Articles (Environment)

Intensive Farming
(Microorganism, Animal and Plant Life)

Intensive farming is an agricultural intensification and mechanization system that aims to maximize yields from available land.


My Children are Leaving (Short Story)
(Science Fun Time: Stories and Activities)

Environment said, "My children intend to leave." Climate, Air, Soil and Water exclaimed, "Who is leaving?", while Creatures remained silent.


A Childhood Dream: Can We Talk to Animals Like Dr. Dolittle?
(Microorganism, Animal and Plant Life)

Scientists have always sought to decode animal languages; thanks to technological advancements and AI, this dream may become a reality.

Art and Coexistence with Nature
(Earth Sciences)

With the emergence of huge pollution issues, artists attempted to find solutions to preserve the environment; as such, new types of art have emerged.


Environment and Climate are Life
(Science Fun Time: Stories and Activities)

As Environment woke up early in the morning, as usual, she heard a voice addressing her: Has your joy made you forget your brother Climate?


The World Moves to End Plastic Pollution
(Earth Sciences)

Have you ever thought about how long your discarded plastics will live in the landfill? Probably longer than your own lifespan and then some.


Go Green (2): Your Guide to Sustainable Lifestyle at Work
(Education, Business, and Society)

Never miss a chance to live a little greener. You can practice simple good green habits and lead a sustainable lifestyle at your workplace.


Go Green (1): Your Guide to a Sustainable Lifestyle at Home
(Education, Business, and Society)

Never miss a chance to live a little greener. You can practice simple good green habits and lead a sustainable lifestyle at your home.


Capturing Wildlife: Adventure Techniques
(Science in Arts and Culture)

Wildlife is teeming with beauty, originality, and splendor; many photographers from all over the world try to convey this fabulous life by capturing special images of the animals in the forests. Although it is not that easy to take these shots, it is never impossible; wildlife photography is very similar to sports photography and trying to capture athletes in motion.


Go Green 101
(Education, Business, and Society)

No matter what your beliefs are, you need to know that going green is needed today more than ever. What does this mean? Why is it essential?


Keystone Species and Their Role in Ecosystems
(Microorganism, Animal and Plant Life)

Keystone species are those that help maintain the balance and survival of an ecosystem; without them, the ecosystem would drastically change, or it would completely disappear. As the name implies, these species are the keystone the ecosystem is based on; they are particularly important because, if they disappear, no other species can replace them. Keystone species are usually predators, but they might also include fungi and plants.


Wildfires
(Earth Sciences)

Wildfires are enormous fires that occur in forests and areas with plant cover, and are very difficult to control.


Galapagos Islands: Threats and Conservation Efforts (3)
(Microorganism, Animal and Plant Life)

Over thousands of years, wildlife—plants and animals—formed their own unique ecosystems without any influence of outside forces until the Galapagos Islands underwent many changes, especially since the arrival of humans to the Islands. With the increase of the population, the demand for food also increased, causing an increase in fishing, poaching, hunting, in addition to an increase in the use of wood. 


Climate Migration: A Life-Threatening Danger
(Earth Sciences)

Now, an additional reason for migration has emerged: climate change. The problem is that the nature of this disaster has not yet been identified, whether it is a natural phenomenon or a human-made one.


Galapagos Islands: The Laboratory of Evolution (2)
(Microorganism, Animal and Plant Life)

For more than 180 years, scientists have studied this rich ecosystem and its species. Among all the scientists, the Galapagos Islands were of great importance to Charles Darwin; it was the place that gave him the main idea of evolution by natural selection.


If It Had Not Been for Our Climate…
(Earth Sciences)

Many people complain frequently, and I may understand this if it is of the challenges in life; yet, I am surprised by those who complain about our climate and surrounding nature. I always hear: "What a climate! Why does it not rain as it does in other countries? We do not have a lovely ambiance or spectacular scenes!" As if we have the choice to be in this nature or that!


Galapagos Islands: Endemic Species of the Galapagos (1)
(Microorganism, Animal and Plant Life)

If you are an adventurer and a nature lover, you have to add the Galapagos Islands to your bucket list. In addition to the lack of natural predators and friendly wildlife, these Islands are teeming with a diverse array of endemic plants and animals. This means that they are not found elsewhere in the world, thanks to the geographical isolation of the Islands from other places.


Could Coral Reefs Adapt to Climate Change?
(Microorganism, Animal and Plant Life)

The Red Sea in eastern Egypt is full of coral reefs that people from all over the world come just to take pictures next to them and enjoy watching them while diving. However, changes to Earth's climate in recent years have made coral reefs more vulnerable than before. Will they someday lose and be deprived of their habitats? This is what we explore in this article.


Heroes of the Environment
(Earth Sciences)

Heroes of the Environment is a list published in the Time magazine. It contains 43 entries, individuals or groups who have contributed substantially to the preservation of the environment, and is divided into four categories: Leaders & Visionaries, Activists, Scientists & Innovators, and Moguls & Entrepreneurs.

When in Doubt, Pedal it Out
(Food, Mood, and Behavior)

Acknowledging the uniqueness, longevity, and versatility of the bicycle, the United Nations General Assembly has declared 3 June World Bicycle Day.


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