Tagged as Environment

With the consequences of climate change becoming more imminent, it’s time to take action. Trees can combat the consequences of climate change by reducing carbon dioxide. A recent study found that mass planting of trees, as much as 2.5 million acres worth, could reduce carbon emissions by two thirds. Here’s how we can save the world. The Future of Climate Change - Climate change has already -changed...
According to Harvard University and other researchers, the government approved additive being used by most municipal water authorities is now officially classified as a neurotoxin that can cause long term brain damage. This -Harvard study- linked water fluoridation to a loss in IQ, stating that "fluoride seems to fit in with lead, mercury, and other poisons that cause chemical brain drain.” Animal...
Access to germ-free and unpolluted water has always been important.  Most people know that. People know, for example, that contagious, microorganism-induced diseases were often the main cause of death before the 1900s.  They also probably know that water (as in the case of cholera, malaria, Schistosomiasis, Shigellosis, etc.) was often the medium that these microorganisms needed or used to spread themselves...
Organic Food -is, without a doubt, gaining popularity as a healthier option, at least when it comes to -avoiding dangerous pesticides. The other reason people are turning to organics is to help protect the environment from dangerous pesticides, but it is more expensive, as much as 50% more expensive according to some research, so for most of us it’s a case of spending wisely on the organic foods that...
It's clear that many people have either forgotten or never learned how important the oceans are to human survival.  Maybe these people think of the oceans as simply a means by which to get to other continents, wonderful places to fish or take a cruise on, or just giant marine-life aquariums too big to possibly be significantly damaged by human beings. Yes, the oceans are big - in fact, they comprise...