Articles (Earth)

Sustainability Science: Towards A Sustainable World
(Education, Business, and Society)

The Earth is our home, and we need to act on reversing the damage we have done; it is no longer a problem to occur, it is right around the corner!


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?


Mars: The Red Shy Neighbor
(Astronomy and Space Sciences)

Being the closest planet to Earth, Mars has always been looked at as the big red apple in space exploration. 

Exploring the Bare Necessities
(Education, Business, and Society)

Bare necessities have become indispensable to the point of their being interwoven into the very fabric of our daily existence on Earth.


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.


An Overview of the Solar System
(Astronomy and Space Sciences)

The universe is a gigantic place and Earth only makes up a tiny part of it. Let us not go too far, we are only discussing the solar system.


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?


Wildfires
(Earth Sciences)

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


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.


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!


The Human Tendency for Cosmic Tragedy: NEOs
(Astronomy and Space Sciences)

Near-Earth Objects (NEOs) are comets and asteroids that have been nudged by the gravitational attraction of nearby planets into orbits that allow them to enter the Earth's neighborhood.


Underground Water Helium levels: Warning?!
(Earth Sciences)

 Studies had found that changes to the chemical makeup of groundwater might occur before earthquakes.

Climate Change: the Downfall of Mother Earth
(Earth Sciences)

For many reasons, global warming is not a subject that everyone agrees on. Nevertheless, is it a risk we can afford to take?


The Lunar Effect: Fact or Fiction?
(Health and Diseases)

Some legends say that the full Moon brings out the worst in people, causing them to act strangely, but does it have this power?


The Incredibles
(Microorganism, Animal and Plant Life)

Our ecosystems consist of armies of creatures; without their presence the whole ecosystem will collapse.


Big Data for Sustainable Development
(Computers and Information Technology)

A lot of Big Data is being collected around the world; targeting achieving sustainable development goals for a better world and human life.

Archeology from Space
(Earth Sciences)

Satellite Archaeology is a method for mapping and monitoring potential archaeological sites using high resolution satellites.


Tonga Volcano Records Highest Plume Ever
(Earth Sciences)

Hunga Tonga is one of a million submarine volcanoes that erupt violently once a millennium; do the emitted gases impact the Earth's climate?


Life Under Ice Does Not Take a Winter Break
(Earth Sciences)

It has always been understood that life under ice takes the winter season off, but studies have found that life under the ice is very much active.


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