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Great Barrier Reef To Be Listed On “In Danger” List: UN Panel Recommendation

The Great Barrier Reef is a spectacular natural wonder on Australia's northeast coast. It has the world's most extensive collection of coral reefs, with 400 different kinds of coral, 1,500 wide varieties of fishes, and 4,000 different kinds of molluscs. Because of its...

Through Nuclear Fusion, Scientists Achieved “Net Energy Gain”: Step Closer To Achieving Zero Carbon Emission Power

Researchers have injected more energy into test reactors for fusion than was produced for many years. Due to this failure, nuclear fission—rather than fusion—has become the preferred method for producing infinite, carbon-free energy despite its health and safety...

Los Angeles Aiming to Become 100% Carbon-Free By 2035: Banned all New Oil & Gas Wells

In a historic move earlier this month, Los Angeles aiming to become 100% carbon-free by 2035, banned all new oil and gas wells. By a vote of 12-0, the City Council has decided to outlaw the drilling of any new oil wells inside the city limits and to phase out all...

Emperor Penguins Face The Risk Of Extinction Due To Climate Change

Emperor penguins are the largest of all the penguins in the world; an average bird stands around 45 inches tall. They are around 120cm tall and weigh around 40kg. Emperor penguins live on the Antarctic ice and in its chilly surrounding waters. They are mostly found in...

Europe’s New Bauhaus Movement: This Time It Is Based On Sustainability

The Bauhaus movement, which aimed to develop fresh approaches for a new period, has always been associated with contemporary German architecture, design, and artwork. The European Commission launched the New European Bauhaus movement this time. It is based on...

Singapore Wastewater Management: Leading The Way in Wastewater Recycling

Despite being surrounded by water, Singapore is one of the countries with the lowest availability of drinking water in the world. The government is constantly seeking methods to expand the water supply because it has few freshwater resources of its own and little...

Climate Change Is Driving Rise In Eco Anxiety

What is Eco Anxiety? Climate change has burned deep in everyone’s minds. The images of wildfires scorching forests, floods upturning vehicles, and cyclones destroying houses are a few sights that humans cannot ever forget, let alone ignore. These are very real impacts...

Crab Shells To Be Used To Make Sustainable Batteries

As the world moves towards a greener and more eco-friendly future for electric vehicles, their fundamental basis-batteries- need to be as sustainable as possible. Unfortunately, lithium-ion batteries, regarded as modern-day miracles, are not sustainable. This has led...

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Biodiversity Hotspots | Vulnerability And Conservation Priorities

Biodiversity hotspots are regions of the world that contain a high number of unique and threatened species. Vulnerability refers to the susceptibility of these species to different threats, such as habitat destruction, climate change, and over-exploitation....

The Effect of Global Warming on Ocean Circulation

Global warming caused by the burning of fossil fuels, deforestation, and other human activities has a significant impact on ocean circulation. As the planet warms, the ocean absorbs much of the excess heat, causing the surface water to expand and become less dense....

Ocean Acidification: Effects On Flora And Fauna

What is Ocean Acidification? Ocean acidification is the process by which the ocean absorbs increasing amounts of carbon dioxide (CO2) from the atmosphere, leading to a decrease in pH levels and a change in the ocean's chemistry. The ocean plays a major role in...

Sustainable Food System Transformation: What Needs To Be Done?

Several imbalances in the food sector are evident, resulting in trade-offs between consumption patterns, livelihoods, the environment, and food supply. The 2021 United Nations Food System Summit (UNFSS) was mainly concerned with these issues such as sustainable food...

Indoor Air Quality: Sources and Prevention Measures

What Is Indoor Air Quality? Indoor air quality is the air quality inside an office, school, home, or another building environment. Sometimes, indoor concentrations of pollutants are 2-5 times higher than outdoor concentrations. People most vulnerable to the effects of...

Climate Change Is Driving Rise In Eco Anxiety

What is Eco Anxiety? Climate change has burned deep in everyone’s minds. The images of wildfires scorching forests, floods upturning vehicles, and cyclones destroying houses are a few sights that humans cannot ever forget, let alone ignore. These are very real impacts...

Can Wood Biomass Have A Positive Influence On Climate?

People have used biomass since they first started burning wood to prepare food and keep warm. Today, wood biomass remains the most crucial energy resource. Some other bioenergy sources include agricultural and forest products, micro and macroalgae species, food crops,...

Algal Biofuels: The Third-Generation Biofuels

Biofuels have roots since the early days of the automotive industry when Rudolph Diesel tested his first engine using peanut oil. Biofuels are liquid fuels that are made from the biomass of various crops and industrial waste. They have the same variety of applications...

Crab Shells To Be Used To Make Sustainable Batteries

As the world moves towards a greener and more eco-friendly future for electric vehicles, their fundamental basis-batteries- need to be as sustainable as possible. Unfortunately, lithium-ion batteries, regarded as modern-day miracles, are not sustainable. This has led...

Fugitive Emissions: An Overview

What Are Fugitive Emissions? According to the IPCC definition, fugitive emissions are those that are “not intentionally generated by a stack or vent” and generally “include leaks from industrial facilities and pipelines.” Different industries define fugitive emissions...

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