Articles (Wildlife)

The Return of the Woolly Mammoth
(Back to Nature)

Scientists claim that the dream of resurrecting extinct animals may very likely come true. Will the woolly mammoth walk the Earth again?


Illegal Wildlife Trade
(Back to Nature)

Mankind has always been fascinated with what is deemed exotic and rare. 


Pandas: A Black and White Issue
(Back to Nature)

China’s lovely giant pandas were listed as endangered species; however, in 2016, their status changed from “endangered” to “vulnerable”.


Protecting Our Seas
(Back to Nature)

Looking at marine ecosystems, we can see how human intervention has caused great distress; let us have a look at their problems.

The Crooked Forest
(Travel, Explore, and Venture)

A place named the Crooked Forest would sound as a perfect setting for a fairytale; however, it is in fact a non-fictional place in western Poland.


The Uncontacted
(Travel, Explore, and Venture)

Are there people who are still unaffected by the developments that have occurred over the past centuries? The answer is “yes”!


The Story behind Climate Change
(Versus the Change!)

Earth’s climate has never been of a fixed state; over millions of years, it has changed many times in response to a diversity of natural causes.



Global Warming… Danger at All Measures!
(Versus the Change!)

The impacts of a warming world are scary enough when considered one-by-one. Together, the view is simply shocking!


Meet the Artist
(Science and Art)

I like the artist’s style, he is very talented. Let’s take a photo with him.


Wild Artists
(Science and Art)

When I was surfing the internet, a clip popped up displaying a young female elephant painting a picture of an elephant running and holding a flower in its trunk.


How Sustainable Is The Fashion Industry?
(Environment and Us)

When we talk about protecting the environment and sustainability, for the most part we do not talk about the fashion industry. 


Working with Nature
(Environment and Us)

We all have different jobs that impact our societies differently, bur have you ever thought what it would be like if you have a job that mainly aims at protecting and conserving nature?


Breaking Down Plastics with Bacteria
(Brilliant Young Minds)

It is evident that plastics bring many societal benefits and offer future technological and medical advances. However, once plastic materials are created, they never go away! 


Wangari Maathai: The Green Belt Movement
(Women and Science)

Wangari Maathai, the Kenyan environmentalist and feminist, received the Nobel Peace Prize in 2004, making her the first African woman to receive the Prize for her actions to promote sustainable development, democracy, and peace. She was the first woman in East and Central Africa to earn a doctorate degree from the University of Nairobi, where she also taught veterinary anatomy. She became the Head of the Department of Veterinary Anatomy and an Associate Professor, becoming the first woman in the region to hold such positions.


Mini Biographies
(Women and Science)

Meet the inspirational polymath Mae Jemison (born 17 October 1956, Alabama, USA): doctor, chemical engineer, professional dancer, Peace Corps volunteer, teacher, and renowned NASA astronaut. She also happens to be the first African American woman to travel in space.


Ten Reasons to Go Organic
(Food and Agriculture)

In our hurried lives nowadays, we tend to overlook one vital aspect, which is nutrition; we forget that the key to our well-being is to eat good and healthy. Generally, we should choose our foods free of pesticides and toxic chemicals, which are the main reason of many serious health problems.

Light Pollution
(Light: Source and Future of Life)

For most of Earth’s history, our spectacular universe of stars and galaxies has been visible in the darkness of the night sky. However, the increasing number of people living on Earth, in addition to the corresponding increase in inappropriate and unshielded outdoor lighting has resulted in the light pollution we are experiencing today.

E-Waste
(Environment and Us)

Every year we buy a new updated electronic equipment and gadgets to support our needs and wishes. Nearly most of the discarded consumer electronics end up in landfills.


Mexico Losing Butterflies
(Environment and Us)

On 1 November, when Mexicans celebrate their holiday “the Day of the Dead”, some celebrate the millions of orange-and-black monarch flight to the mountainous fir forests of central Mexico.


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