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Why Are Urban Green Spaces Important?
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BY Jennifer Okafor ·
02·22·24
As urban spaces witness growth, we all need to exercise our understanding of why urban green spaces remain crucial. With the looming threat of overpopulation, a shift towards sustainable development can help protect and preserve the environment.
10 Amazing Basalt Columns of the World
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BY Jennifer Okafor ·
02·08·24
Basalt columns, nature’s exquisite artistry crafted by volcanic activities and time, are found in multiple corners of our planet. This post discusses the process of their formation and introduces you to different types of basalt formations around the globe.
What Is A Rain Shadow Effect?
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BY Jennifer Okafor ·
02·08·24
This article explores the aspects of the rain shadow effect. It explains why constant precipitation is common on one side of the mountain while the other results in an arid environment. Understand the reasons, implications, and examples of desert resulting from this phenomenon.
Wetland Restoration: Definition, Principles, And More
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BY Jennifer Okafor ·
01·10·24
Our precious wetlands are under threat, a reality with potentially catastrophic implications. However, there's hope in the form of wetland restoration, a proactive initiative yielding remarkable benefits and success stories that we all need to know about.
What is Thermal Pollution? Causes, Effects, And Solutions
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BY Jennifer Okafor ·
12·28·23
Thermal pollution wreaks havoc on our water bodies, threatening wildlife and disrupting natural cycles. This eye-opening article explores the root of this issue and how industries can prevent it.
Interview: Shaq Koyok, COP28 and Advocating for Malaysia's Orang Asli People
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BY Selva Ozelli ·
11·30·23
Selve Ozelli interviews Shaq Koyok, Malaysian Contemporary Indigenous Artist and Activist for COP28 exploring the messages in his work advocating for Malaysia's Orang Asli People.
15 Brilliant Bioluminescent Beaches And Bays Worldwide
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BY Jennifer Okafor ·
11·17·23
A stroll along bioluminescent beaches sparks a sense of wonder. Illuminated by organisms that glow in the dark, these environments are found from the Maldives to Japan. Experiencing their ethereal light might seem surreal, but this guide will lead you to where you can witness this remarkable spectacle. Find your next magical night at one […]
11 Types Of Precipitation: From Rain To Virga
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BY Jennifer Okafor ·
11·15·23
Understanding various types of precipitation can help distinguish dangerous weather from an enjoyable phenomenon. This article explores these types, their formation, and some interesting meteorological facts. Discover how rain falls differently from sleet or how hailstones are formed differently from snow.
20 Hottest Places in the World         
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BY Jennifer Okafor ·
11·13·23
Are you curious about Earth's hottest places? Our list covers areas recording over 100 degrees Fahrenheit! Learn about Earth's scorching spots, from the infamous Death Valley to China's Flaming Mountain and Mexico's Cave of the Crystals. Understand these extreme environments and decide if you're brave enough for a day's visit. Climate change certainly is turning […]
13 Coldest Places In The World
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BY Jennifer Okafor ·
11·10·23
Brace yourself as we journey to the 13 coldest places in the world. From everyday settlements to remote expeditions, these locations redefine the meaning of 'cold.' With temperatures plunging as low as -98°F, they not only push human survival to its limits but also teach us the extremes of our planet. Read on to understand […]
Interview: Tony Zelle, General Counsel, Earth Law Center
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BY Selva Ozelli ·
11·06·23
Selva Ozelli interviews Tony Zelle of the Earth Law Center and explores their work promoting and implementing regenerative law for the planet.
Environmental Impact Of The Industrial Revolution 
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BY Jennifer Okafor ·
10·30·23
The Industrial Revolution, a turning point in human history, has left deep scars on our planet. This piece examines the ecological consequences of this era that linger today and offers insight into strategies for a sustainable future. Acknowledge the environmental impact of the Industrial Revolution, reflect, and then navigate towards solutions.
What Are The Effects Of Acid Rain On The Environment?
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BY Jennifer Okafor ·
10·28·23
Acid rain inflicts environmental damage: a concerning truth we cannot ignore. This article sheds light on the effects of acid rain on the environment and the tangible solutions we can collectively contribute to. Read on to learn more.
What Is Sustainable Forestry? History, Importance, And Practices
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BY Jennifer Okafor ·
10·25·23
Many ponder over what sustainable forestry is. It is a recent green approach that seeks to reconcile our timber requirements while preserving biodiversity and ecological balance. Read our article about sustainable forestry to examine its history, benefits, and practices.
Cleanest Water In The World: Locations Around the Globe
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BY Jennifer Okafor ·
10·08·23
It's essential to have access to clean water, not just for drinking but for daily activities such as cooking and agricultural purposes. In our in-depth guide, we take a closer look at the world's cleanest water sources, mentioning the qualities of clean water and the practices and regulations of ten countries leading the way in […]
Why Are There Pink Clouds In The Sky?
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BY Jennifer Okafor ·
10·05·23
This article provides a thorough insight into the conditions and science that give rise to pink clouds. Expanding your knowledge of cloud formation and meteorological phenomena, you'll understand and appreciate why we sometimes witness this color in our skies.
What Is A Dead Zone? An Examination Of Its Causes And Impact
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BY Jennifer Okafor ·
10·04·23
Dive into the unexplored world of oceanic dead zones. We'll decode the science behind their occurrence, their harmful impact on marine ecosystems, and how our oceans can recover from such damage. Click the link to check this essential read for every responsible global citizen.
What Is A Microburst? — Definition, Types, And More
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BY Jennifer Okafor ·
09·07·23
Get acquainted with the intriguing world of weather events, specifically microbursts. These brief, intensely powerful downbursts can wreak havoc in minutes. Learn about their cause, the various types, and how they compare to other winds. This reader-friendly guide provides insight to understand better these under-discussed yet significant elements of our atmospheric system.
How Much of the Ocean Has Been Explored? — History and More
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BY Jennifer Okafor ·
09·07·23
How much of the ocean have we explored? As vast as the ocean is, it turns out we've barely skimmed the surface. Explore the evolution of deep-sea exploration technology, notable milestones in oceanography, and the promising future of our journey beneath the waves. We’re far from having the complete picture, but each expedition brings us […]
Is Biocentrism Debunked? — Challenging A Perspective
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BY Jennifer Okafor ·
09·07·23
Journey with us as we explore a comprehensive critique of biocentrism, a concept that has stirred significant debate across various disciplines. From its historical premise to its current criticisms, get an engaging, in-depth view as the notion of 'biocentrism debunked' is unwrapped.
Interview - Healing Waters Art Show by Selva Ozelli
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BY Selva Ozelli ·
08·30·23
Selva Ozelli shares her latest work, "Healing Waters" an art show that focused on rehabilitating the treasured waters and sea of Chesapeake Bay for the Havre de Grace Maritime Museum and Environmental Center.
World Water Week: Protecting the Gift of Life
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BY Isabela Sedano ·
08·28·23
World Water Week is a crucial global event in the last week of August. It signifies an urgent call to discuss water-related challenges and actions. In this article, learn about ongoing efforts to address the issue and ways to secure a water-secure planet.
How Is Rain Formed? — Definition, Types, And More
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BY Jennifer Okafor ·
08·28·23
Discover how a raindrop is formed, from the intricate water cycle to the types of rainfall. Sprinkle some nature knowledge by answering the question — how is rain formed? Appreciate the creation and benefits of this common precipitation by reading our post.
Interview with Mene Liondos & Tunch Ozelli for Climate Week NYC
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BY Selva Ozelli ·
08·21·23
Selva Ozelli interviews Mene Liondos about his work exhibiting as part of Climate Week NYC exploring the link between cancer and pollution
Environmental Impact of Water Pollution
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BY Jennifer Okafor ·
07·11·23
Water is essential for life, but polluted water is slowly draining life from our planet. Water pollution can occur due to natural influences but human activities also contribute in no small measure. Here we explore the causes and impacts on the environment, economics and human health.
National Park and Recreation Month: How To Get Involved
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BY Mike Gomez ·
07·01·23
Facing various challenges, our parks need your support during National Park and Recreation Month. We play a vital role in safeguarding these life-sustaining ecosystems and supporting those managing these places. By visiting the nearest parks, volunteering, and donating, let's embrace the call to action.
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