How Can These Culprits in Plastics Contribute to Weight Gain?
We were all taught how photosynthesis works in high school… or at least you should have been taught how it works.
Killer whales, or orcas, are one of the most widespread mammals on our planet, living in oceans from pole to pole. Part of the dolphin family, they are extremely social and smart creatures.
Back in early 2015, when it was discovered that cost cutting measures by the city of Flint, Michigan, had left residential drinking water contaminated with dangerous levels of lead there was a national outcry.
Around 300 billion pieces of plastic (or around 150 millions tons of waste) pollute the Arctic Ocean, concludes an international team of researchers after assessing the levels of plastic waste found east of Greenland and in the Barents Sea off Norway and Russia.
A huge rise in the number of people taking antidepressant drugs is potentially posing a threat to the environment, according to new research.
Global warming. Climate change. These terms are often used interchangeably. However, they have differing, distinct meanings. Global warming is the increase of mean temperatures on the Earth. Climate change affects ecosystems, habitats, and plant and animal life.
What if we told you that “global warming” and “climate change” not only aren’t real, but also that their biggest purported symptom, rising carbon dioxide (CO2) levels, is actually good for people and the planet, as opposed to harmful?
Unbeknownst to the vast majority of Americans, the federal government has quietly given the green light for companies to take treated sewage and spread it all over America’s food crops as “fertilizer.”
We tend to hear quite a bit about fish suffering from plastic contamination, with images of whales washing up on beaches with stomachs full of plastic bottles becoming an all-too-common sight these days.