environment. Waste Management simply means transport, storage disposal and monitoring of wastes. However the … Continue reading SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT
With the advent and an increasing reliance on technology, about 40 million of electronic wastes are being created throughout the world. This whooping number has cost the health and environment of the people and the planet we live in. While most of the e wastes are dumped in landfills, 15 million of the e wastes are being transported to developing countries for recycling. Even if … Continue reading E-Waste
Green roofs, a natural habitat creation, is generally installed to reduce heat until 2005, when Brad Bass, a researcher from University of Toronto published a study that showed the uses of green roofs during winters and monsoons by evaporative cooling and … Continue reading GREEN ROOFS
An overwhelmingly large area of the Earth is covered by Forests that provides home to millions of species and a warehouse to numerous other commodities for the welfare of the human species. Deforestation is an ongoing problem affecting majority of … Continue reading Cutting Trees? Think again.
The Mightiest of the oceans cover far more than what the people can see and destroying it by human activities have become greater than its Legend. Ocean Pollution literally means the spreading of harmful substances into the ocean. There are … Continue reading Are the droplets, of water?
Researchers in China reveal evidences of small particles of plastic in table salt. As salt is obviously a product from the sea. It has concerned environmentalists and scientist on how extensive the plastic waste problem has become. It’s not news … Continue reading DID YOU CHECK YOUR SALT?