Friday, September 20, 2019
Scientists, in the 1970s, showed that ozone depletion is due to the release of some substances into the atmosphere. As a result, the ozone layer is reduced as a protective shield of the Earth against harmful UV radiation. It has...
If you are a fan of “green projects” that are environmentally friendly, the growing project in the southwestern part of Paris, France, will surely please you. The 14,000-square-meter “green roof” will be the largest rooftop urban farm not only...
India set out to fight climate change. In August, about a million Indians planted an incredible 220 million trees. Students, members of parliament, officials and other people from India's most populous state of Uttar Pradesh were involved in the...
Insect species, including bees and butterflies, have been dying too quickly over the past decades. An unprecedented idea of ​​helping bees to survive was born in a small Polish manufactory. Recycled paper supplies bees and butterflies with food, saving...
Plastic waste is one of the biggest global issues ever. The oceans become a landfill of about 100 million tons of plastics and about 90% of this waste comes from land-based sources. Nearly 1 million people have signed a worldwide...
A new African tree was discovered by forester Edwin Ujor in Cameroon in 1951. It took nearly 70 years for scientists to identify the plant. This year the tree was named Vepris Bali. However, no one has seen the...
The Owl Parrot, or Owl Kakapo (Strigops habroptila), is the only flightless parrot in the world and is the largest parrot ever. 142 adults lived in the New Zealand Islands in 2018. A record 86 chicks were born this...
Norway is currently the largest oil producer in Western Europe. Although Norway granted 83 exploration licenses in early 2019, three months later the Labor Party withdrew its support for oil exploration and drilling in the Lofoten Islands archipelago in...
Australia plans to plant 1 billion trees by 2030. Australia is plagued by extreme heat and drought, and forest fires. Animals in this climate die, their numbers go to thousands. Australia is about to meet the objectives set by...
Atlantic glaciers formed and expanded from the second half of the 16th century to the first half of the 19th century. Many species were buried under layers of ice. Global warming is causing glaciers to melt, and what a surprise...
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