Category: Going Green

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Green Life: Living one with nature

Going green and living the “green” and environmentally sustainable lifestyle need not always be boring and a burden. A green lifestyle can...
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GOING GREEN TRIMS YOUR WASTE

When most people think green, their thoughts naturally turn to things like increasing energy efficiency and using alternative sources of energy. But t...
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Soil Pollution – Another Raising Concern

The term pollution is defined as the emission of unwanted materials into the atmosphere, which can cause or affect the well being of the eco-system. P...
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Save Sunderbans

UNESCO World Heritage Site the Sunderbans is the largest single block of tidal halophytic mangrove forest in the world. The sunderbans is approximatel...
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Nectar of LIFE- WATER!

Imagine you wake up in morning and you move towards your kitchen to have a glass of water and to open the tap of filter there’s no water! You go tur...
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The Phenomenon of Clear Cutting and what are its Negative Impacts ?

Clearcutting, or clearfelling, is a ranger service/logging practice in which most or all trees in a zone are consistently chopped down. Clearcutting, ...
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Water Scarcity and its Causes

About the issue Water scarcity/crisis is the absence of sufficient accessible water assets to meet the requests of water utilization inside an area. ...
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Groundwater Pollution and its Possible Treatments

Groundwater Pollution Connections in the middle of groundwater and surface water are mind boggling. Hence, groundwater contamination, sometimes also...
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Alkaline Soil- The Degraded Soil and Ways to Get Rid of It

What is soil alkalinity ? Salt, or basic, alkaline soils are a specific type of soil with high ph (> 8.5), a poor soil structure and a low penetrat...
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Adverse Effects of Acid Rain on Nature

The phenomenon in brief Corrosive downpour is a type of precipitation that is abnormally acidic, implying that it has raised levels of hydrogen parti...