Scientists present an unusual plan to slow down the melting of ancient Arctic ice - using reflective glass beads. As a result of climate change, Arctic ice is rapidly disappearing. Melting glaciers cause extreme weather fluctuations such as floods, heatwaves,...
According to the Botanic Gardens Conservation International, one in five wild maple species is threatened with extinction. There are currently 158 species of maple trees that are popular for their diversity. During the autumn season, their crowns decorate forests and...
European ground squirrel (Spermophilus citellus) illustrates perfectly how the targeted eradication of one species can reduce an abundant animal to a critically endangered species. Ground squirrel is an important species of native steppe ecosystems. Once, the ground squirrel was...
Man who needs no money, soap, or toilet paper - does it remind you of an Indian from the Peruvian Yagua tribe or an Australian bushman? A man who lives in harmony with nature is named Mira Ahimsa, and he...
Experts warn that bark beetles and repeated droughts have a detrimental effect on Europe's native forests. Due to this combination, millions of cubic meters disappear in the inconspicuous insect clutches. What Do We Know about Bark Beetles? A small, tiny beetle,...
We have been addressing climate change and global warming issues for decades. Mainstream puts our attention above all on CO2-related matters, while other influences are not much talked about. Why is this happening? Is anyone trying to hide other...
While many countries are working to reduce carbon dioxide emissions by building solar and wind power plants, while some have traded gasoline cars for electric vehicles, while scientists are looking for sustainable renewable energy sources, Japan has announced that...
The ever-increasing amount of plastic waste is a global problem. Plastics are everywhere - in the soil, in rivers, in the oceans, even in the cattle's stomachs. The toxins harm the environment, causing fatal injuries to many animals. At...
The new Greenpeace report, the world's first, published the cost of enormous damage from burning fossil fuels on a global scale. A study conducted by Greenpeace Southeast Asia and the Center for Research on Energy and Clean Air (CREA)...
Under the term of steak, most of us imagine a piece of juicy meat that has its irreplaceable taste and texture. But what if you don't want or can't eat meat for some reason? Students from the University of...
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