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Is Amazon Rainforest dying? Detailed Report

The Amazon rainforest- home to over 30 million people and the largest rainforest on the planet, is a healthy and rich ecosystem. However, the Amazon rainforest is in danger due to deforestation, climate change, and fires. So Is Amazon rainforest dying? Over the past...

The Health Impacts of Plastic Recycling in Turkey: Is Recycling Also Not An Option Now?

The world is drowned with plastic waste. The effects are felt across several domains, including biodiversity, climate change, human health, and human rights. Needless to say, recycling is a good idea for this global crisis; until it's done wrong, and the health...

Is 2022 FIFA World Cup Carbon Neutral? As Claimed By Qatar: Let Us Look Into The Reality

In the midst of a storm of controversy, the Qatar FIFA World Cup officially began on 20th November. The organizers' promise that Qatar 2022 will be the first carbon-neutral FIFA World Cup in history has put the tournament's environmental effect under close...

Microplastics Found in Fresh Antarctic Snow: Latest Reports

Scientists have found tiny pieces of plastic (popularly known as microplastic) in freshly fallen Antarctic snow for the very first time. The microplastics found in fresh Antarctic snow have the potential to accelerate climate change by rapidly melting ice. According...

How Will Overturning Roe V. Wade Affect Pregnant Women In Pollution Hotspots?

Case Study: Baytown, Texas, USA For many people in the city of Baytown in Texas, the overturning of Roe V. Wade has left them with not many options, and not just in terms of seeking reproductive healthcare like abortion. The town sits on the eastern edge of Harris...

World’s First Rapid Testing Facility For Tidal Turbine Blades

The world's first rapid testing facility for tidal turbine blades has officially opened. The $5.64 million (£4.6 million) facility aims to test tidal turbine blades under harsh conditions. Those behind the project hope that the facility eventually accelerates the...

Solar Geoengineering

What is Solar Geoengineering? Solar geoengineering, also called solar radiation management, is a process of rapidly cooling the planet through a set of proposed methods to reflect sunlight. According to researchers, solar engineering has two main approaches:...

Water Neutrality: How Can It be Achieved?

Water is an essential natural resource; all living organisms depend upon water to survive. 75 percent of the planet is covered by water, and about 97.5 percent of that water is saltwater. Only 2.5 percent of freshwater is available for consumption. Humans consume...

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Solar Geoengineering

What is Solar Geoengineering? Solar geoengineering, also called solar radiation management, is a process of rapidly cooling the planet through a set of proposed methods to reflect sunlight. According to researchers, solar engineering has two main approaches:...

Water Neutrality: How Can It be Achieved?

Water is an essential natural resource; all living organisms depend upon water to survive. 75 percent of the planet is covered by water, and about 97.5 percent of that water is saltwater. Only 2.5 percent of freshwater is available for consumption. Humans consume...

Is Amazon Rainforest dying? Detailed Report

The Amazon rainforest- home to over 30 million people and the largest rainforest on the planet, is a healthy and rich ecosystem. However, the Amazon rainforest is in danger due to deforestation, climate change, and fires. So Is Amazon rainforest dying? Over the past...

Sustainability: All You Need To Know

What is Sustainability? Sustainability or being sustainable means meeting our present demands without wasting resources that future generations will need. Along with natural resources, economic and social resources are also needed. Sustainability is living a life...

The Health Impacts of Plastic Recycling in Turkey: Is Recycling Also Not An Option Now?

The world is drowned with plastic waste. The effects are felt across several domains, including biodiversity, climate change, human health, and human rights. Needless to say, recycling is a good idea for this global crisis; until it's done wrong, and the health...

Is 2022 FIFA World Cup Carbon Neutral? As Claimed By Qatar: Let Us Look Into The Reality

In the midst of a storm of controversy, the Qatar FIFA World Cup officially began on 20th November. The organizers' promise that Qatar 2022 will be the first carbon-neutral FIFA World Cup in history has put the tournament's environmental effect under close...

The Market For Geographic Information System Software in Agriculture is Predicted To Increase At A Staggering 12.8% Per Year by 2028

The size of Geographic Information System (GIS) software in the agriculture market across the world reached USD 4.04 billion in 2020. According to the latest research and analysis by Emergen Research, the software is likely to register a revenue CAGR of 12.8 percent...

Is The World Really Running Out of Food? Latest Reports on Food Insecurity

Several countries are currently struggling with increasing levels of food insecurity, threatening the accomplishment of the Sustainable Development Goals by 2030. Before the Covid19 pandemic, food supply across countries was disrupted due to conflicts, socio-economic...

How Effective Is The Direct Air Capture (DAC) Environmental Technology?

What is Direct Air Capture? The Direct Air Capture technology extracts carbon dioxide directly from the atmosphere. It then stores the captured carbon dioxide in deep geological formations. Alternatively, we can even use the captured carbon dioxide, for example, in...

The Great Smog of London: What Led To It?

The Great Smog of London was a huge ecological disaster that occurred in 1952 due to the high pollution levels in the United Kingdom's capital. The Great Smog of London affected all the city's residents but had worse effects on the city's senior citizens. Over 4,000...

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