The true scale of deforestation today

The most pertinent issue in the modern world is the state in which we are leaving the planet we live on and the damage we’re doing to it. Since the Industrial Revolution, the vast need to grow, to harvest, to exploit, for economic and social gain has resulted in the world being left in a […]

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Top three conservation projects for endangered animals

To combat the destructive force that mankind has brought to the planet, various samaritans have sought to conserve, regenerate and protect the endangered species of the planet. There are a number of threats human life poses to the animal world. These include: polluting the natural environment of animals and often their food supply, destroying areas […]

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Conserving the Great Barrier Reef

One of the seven wonders of the world, the great barrier reef has been one of Australia’s defining features for decades. The great barrier reef is the largest living structure in the world and is even visible from space. However, in spite of its sheer volume of life, the reef is currently experiencing a difficult […]

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Five Ways Farmers Can Protect Their Crops

As farming season comes to an end it may be time to start thinking about upgrading your facilities. The planning for future problems such as crop disease and pest control are crucial to the success of next season’s productivity. Farmers face a lot of potential problems through the season and much attention needs to be […]

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7 Reasons Why Wind Power Is The Future

2016 saw for the first time wind power create more electricity than coal. The Uk is currently the best place in europe to house wind farms. As the success of wind turbines grows so does their production, size and location. But why are wind turbines so good? Here’s 6 reasons why wind power is the […]

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Extinction: Top Three Countries

  Going back thousands of years, humans seem to have always carried an innate belief that their lives are more important than animals. Given that an animal cannot articulate and communicate its thoughts (though there are humans that struggle with this also), it has always been very easy to capture, kill, eat or display our […]

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Could Switching To Green Energy Protect Wildlife?

Burning fossil fuels releases harmful pollution into the air which, over time, cause devastating effects on the environment. The threat air pollution causes to wildlife is very real and very harmful. Action is needed now. We are lucky as we already know ways of producing energy without burning disgusting fossil fuels. If we want to […]

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The three most intelligent animals

  Looking at some of the animals inhabiting the earth, you would have to concede that humans, by contrast, are not as physically durable to the elements or confrontation. Yet, for all our vulnerability, over the last few centuries humans have emerged as the dominant species on the planet. So, why is this? The most […]

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