Energy Management - An Absolute Way to Overcome
In today`s world we are facing major problems in terms of environmental safety, environmentalists are looking for ways…
Indonesia Earthquake 2012
The details There were two major earthquakes in Indonesia on April 11, 2012. Immediately, tsunami warnings for the…
Choosing the Best Bug Out Bag for Preppers And
Being able to carry your emergency preps with you on-the-go in a disastrous situation can be the difference between…
Shield Crocodile
If you’re curious about the recent discovery about the Shield Crocodile, you should know this is an exciting new…
Bcwms Participates In Lexus Eco Challenge Choosing
The Byron Center West Middle School of Michigan is participating in the 2013 -14 Lexus Eco Challenge. They chose water…
Genetically Modified Crops
I find it difficult to imagine how anyone can possibly disapprove of GM crops (or as they are correctly called: genetically…
Environmental Articles (181)
Earthquake In Japan 2011 - Tsunami Adds to Destruction
Breaking News: Earthquake In Japan 2011! A GREAT 8.9 magnitude earthquake has hit the northeastern coast of Japan, quickly followed by a 13-foot tsunami that has devastated the Miyagi shoreline. This major earthquake marks as the largest to hit in Japan's history, and is being added to an Earthquake in…
By:  in  News and Society  >  Environmental   Apr 19, 2011  
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Perseid Meteor Shower Top Ten Tips for A Spectacular View Of This Natural Show
This is probably the best meteor shower of the year. It is the most reliable, as it regularly generates a visible meteor every 60 seconds. And, most people have heard of it. So, let’s look at what you can do to enhance your view. Find a dark Sky. Not as…
By:  in  News and Society  >  Environmental   Aug 12, 2011  
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Japan Earthquake Updated to 9 By United States Geological Survey
The U.S. Geological Survey upgraded the recent March 11, 2011 earthquake that hit Japan, to a 9.0 magnitude on March 14.  The earthquake that rocked Tohoku in northern Honshu, Japan, was originally estimated at an 8.9 on the Richter scale, caused a massive tsunami that drove large schools of fish…
By:  in  News and Society  >  Environmental   Mar 15, 2011  
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Radiation Exposure - What Are The Effects and Things You Should Know
The recent exposure of radiation in Japan has left people asking many questions. How will effect me, how much is too much, and what do I need to know in case I am exposed to radiation. These questions raise a lot of concern to families across the world. Lets begin…
By:  in  News and Society  >  Environmental   Mar 15, 2011  
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Where to Find the Best Organic Gardening Catalogue
If you're looking for a good organic catalogue, I've compiled a list of some of the best out there. View them online or order a good old fashioned catalog. Most of the catalogs in this list have both an online and paper version.
By:  in  News and Society  >  Environmental   Feb 15, 2011  
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Earthquake Proof Kit to Survive
After several earthquakes in the Canterbury region of New Zealand, a first world class country you saw the tremendous gathering of the country rallying its resources to deal with this catastrophe. Earthquake devastations have been seen all over the world in places such as Haiti and Chile and it unrattled…
By:  in  News and Society  >  Environmental   Mar 07, 2011  
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Bp Oil Funding Winding Down
The BP oil spill was caused by an explosion followed by fire on one of its drilling rigs in the Gulf of Mexico on April 20,2010. This occured by a blow out preventer which had failed to function to prevent crude oil from spilling. Several different attempts were made to…
By:  in  News and Society  >  Environmental   May 31, 2011  
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Something About Tsunamis
You may wonder why it is, that often times Tsunamis and Earthquakes go hand in hand.  It’s because a tsunami is a direct result of an earthquake.  Like the one that recently hit Japan and caused a tsunami in Hawaii.  Even though the earthquake doesn’t have to occur on land…
By:  in  News and Society  >  Environmental   Mar 11, 2011  
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Tsunami In Japan And the Impact Of Nuclear Energy Today
When the Tsunami hit Japan the world was shocked to see the havoc, the chaos and the distrought caused by it. Sadly thousands are still missing and many families are still left without shelter. Another danger the people in the region are facing is the possibility of a nuclear melt…
By:  in  News and Society  >  Environmental   Mar 19, 2011  
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Our Dangerous Planet
My father was born in 1900 and I lived in two thirds of the last century so I pretty well know what happened. People were killed by the millions by flood, pestilence, tsunamis, volcanoes, winter storms, fire, hurricanes, tornadoes, and famine. You can probably name a few mores. The earth…
By:  in  News and Society  >  Environmental   Apr 25, 2011  
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If A Tree Falls
Is it possible it will all come together now and make sense? The relentless sweltering summer heat, heavy on two thirds of the nation. The towns ravaged by monster tornadoes. The winters with extraordinary snow that turns into raging runoffs; the droughts and floods that affect our food production. Is…
By:  in  News and Society  >  Environmental   Aug 12, 2011  
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Slip Sheets - Environmental Friendly Transport Packaging Materials
It is estimated that there are over 700 million wood pallets in the world today which represents an overall consumption of over 63 million trees. Depletion of natural resources is a major global issue today. The world is not in balance with available natural resources. So to reduce environmental impacts,…
By:  in  News and Society  >  Environmental   Jan 28, 2014  
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Disaster Preparation Series 09: Epidemics
The very word epidemic makes me cringe. My sister contacted polio at age three and it killed her at age nineteen. During the polio epidemics my paranoid parents gave me milk of magnesia everyday, thinking that would help. Actually they could do nothing. but it made them feel that at…
By:  in  News and Society  >  Environmental   Mar 07, 2012  
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Future World Without Aging
Life expectancy has increased from 20-30 years in ancient times to 70-80 years in modern times largely due to advances in science and technology which led to safer living conditions and improvements in diet and health care. Today, dramatic innovations continue, including, stem cell research, mapping the human genome, the…
By:  in  News and Society  >  Environmental   Jun 21, 2015  
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Should You Be Comfortable When Shtf?
When it comes down to either bugging in or bugging out, is being "comfortable" an important factor? When prepping, you should narrow down your gear to the bare essentials: Food, water, shelter, first aid and possibly a weapon. You may have emergency food bars, a water filter, temporary shelter, basic…
By:  in  News and Society  >  Environmental   Jun 12, 2013  
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Air Pollution And Health Risks
Today there are a record amount of vehicles on the road and the miles being traveled is steadily growing rapidly. With transportation being the number one source of pollution in the United States, it doesn't take a brain surgeon to connect the dots between air pollution and health risks. Air…
By:  in  News and Society  >  Environmental   Jul 15, 2013  
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Injection Wells May Be the Cause Of Earthquakes In Northeast Ohio Area
John Armbruster, from the Colombia University Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory in Palisades, New York is in Ohio, investigating a series of earthquakes that have occurred there in the last year or so. Armbruster is not alone in thinking that the most likely cause for the increase in seismic activity might be…
By:  in  News and Society  >  Environmental   Jan 04, 2012  
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Tips To Identify Different Types Of Non - Ferrous Scrap Metals
Scrap metal recycling is a well-established activity performed around the world. It is the process of recovering metals from products after their uses have come to an end. It is highly effective in diverting scrap metals from landfills and utilizing them to produce new products. Now, when we are discussing…
By:  in  News and Society  >  Environmental   Aug 18, 2014  
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Living Like Romans – Practical Things the Roman Empire Gave Us 2000 Years Ago
It was not until the Romans conquered large areas of Europe 2000 years ago including Britain that many nations as we know them today started to live in a more orderly and practical way. Before the Roman Empire, people lived mainly in the countryside surviving by hunting and living off…
By:  in  News and Society  >  Environmental   Apr 30, 2012  
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The Summary Of Styrofoam Mistakes
According to report, since May this year, disposable plastic foams restore freedom out of banned usage, but the criticism still prevalent. Recently, the State Development and Reform Commission, Administration of Quality Supervision, Business Administration, Food and Drug Administration of China Light Industry Association, China Plastics Processing Industry Association, China Environmental…
By:  in  News and Society  >  Environmental   Oct 23, 2015  
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High Quality Effort for High Stakes Disaster!
The commodities required during a rescue effort can be extensive. It becomes really difficult to outline how to rate different products and service. However the need is evaluated on the basis of how a certain product can provide an immediate positive impact on the displaced people. Typical products like food…
By:  in  News and Society  >  Environmental   May 16, 2016  
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Where Have All The Honey Bees Gone
The Honey Bee population is declining all over the World and since they pollinate 1/3 of our food supply that is a serious problem. Beneficial insects like honey Bees and Lady Bugs are critical to our ecosystem, but are very susceptible to insecticides that are applied to kill the harmful…
By:  in  News and Society  >  Environmental   Jun 04, 2011  
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The World Worse Typhoon Happen In the Philippines
Now known to the world Philippines disturbances recorded worse than the previous year. Recently, an earthquake and super typhoon Yolanda hit Philippines have the struggle to recover, worst the one in Tacloban, killed thousands of people, destroyed properties and cost them lots of money. This country also struck strong earthquake…
By:  in  News and Society  >  Environmental   Jan 10, 2014  
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Nature Friendly Living – Green Health
Well being of our planet and our human wellness are closely related. In order for us to achieve and maintain green health, we must first think about the welfare of the environment in which we live and we must start to create nature friendly living habits. Today, not only environmentalists…
By:  in  News and Society  >  Environmental   Feb 29, 2012  
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Green Vancouver
Vancouver was born green, its road layout shows that it was conceived as a lifestyle city. A perfect example of this is Highway #1, Canada’s longest highway. Vancouver is the only city in Canada that not only has stop lights on it, but diverts it away from the downtown core.…
By:  in  News and Society  >  Environmental   Mar 06, 2015  
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Sea Turtles Left Without Their Nests
Turtles are recognized nowadays as vulnerable species, especially due to commonly accepted global warming process. In particular, it is referred to sea turtles, which suffer from shifts of ocean level and subsequent flooding of the shores. Enormous amount of nests disappears, as well as potential offspring. Zoologists constantly deal with…
By:  in  News and Society  >  Environmental   Mar 04, 2013  
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What Can We Learn From Doomsday Preppers?
What can we learn from the television show "Doomsday Preppers"? Is there anything that we can dissect from the show that we can use as survivalists in the real world? Or is the show just for entertainment and mostly for the public to poke fun at preppers? It's a little…
By:  in  News and Society  >  Environmental   Jun 22, 2013  
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Proud to Be A Space Cadet
In the November 21st, 2011 issue of the online resource, The Huffington Post, there is an interview with Stephen Hawking, who's saying that our population and using-up-of-resources on Earth are exponentially growing, but our primitive nature still makes us selfish and aggressive, making it difficult for us to survive the…
By:  in  News and Society  >  Environmental   Nov 22, 2011  
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Importance Of Scrap Metal Recycling
Even a decade back, reprocessing important metals such as iron, aluminum or copper was not taken as seriously as it is now. That’s because there was less awareness about the manifold uses of scrap metal recycling. Reusing materials make good commercial and environmental sense. All items should be produced in…
By:  in  News and Society  >  Environmental   Jul 07, 2014  
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White Kiwis Are on their Way!
New Zealand's national symbol, kiwi, has gained a huge popularity this year as far as a second white representative was born on December. Despite the fact that it appeared in national captivity it has already achieved resonance fame all over the world due to its rare color. The first one…
By:  in  News and Society  >  Environmental   Apr 03, 2012  
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For me, there is no worse sound in the world then the "BEEP, BEEP, BEEP' of heavy equipment. It means…
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The United States of America is the world’s largest consumer of aluminum in the form of cans. However,…
Perhaps, it is possible to admit that 71 per cent of Earth spaces, specifically the World Ocean area,…

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