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Published: Wed, 28 Jun 2017 04:22:33 -0500

 



Animals Face Extinction As Human Population Leads to Destruction of Habitats

Sun, 25 Jun 2017 20:37:03 -0500

My heart jumped several beats at the stress of hearing of another threatened species due to land clearing. The Western Australia Carnaby Black Parrot or Cockatoo is declining at such a rate that it faces extinction in a few short years. In the latter case a documentary on its life and habitat showed why this is happening.



How Sensor Trash Can Be More Effective Than Customary Dustbins

Sun, 18 Jun 2017 15:12:09 -0500

Automatic sensor trash bin makes your life healthier, convenient, and flexible. We can provide new wooden or stainless steel trash bins with compacting device inside.



Why It's Taken the UN 50 Years to Wake Up to Plastic and It's All Too Late

Mon, 05 Jun 2017 20:33:13 -0500

The news that the United Nations are meeting to decide on action on plastic and its effect on the oceans is more than 20 years too late. The problem was already emerging as a global issue from the time glass bottles were replaced sometime around 50 or more years ago. In my childhood one collected glass bottles and returned them to shops to collect pennies for them.



Global Warming Is About Rate Of Change - The Global Leftist Socialist Quasi-Scientist Told Me

Sun, 04 Jun 2017 09:47:56 -0500

It seems the left is up in a tizzy that President Donald J. Trump removed the US from the Paris Climate Accord. Of course, they'll want all that money he saved the taxpayers to fund their socialist causes or help bail out the Academic Bubble that is about to burst, all in the name of science right? Yah sure.



What Can I Bring to a Recycling Center?

Tue, 30 May 2017 20:57:18 -0500

If you want to do your part to protect and preserve the environment, start with something simple like recycling! You can recycle almost anything. Learn some examples of what to recycle right here!



How Companies Can Go Green

Tue, 23 May 2017 09:29:08 -0500

There has been a trending customer preference towards companies that are conscious of the environment. Here we look at how firms can go green and reduce their carbon footprint.



What Is 'Globalization'?

Mon, 22 May 2017 09:39:34 -0500

Globalization is the tendency of investment funds and businesses to move beyond domestic and national markets to other markets around the globe, thereby increasing the interconnection of the world. Globalization has had the effect of markedly increasing international trade and cultural exchange. BREAKING DOWN 'Globalization' Proponents of globalization say that it helps developing nations catch up to industrialized nations much faster through increased employment and technological advances; critics of globalization say that it weakens national sovereignty and allows rich nations to ship domestic jobs overseas where labor is much cheaper.



Recycle, Reuse And Reward Nature By Being Healthy, Fit, And Cognizant Of Your Planet

Sun, 21 May 2017 09:59:20 -0500

***We can reward ourselves and nature by being less inclined to use machinery for everything. Showing health for yourself is also showing care, preventative maintenance and genuine concern for your carbon footprint and how your electronics and mechanized tools are burning clean on the planet. Same as we seek health for ourselves we would do well to have care,concern and cognizance for our tools and daily habits that affect the planet and keep all things healthy, fit and running in balance with the planet and in alignment with overall healthy living. It is our responsibility to restore, or in most cases prevent further damage to the ecological balance of nature.~



Purchase Green-Labeled Products and Practice Environmental Practicality

Sat, 20 May 2017 09:15:58 -0500

What does your shopping cart contain? Is it, the things that you wish to buy, buy-into: or, the things that you would like to try-on for size? How about incorporating planet-conscious shopping into those efforts? The return benefits us all, and employs people too! What's in your shopping cart? Recycled packaging, or products?



Taking Care Of Our Global Weather And Its Creatures

Mon, 15 May 2017 09:24:05 -0500

With the onset of the scorching summer heat we are ready to cover ourselves with cold products. However, have we thought about the other living creatures who are losing their breathes searching for a drop of water? Be warned because if they are destroyed you will be gone too.



Globalization And Its Relation To Global Warming

Wed, 10 May 2017 11:50:37 -0500

Many individuals are aware of the term global warming. Whether they hear about it from the news, or just personally witness the unusual climate changes occurring around them, they encounter small impacts of global warming daily. However, most do not understand just how serious of an issue global warming actually is.



Electronics Recycling - Components Re-Used

Sat, 06 May 2017 12:56:30 -0500

Today there is a lot of talk about E- waste recycling and how important it is to the environment. E-Waste is the shortened version of electronic waste. When you engage in electronics recycling you are reprocessing and reusing electronic and electrical equipment that is regarded as outdated or been discarded. Some examples of electronic waste include:



Participatory Involvement of Forest Fringed Communities in Environmental Policy Development

Sat, 06 May 2017 12:40:00 -0500

Local communities, properly referred to as forest-fringed communities that live in the threshold of the forests in many parts of the world are often sidelined in decisions and policies regarding the forest, its biodiversity and the environment as a whole. Cleverly, policy makers and leading members of government delegations claim to involve the local residents living in the territories of the forest tracts in policies that affect the use and/or management of the resources. How they attend to the participatory involvement lays bare the question on what participatory involvement actually means.



Choosing an IT Asset Disposal Company

Thu, 04 May 2017 07:15:35 -0500

When choosing a company for IT Asset disposal you want to make sure that you are choosing one that will dispose of your IR Assets correctly and securely. Your IT Assets are any company-owned hardware, computer systems, or information that is used in your company for business reasons. You need to ensure that your company is protected against the risk of a security breach. Most data breaches occur because the IT Asset disposal was done incorrectly. If this is the first time your company needs the services of an IT Asset disposal company there are certain questions that you should ask.



Will Oil Ever Go Extinct?

Tue, 02 May 2017 06:51:43 -0500

Every single day goes by quicker than the day before, but do we take into account for are action. Do you ever think twice about the way the plant may be affected down the road from your negative actions?



Earth Renewable Energy Sources That Fall Under The Green Umbrellas

Mon, 01 May 2017 10:04:27 -0500

You have probably heard a lot of talk recently about green energy, but just what does that commonly used term really mean? Green energy can mean different things to different people, and it is important to establish a baseline before moving forward.



The Relationship Between Globalization and Global Warming In the Fortune 500 World

Fri, 21 Apr 2017 06:58:37 -0500

A brief description of the relationship between globalization and global warming. The description will be brief definitions and examples with support from Fortune 500 company's sustainability report.



How to Go Green at the Office

Sun, 16 Apr 2017 15:13:02 -0500

Your office is a place where you spend a great deal of time during the weekdays. Some of you may also work on weekends, but the point is that your office should be a place where you feel cosy and welcome. If you share a workspace with more people, it gets more difficult to keep it clean and organised. Have you ever considered establishing some green rules at the office? No, they are not difficult to follow but they will definitely make a difference. Here are a few suggestions how to go green at the office.



Ghanaian Traditional Arts for Biodiversity Conservation: Lessons From The COP 10 Origami Project

Sun, 16 Apr 2017 12:30:58 -0500

The wanton destruction of the biodiversity resources of nature has been a resurfacing menace to the world. Therefore, several strategies have been mapped up and continue to emerge to arrest this sour negative global experience that destroys lives and properties. It is in this light that the Japanese government decided to adopt a potent strategy for ingraining the ideals of conservation and sustainable use of biodiversity via their iconic traditional craft called Origami. The success of the COP 10 Origami project encapsulates the great significance that the traditional arts of a nation can play in the campaign against the abuse of the biodiversity resources in nature that pivots the life of all humans. This article enlightens readers of the powerful lessons that could be learned from the COP 10 Origami project in the light of utilising the traditional arts of a country to beef up the campaign for biodiversity conservation using Ghana as a case.



Global Warming: How It Is Affecting the Business World

Tue, 11 Apr 2017 14:03:25 -0500

Global Warming has been a popular topic in the world for about two decades now. It is talked about all over politics and environmentalists on a daily basis. Everyone talks about how it is affecting us and the Earth with the crops and our food, but Global Warming is also affecting the business world. Some businesses have been taking advantage of this exotic climate change, while others are suffering.



Who's to Be Blamed for the Change?

Mon, 10 Apr 2017 10:08:19 -0500

Climate change is a phenomenon which is caused by all and hence effects all. From droughts to rise in the ocean level, are all the effects of the misuse of Mother nature. Now, its time we come together to curb this change or face consequences in the near future...



Questions You Should Ask When Selecting Rubbish Removal Services

Fri, 07 Apr 2017 07:40:10 -0500

Living in an environment that is hygienic and clean is paramount because it plays a role in good health and a conducive environment for that matter. It is, however inevitable for rubbish to build up and at some point you will need to dispose it otherwise you will be living in the most unhygienic unsightly area. Whereas it may be possible for you to get rid of some of your rubbish, it may not always be possible for everyone to effectively dispose everything.



Humans Are Grossly Misled by Disinformation and Are Killing the Planet

Wed, 05 Apr 2017 06:54:13 -0500

The extent of the misinformation fed out to communities about climate change is, fortunately, having little effect now that the evidence is clear. In Australia the heat of last summer has broken several records and there is massive depression created by it. That is despite what some sceptics would have us believe.



Separating Church And State Will Diminish the Influence of Climate Change Deniers

Tue, 04 Apr 2017 11:31:25 -0500

The Religious Right either rejects the overwhelming scientific consensus of man-made climate change or welcome it as part of cult-like enthusiasm for the end of the world, also known as "the Rapture" or "End Times." Examples of how religious extremism in America are provided and a strategy for mitigating the influence of religious dogma on public policy are offered.



Electronics Recycling - What You Should Know

Tue, 04 Apr 2017 08:24:54 -0500

Electronics are hazardous wastes, but it hard to picture that when you buy a new television, computer, or any form of electronics. These electronics become hazardous waste when they have reached the end of their useful life. This is why it is so important that electronics recycling be done. In most cities, there are recycling centers that are set up specifically to deal with these end of life electronics. They know what needs to be done when they are recycled and will dispose of them in the safest manner possible.



How Men's Dreams Alter Reality

Tue, 04 Apr 2017 06:58:38 -0500

One has only to look at the state of the planet to understand that the laws and behaviour of humanity are out of whack. Bit by bit over the last five millennia or so things have so altered that we are now facing extinction. As species dissolve before our eyes there is only one conclusion to draw - humans will be next.



IT Asset Disposition Checklist

Mon, 03 Apr 2017 07:20:39 -0500

Technology and the machines that use this technology appear to dominate the world today. No one keeps business notes on paper or in files, there is no payroll, sales, budget, or income books because all this information is now kept on a computer's hard drive or a jump drive. All of a company-owned business information, hardware, or system is known as an IT Asset. If your company decides to do a system upgrade, your company will retire the outdated IT equipment.



Tips to Reuse Empty Water Bottles

Sat, 01 Apr 2017 09:09:25 -0500

Yes, you should reuse water bottles and it can offer a lot of benefits. As a matter of fact, this practice is environmentally friendly. Moreover, this practice can help you come up with original solutions, and with a bit of effort, you can create a greatly useful product. Based on the type of plastic and the size of your bottle, you can turn empty bottles into useful items. The fact of the matter is that reusing water bottles is a fun way to do a great favor to this planet.



Did The CA Government Make Bad Planning Decisions Based On Bad Climate Science Modeling And Data?

Tue, 28 Mar 2017 06:50:04 -0500

Perhaps you noted in the news the issues with the largest dam in California, Oroville Dam. It's main spillway which hadn't been used in over ten years because of the drought and lack of water, failed. Then the emergency spillway which had never been used didn't work as projected either mostly because it didn't have an adequate or paved path down to the river from the tallest dam in CA which Oroville Dam is. It was known for over 15-years that there was a problem with the main spillway as it was written up in a report of needed repairs. Turns out those repairs like much of our nation's infrastructure went unrepaired.



Political Warming

Wed, 22 Mar 2017 10:46:34 -0500

Learn more about the truth of global warming. Why people believe that it's not their fault.



Timeless Timepieces

Tue, 21 Mar 2017 09:42:53 -0500

Sundials today are a decorative addition to our gardens. The sundial is considered the first scientific instrument. It makes it possible to visualize our 4-dimensional world - the three dimensions and time. In our computerized world of today, sundials are all but forgotten as a timepiece.



The Earth Burns Up While Politicians Drag the Chain and Rig the System

Tue, 21 Mar 2017 06:53:49 -0500

In Australia a devastating period of heat has killed a large portion of the Great Barrier Reef with evidence that the climate is extremely dangerous to all life forms. The Queensland government, however, has approved one of the largest ever coal mines and it is owned by a foreign power. That is not even the worst of it.



Sustainability: A Healthy World

Sun, 19 Mar 2017 14:30:48 -0500

In order for sustainability to become a reality, humanity needs to make a quantum shift in consciousness. A shift in thinking of human beings as singular entities, to understanding our plurality. A shift away from greedy selfishness and towards inclusive generosity.



Destination Plastic - Giant Garbage Island Floating in Ocean Wreaks Havoc

Sun, 12 Mar 2017 21:53:52 -0500

Scientists say the giant garbage patch floating in the Pacific Ocean is at least the size of Texas, but likely far larger. Some of it is submerged, so it is difficult to determine its precise size. Comprised mainly of plastic - trash from humans - the deadly patch also contains shipping containers, fishing nets, rubber, etc. If you guessed that this giant floating patch of garbage is a death-trap for sea animals, you'd be right. But there is something YOU can do about it: create less waste by consuming less stuff.



Could Global Climate Change Actually Be A Hoax?

Sun, 12 Mar 2017 21:51:48 -0500

Analyzes global climate change, why some people argue that it may not be factual, and why arguing with the facts does not change them. What is the nature of facts and data? Can they turn out to be untrue or changeable?



How to Clean Up Our Environment

Fri, 10 Mar 2017 10:18:24 -0600

Another big humanity's challenge is air pollution. Air consists of nitrogen, oxygen, water vapor and inert gases. When the typical structure of air is altered, we can observe the effects of air pollution. The primary reason of air contamination is the effect of the burning fuels. The smoke floats in the air and most people breath it in. Further, it affects the health resulting in respiratory diseases, cancers and other problems. Another type of air pollutants are dangerous gases, such as sulfur dioxide, nitrogen oxides, carbon monoxide, and chemical vapors.



How We Can Nurse Our Planet Back To Health

Thu, 09 Mar 2017 09:42:21 -0600

Environmental degradation has gotten to a level where pessimists can easily write off our beloved planet as being beyond salvage. Unfortunately, the world's major powers, which everyone would expect to save the planet, blatantly refuse to commit to any effort to change the devastating trends. Nevertheless, even deep in the midst of such gloom, there is always hope. The planet Earth can be nursed back to health.



Cash For My Phone Revolution - The Expansion Of The Recycling Industry

Wed, 08 Mar 2017 08:00:50 -0600

Cash for my phone revolution had started much before but now it has picked up a pace and is transforming itself into an industry. The scope of employment has increased manifold with the expansion in this industry.



Sell Corporate Mobile Phones and Contribute to the Mass Movement of Recycling

Wed, 01 Mar 2017 09:43:08 -0600

Sell corporate mobile phones and contribute to saving the planet by encouraging recycling. The article focuses on its importance, collection of e-waste for recycling and the process of recycling. Recycling is becoming an industry and people selling their old gadgets are benefiting in more ways than one.



FAQS About Carbon Steel

Thu, 23 Feb 2017 22:59:57 -0600

If you are planning to work with carbon steel, it is helpful to know some important facts before getting started. The first step is figuring out which grade of carbon steel you need for your project!



What The Media Tells Us Is Not What The Real Climate Scientist's Research Shows

Wed, 22 Feb 2017 04:53:59 -0600

Isn't it amazing to read all the 'Chicken Little' doom-and-gloom surrounding Global Warming, whoops - Faux pa, I better use the right 'pronoun' as I don't want to be called a racist - it's now called; Climate Change. Anyway, as a think tank coordinator I read far too many boring climate science papers, none of which claim to "know" anything about how much the emissions of humankind's CO2 are causing the temperatures to rise.



NASA's Climate Science Budget Continues To Bloat

Tue, 21 Feb 2017 06:56:46 -0600

Did you know that of NASA's $20 Billion a year budget, that $2 Billion or 10% of it is dedicated to Climate Science. It's true. NASA has always spent a percentage of its budget on Earth Sciences, but that percentage had increased under Jim Hansen's direction and he had friends in high places, like Al Gore. Under the Obama Administration Climate Science became a priority and focus. There was turmoil within the ranks at NASA with administrators, scientists, and even astronauts, as many noted that research data was being manipulated for the global warming agenda.



Climate Science Budget Of NASA Shows Its Bureaucratic Bloated Budget Battle Challenges

Tue, 21 Feb 2017 06:54:16 -0600

The new Trump Administration and the Republicans in the US Congress are concerned with the runaway spending of NASA's climate science division, and to be quite frank, so am I. Many believe that Earth Sciences are one of NASA's most important endeavors, however most Americans see NASA as synonymous with human space flight. Reality is that NASA has been instrumental in aeronautics, material science, ocean research and Earth science, and more recently climate science which has a $2 Billion annual budget, nearly 10% of NASA's total annual budget, this has law makers up-in-arms.



Swachh Bharat Mission: From Behaviour Change to Social Change

Thu, 16 Feb 2017 14:22:19 -0600

A detailed account on how India is strengthening its social landscape to reinforce its leadership in Science and Technology. A snapshot to help understand the spread and depth of integrated approaches that guide the development and implementation of science and technology centred programmes in the country. The government of India is aware of the need to further strengthen this landscape to reinforce India's leadership in these areas and continually deliver value added services for the benefit of the country as a whole.



The Recycling Process - What Happens at a Recycling Plant?

Thu, 16 Feb 2017 09:22:41 -0600

E-Waste recycling is essentially reusing of electronic and electrical hardware of any type that has been disposed of or viewed as out of date. Contact us for electronics and computer recycling services in Southwest USA. R3Ewaste will pick up from your location absolutely all of your computer waste.



How a Recycling Company Can Help Change Our Future

Tue, 14 Feb 2017 07:36:18 -0600

Climate change is one of the most pressing challenges the world has faced. The process of reusing and repurposing materials shares the world's stage in the efforts to reverse the effects of global warming, and therefore, the responsibility and impact of a single recycling company has never been more critical.



A Chemical Free Day - Is It Too Much to Ask?

Wed, 08 Feb 2017 13:27:32 -0600

We seem to be polluting everything in our wake, water, land and air. Don't you agree? Or perhaps you'd agree to the fact that Cancer, hormonal imbalance (hypo and hyper thyroid), asthma, eczema, chrons disease, cardiac illnesses, diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis, etc are striking more and more at an even younger age group than before



Top 5 Reasons to Go for Solar Power

Wed, 01 Feb 2017 14:07:51 -0600

Solar power has become the talk of the town these days since fossil fuels in the world are limited in supply. An alarming factor is that fossil fuels are becoming scarcer day by day due to the careless use by us. So we need to find a new source of energy for a better and sustainable future, and there is nothing better than solar power in this regard.



E-Waste and the Importance of Electronic Recycling

Mon, 30 Jan 2017 09:38:01 -0600

Society can immensely benefit with new cheap electronic devices. This explosive growth of electronics has made e-waste an important issue. E-waste is a growing concern which needs to be tackled effectively. Industry, policy makers and consumers are giving much attention to this issue. There are many consumers who do not know the actual process of recycling old electronics safely. So, it is important that they gain knowledge on the issue.



Very Simple Ways To Care For The Environment

Mon, 30 Jan 2017 09:36:56 -0600

The physical and biological life forms combine together to form a vast environment. There are a number of problems that crop up in the environment due to the never ending demands of the humans from nature. Ozone depletion, pollution, population and global warming are included in these dangerous problems. The biosphere of the earth cannot tolerate these situations anymore and the result is getting worse with each passing day.



The World Of Now

Sun, 29 Jan 2017 10:08:09 -0600

Never before in American history has a President started his first term with the lowest approval rating. Here sits an incumbent President who flat out relishes and embellishes his own brand of narcissism. Within just a week into his Presidency he has crossed the line in ethics, violated protocols, and moved this nation closer to starting World War III.



Silver Hydrogen Peroxide: Disinfecting the Eco-Friendly Way

Fri, 27 Jan 2017 14:01:10 -0600

Silver Hydrogen Peroxide, as the name suggests is a synergized composition of hydrogen peroxide stabilized with silver ions in the form of silver nitrate or infused Silver Nano particles. In either of the cases, the disinfecting property of AgH2O2 remains superior compared to all other known forms and compositions of disinfectants till date.



3 Common Types of Red Metal

Wed, 25 Jan 2017 13:06:18 -0600

Red metals are not from Mars. Or are they? What are red metals and what do you do with them? Read this article for answers to your metal questions!



Our World Almost Gone

Mon, 23 Jan 2017 07:26:29 -0600

"My soul can find no staircase to heaven unless it be through earth's loveliness." Michelangelo. Of course one of the greatest painters in all of history was keenly aware of the earth's bountiful beauty.



Industrial Accidents

Fri, 20 Jan 2017 10:01:48 -0600

There is a difference between natural catastrophes. Those extreme events in nature, such as earthquakes, that cause widespread damage and man-made environmental catastrophes, for which we, human beings, are responsible.



Electronic Recycling - Health and Economic Benefits

Tue, 03 Jan 2017 09:19:09 -0600

Worldwide, each year approximately 49 million metric tons of electronic waste is generated according to the United Nations Environmental Program. Three million of the total is generated in the United States. Because of these staggering numbers, it makes electronic recycling all that more important. By recycling, there are various benefits, both in economics and health benefits.



Is It Expensive to Remove a Fallen Tree?

Fri, 30 Dec 2016 07:14:14 -0600

A storm can make trees fall. But a professional tree service company can make them disappear after! Look into the price of fallen tree removal service and be prepared to clear the clutter following the next rain storm!



The Coywolf

Thu, 29 Dec 2016 07:31:30 -0600

A wave of naturalism continues to sweep across the United States. Mostly, this is an improvement over past human practices of either unbridled hunting and trapping or unbending regulation of wild animal populations. However, nature will not fit like a puzzle piece into the balanced world that many of us want. Nature is reproductive, and what it produces may surprise us. Meet "the coywolf."



The Cultural Beliefs Behind The Establishment of Burial Sites: A Tool For Biodiversity Conservation

Thu, 29 Dec 2016 07:19:39 -0600

Biological diversity sometimes referred to as biodiversity, has been the direct supplier and enhancer of resources for the survival of the human generation. It provides humans with the basic necessities that life itself hinges on, thus, food, clothing, and shelter. Burial sites of royals and important persons in various societies have been one of the tracts of land that have indirectly conserved a lot of endangered flora and fauna species. Thus, there is the need for an enlightenment of the potentials of these burial sites and the cultural beliefs that propelled their establishments and ultimately leading to the conservation of rich biodiversity resources in their pristine states.



3 Reasons to Recycle Old Cell Phones and Electronics

Wed, 28 Dec 2016 13:19:23 -0600

You can help keep the earth clean while making some fast cash at the same time! Just turn in your old cell phones, mobile devices, and electronics to a local scrap metal recycling company!



Making the World a Clean and Tidy Place

Tue, 27 Dec 2016 11:32:23 -0600

Keeping our urban areas clean has become a major challenge for us in this century. Domestic, industrial and agricultural wastes compete vehemently for spaces in the biosphere, lithosphere and hydrosphere, and this need not be so.



Save The Earth By Recycling Waste

Thu, 22 Dec 2016 13:18:17 -0600

Sometimes even small efforts can make a big difference for the betterment of the society. While the entire world is struggling with serious environmental issues, doing a bit from our side like recycling waste and plastics can prove to be a big milestone. This is simple. For example, if we use alternate bins for disposing off different types of waste material, it can help recycle the non-biodegradable waste like plastic. This would be beneficial for the environment.



China's Air Pollution - They Are Blaming The West And Some Are Trumpeting That Dirty Excuse

Tue, 20 Dec 2016 07:09:15 -0600

China has attempted for far too long to forgo environmental issues in order to continue its economic march forward. For three decades the Communist Chinese Government posted 10% year over year gains, recently that number has come down to 6% to 7% merely because it is so big now that there are not enough markets in the world to sell to for the amount of production that is possible there. Yes, but at what cost? Right now 2% of all of the pollution in California comes from China - think of that, it blows across the entire Pacific Ocean to pollute our skies.



What To Look For In An Electronic Recycler

Thu, 15 Dec 2016 07:21:57 -0600

A serious threat is posed by electronic waste to both the population and the environment, when disposed off incorrectly. The fastest growing segment of waste in the industrialized world is represented by e-waste or electronic waste. Recycling your old electronics helps to keep your organization and home free from the heap of old equipments, helping to create a safer, healthier and cleaner environment.



Green Living Tips for the Winter Months

Tue, 13 Dec 2016 08:10:31 -0600

To live green is to be conscious of one's impact on energy and natural resources and making choices to minimize that impact. Those choices are not necessarily the same for every season of the year. There are specific things that you can do during each season to save energy and conserve natural resources. As we are fast approaching winter, it is time to look at what we can do to keep our year-round green living going.



Is Climate Change Going To Kill Us All - No, Without It We Wouldn't Even Be Here In The First Place

Tue, 13 Dec 2016 06:56:48 -0600

Many a world leader has stated that Climate Change is the most serious issue confronting humankind. But, I ask; what would a politician know about Climate Science if they are not even scientists? It's interesting that if you doubt Global Warming Theory - you are called a "Denier" of science because there is a so-called "consensus" on this issue with climate scientists who get their paychecks from research grants to prove global warming theory is correct, and yet, "consensus" doesn't have anything to do with actual science, consensus is more of a democratic political term.



CO2 Is a Molecule - It Is A Gas Above Negative 109.3 F, It's Not Evil

Mon, 12 Dec 2016 06:58:10 -0600

When it comes to Global Warming or Climate Change, I for one am not all that concerned about mankind's CO2 output - in fact, I am not too concerned with CO2 at all. Let's discuss this shall we? You see, human emissions from CO2 actually is a very small part of the total CO2 in the atmosphere (about 3% of the total CO2 output on Planet Earth is all). A large wildfire in Australia puts out more CO2 than all of China in 10 months, if you can believe that. If global warming alarmists are worried about CO2 output, then perhaps they need to go talk to coal burning European Nations, who by the way are also driving diesel cars emitting more CO2 and soot.



Watch the Seasons Change, Engage All of the Colors and Scents - Bring Focus to Your Environment

Sun, 11 Dec 2016 19:10:54 -0600

While Christmas is a time for celebration, it is by no means a vacation to be asleep to our global need for keeping the planet safe, healthy, abundant and clean. If we all make a Christmas wish to keep our senses going strong, then it's time to sing songs to a new tune of earth-conscious recycling and living, giving our planet the chance to live in harmony with you and me and our families. Life significance is not about how many followers you have on social media, or about how much money you've made. No, life significance is about the difference you made by impacting planetary awareness and consciousness, start today! Leave your legacy behind. Begin by being kind to your planet, by being respectful of other people's Intellectual Property and tangible property. Keep your hands, eyes, ears and nosy nose in proper alignment with respect for yourself, others and especially for your planet! We are all one, we all occupy one planet, for now, live harmoniously and the world will reward you splendidly- live acrimoniously and the world will give you more of where your intention gets fed. Be spiritually alive, not spiritually dead to clean, conscious-free living.



Read Before You Throw Away Clothing

Wed, 07 Dec 2016 14:47:39 -0600

Most of us donate our clothing when we no longer wear it. The style may have changed or we don't like the way it fits. However, there are articles of clothing we throw away because they are so worn. They may have holes in them or have paint on them. Learning how clothing reuse & recycling helps the environment can change what you do in the future.



Getting Rid of Your Old Clothing the Right Way

Wed, 07 Dec 2016 14:46:11 -0600

Do you have too many clothes and you know you need to sort through them? Getting rid of items that don't fit or you just don't wear anymore is a very good idea. Decluttering will help you feel great about the appearance of your closets and to maximise space. It will also help you identify if you need to buy new clothing for any occasion.



Electronics Disposal - The Right Methods

Mon, 05 Dec 2016 07:47:18 -0600

You can properly dispose of electronics in many different ways. You can take it to a recycling center; donate it to charities, or by selling it to buy back centers. Health and environmental agencies recommend that you use any way you can to dispose of electronics without putting them in a landfill.



Help Wipe Away Mermaids' Tears - Plastic Pellets Look Like Fish Eggs to Birds

Thu, 01 Dec 2016 15:09:39 -0600

Mermaids may be mythical but their tears aren't. "Mermaids' Tears" is a term used to describe the tiny plastic pellets that many plastic items eventually break down into. These tiny pellets, or 'nurdles', are mistaken for food and get eaten by birds and other sea life, which often leads to starvation. An awareness of the potential impacts of our use of plastic is a great first step to helping ensure these larger issues change for the bett



The Great Food Rescue

Tue, 29 Nov 2016 08:14:45 -0600

Is food waste high on your agenda? Did you see the BBC Program about the charity that has sprung up with the assistance of volunteers and how they are trying to turn their venture into a national phenomenon. There are already small groups working throughout the country recycling the waste, but perfectly edible food that would otherwise go into landfill.



Think Before You Drink Bottled Water: Using a Reusable Water Bottle Matters

Wed, 23 Nov 2016 13:17:56 -0600

How this for a staggering stat: in the US alone, Americans use 50 billion water bottles a year - and 40 billion of those end up in landfills... or rivers, oceans, the side of the road and pretty much anywhere else on this planet of ours. And producing plastic water bottles consumes a vast amount of energy. One small but significant step YOU can take to help turn the tide on this colossal waste of valuable resources is to use a reusable water bottle. Yes, it is that simple.



Before the Flood

Wed, 23 Nov 2016 08:17:33 -0600

I recently watched the above film, which discussed the severity of global warming and how little has been done to halt or reverse it. This is despite the fact it has been discussed for 50 years. It is now considered, by many scientists to be too late, it will be irreversible, unless the world makes a serious effort in the next couple of years.



Attention Shoppers: Do You Really Need That Plastic Bag?

Wed, 23 Nov 2016 07:55:08 -0600

Most of us know that getting a plastic bag for our items - at the grocery store or elsewhere - is perhaps not the best choice for the environment. But many people may not necessarily be aware of why. Producing single-use plastic bags not only consumes vast amounts of energy and resources, many of those plastic bags eventually find their way to the ocean, where they cause havoc - and often death - for sea animals, fish and birds.



List of Habits Causing Environmental Damage Unknowingly

Wed, 16 Nov 2016 11:31:04 -0600

Switched on Lights: I'm sure that your dad or mom has told you over a million times to switch off your lights. They are pretty much right. Not only does switched on lights increase your electricity bill, but it also increases emissions harmful for the environment.



4 Money-Making Tips in the Medical Waste Industry

Mon, 14 Nov 2016 09:05:03 -0600

One man's waste is another man's treasure, so the old adage says. And in today's modern times, this can't be truer. Let's explore the gold mine of money-making tips and tricks in ever-growing industry of medical waste.



Making Our Earth Greener: Why The Participation of Local People and Their Culture Is Indispensable

Tue, 08 Nov 2016 08:30:05 -0600

Our wonderful planet, pregnant with resources tailored to human needs by the wise creator is now in wanton depletion. The situation is largely attributed to the bad human activities such as deforestation, land degradation and habitat destruction triggered by greed for wealth. Environmental schemes and programs meant to curtail the situation usually fail to incorporate the views and cultural practices of local communities. Yet, these cultural practices of the local people are resilient and have been the sole managerial force for the existing tracts of forest in most regions of the world.



Global Drought

Mon, 07 Nov 2016 09:19:03 -0600

Webster defined drought as a period of below-average precipitation in a given region, resulting in prolonged shortages in its water supply, whether atmospheric, surface water or ground water. A drought can last for months, years, or may even last for decades. The world today is faced with the fact that many countries around the world have squandered their natural resource of fresh water to the point that very critical shortages are already occurring.



Water Recycling - Is It Right for You?

Thu, 03 Nov 2016 13:10:22 -0500

Many people in drought-stricken areas are turning to gray water reclamation systems for their homes or businesses. What is this type of water recycling, and is it a good choice for you? Read more to find out!



What Is Systems Thinking?

Thu, 03 Nov 2016 07:52:26 -0500

Systems thinking focuses on trends that data reveals and then places these trends within the context of a world system model in order to understand where leverage points for changing the behavior of the system might reside. The goal in introducing any change is to create greater resilience and integrity in the system as a whole. Understanding any system's leverage points and which ones are most likely to create greater integrity in the system, is vital to our ability to live sustainably without crashing and collapsing the Earth's system.



Harvest Season in October - What Does It Truly Imply?

Wed, 26 Oct 2016 07:20:49 -0500

Harvesting essentially means time of collecting a crop that is ripe and ready to be picked from the field. Reaping is chopping off or cutting of grain or pulse for harvest, with the use of specialized tools. Though for most small farms with less industrialized help or options, harvesting is the hardest part of farming, requiring lots of back-breaking labor, time and effort, must be completely, in a timely way, during the growing season, especially before wild animals, insects or disease has a chance to compete for the rewards on the stalks, plants, ground or trees. We still use the term Autumn, the term is said to originate in England. Hence season of gathering/harvesting the goodies and treats from underground, plants, trees and wherever else these delicious labor of love that farmers provide for us can be retrieved.



A Look At Climate Change, What It's Doing, and How To Fight It

Mon, 24 Oct 2016 10:01:04 -0500

Greenhouse gas emissions are destroying our environment, one degree at a time. What is causing it, and what can we as a planet do to combat it? The answers may be simpler than you realize.



Decide This Year to Notice What Happens Outside, in Your Own Backyard, in Autumn

Sun, 23 Oct 2016 09:58:38 -0500

~The calm reading under the palm tree! There are so many places to find that makes writing fun, relaxing and new! Try writing under a palm tree, that's actually a unique and comfortably novel place to write and pretty cool too, if you ask me... The fall season is a great reason to notice the changes in nature, animals and natural outdoor events that take place whether we notice or not. Decide this year to notice what happens outside, in your own backyard, in Autumn.



How To Recycle Electronic Waste With Responsibility

Thu, 20 Oct 2016 13:49:23 -0500

One of the fastest growing contributors to the waste stream is electronic waste. It is increasing at a rate three times faster than other types of waste. From mobile phones to televisions, batteries, computers and other electronic appliances, many of our gadgets are polluting the environment and filling up landfills. So it is of utmost importance to recycle our electronic products responsibly and as soon as possible. The primary thing though is it should also be known which components can be reused in new products.



Electronic Wastes Recycling Standards

Thu, 20 Oct 2016 13:49:21 -0500

Having a lot of electronic wastes accumulating and do not know what to do with it? An electronic recycler certainly helps in this regard. It is very important for companies to securely erase data from the device before it is recycled properly and get a report after that. It is a duty on the company's part to handle the toxic wastes diligently so as not to harm its employees.



Living in Awareness of Wonderful Things Nature Can Provide for Us Is Exciting to Say the Least!

Thu, 13 Oct 2016 15:15:06 -0500

**Round and profound our universe astounds and abounds in creativity that is essential and part of the life-blood of existence for you and me! Visit any town or city or for that matter any nation or continent~ you'll surely be more than content by what you see... People working and living in harmony. Society works best cohesively with less judgement, more camaraderie and of course, while supporting their family and friends with work and family-life balance. Balance is the key to great and successful living. A balanced way of living, eating, working and supporting the lives of every person and every animal on the planet that's what's key to conscious living and great harmony.



How a Recycling Company Helps Protect and Preserve the Environment

Fri, 30 Sep 2016 08:27:34 -0500

The usefulness of a recycling company goes far beyond what meets the eye. The environment benefits greatly from the work of these businesses.



Turning Back The Damage Done To The Ozone Layer

Thu, 29 Sep 2016 09:59:03 -0500

The ozone layer is part of the Earth's atmosphere that contains ozone - a naturally occurring molecule containing three oxygen atoms. Not only does the ozone layer protect our planet from the Sun's harmful ultraviolet (UV) radiation that bombards the planet on a daily basis, but through the absorption of this radiation it helps to warm our stratosphere - ultimately supporting and sustaining life on our planet.



The Meaning and Reasons For Sustainable Development

Wed, 21 Sep 2016 08:08:35 -0500

Sustainable development is the strategic development of structures that seek to meet the needs of present and future generations through effective management and maintenance of natural resources. The main aim of sustainable development is to ensure that the present environmental needs of humans do not encroach on those that the future generations would also need and use. It is bent on sustaining thus 'maintaining' or 'preserving' the natural resources that we have now so that the future generations would also have them in ample supply. An "unsustainable situation" occurs when natural capital (the sum total of nature's resources) is used up faster than it can be replenished or replaced. Sustainability requires that human activity only uses nature's resources at a rate at which they can be replenished naturally.



People Need to Change the Perception About the Environment

Mon, 19 Sep 2016 11:33:21 -0500

Though we have begun the act of protecting the environment, nothing has actually happened on the ground. The mindset of the people need to change. They should not be going after the limelight. If they are sincere, they should continue the cleaning of the environment. In this article, we are looking at the hard facts to decide whether we have done enough to protect the environment.



Why the Water Table in Our Cities Is Going Down Rapidly

Mon, 19 Sep 2016 11:15:08 -0500

Water is becoming a scarce quantity in various parts of the world due to various factors. Mainly, it is due to the over-exploitation, weather change and unplanned real estate growth. In this article, we will be looking at the reasons for the lowering of the water table in various parts of the growth.



Strategies For Sustaining and Maintaining The Ecology

Wed, 14 Sep 2016 08:04:26 -0500

The things found in the ecological system provide several benefits to mankind that makes life bearable on earth. Therefore, there is the need to conserve these ecological resources. The following are some strategies suggested for the sustenance and maintenance of the environment. The government, corporate bodies, institutions and individuals should strive in implementing these strategies to ensure the survival and sustenance of the natural resources in the environment.



An Open Letter to Climate Change Deniers

Tue, 13 Sep 2016 09:51:49 -0500

The constitution states "that they are endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable rights, that among these are life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness". As a 50-year-old African-American male, those rights were denied me the early part of my life. Although, most Americans will never feel the pain of Jim Crow but it was real.



Thank You for Giving Us Such a Beautiful Planet - A Letter to the Divine Creator

Mon, 29 Aug 2016 15:19:34 -0500

THANK YOU DIVINE CREATOR; I THANK YOU FOR GIVING US SUCH A BEAUTIFUL PLANET; as we take a silent moment to reflect, appreciate and to observe your glory this Thanksgiving! Thank you for breathing life into your planet: Earth. You have given us dominion over the planet and in return, you ask that we take of it and protect it. Thanksgiving, is a way to honor the planet and everyone in it! Thank you for giving us a place to live: to the Divine Creator, We,"Thank you,"again and again! Don't wait for a specific Thursday in November to celebrate Thanksgiving, as long as you are alive and thriving on this beautiful, healthy, for now, planet, it is a great time to thrive and to thank the Divine Creator for your planet, don't take it for granted. It makes life healthy, organic and enjoyable, in all things be thankful everyday!



What to Think About When Recycling Your Clothes for Cash

Mon, 29 Aug 2016 11:19:25 -0500

A lot of people still throw their unwanted clothes into the bin without any thought to the environment. When your clothes go to a landfill site, they are harming the environment by adding to the gases built up in the atmosphere when they are destroyed and causing more space to be needed for a bigger site.



Is Global Warming a Plot to Control All of Humanity?

Mon, 29 Aug 2016 06:53:06 -0500

It's no secret that the global elitists of the Club of Rome want to limit human population. Indeed, we probably do have more people on said planet than we need, and although it isn't a total crisis yet, someday maybe in 50, 100, 200, 250 years it certainly will be. Some of these global elitists say the problem is Capitalism, as it creates abundance, but it also creates such huge economies of scale that it rapes the planet of resources and converts things into trash and waste - and if this continues the entire planet will be polluted with waste, plastics in the ocean, pollution in the skies, and agricultural fields laden with toxic chemicals - sounds dire indeed, or so their claim goes.



Environmental Theme of Rio Olympics With Colors, Curves and Coolness

Thu, 25 Aug 2016 09:33:07 -0500

It may not have had the power and glamor of Beijing 2008 or the sophisticated elegance of London 2012. But Rio de Janeiro showed that low budget could be high impact as it delivered an Olympic opening ceremony that will long be remembered for its color, imagination, passion and profound message of hope.



Common Symptoms of Fire Blight on Flowering Cherry Trees

Wed, 24 Aug 2016 15:24:24 -0500

Do you have Flowering Cherry Trees on your property? If so, be on the alert for a common and deadly bacterial infection called Fire Blight! Call a tree service provider for help with your tree problems today!