Recycling

Recycling

Recycling is important because it saves energy, reduces raw material extraction and also restrains climate change. Studies reveal that recycling is the most appropriate option to deal with the environment rather than incinerating it. Recycling saves raw materials such as metals, oil, forests and removes the impact of contamination on the immediate environment. The demand for paper and cardboards is threating forests and woodlands in general. Therefore, there is a need to embrace recycling to the next level to combat…

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5 Excellent Substitutes for Plastics

5 Excellent Substitutes for Plastics

Since the plastics appeared in the society in 1950, they have expanded dramatically having multiple uses in various industries like clothing, medicine, transport, electronics, construction. There’s no doubt that plastics have brought many social and economic advantages. However, the pace of adoption hasn’t been weighted against the social and environmental damage. Fortunately, the population has started to become more aware of plastic’s negative impact on the environment. The plastic debris in the ocean has become a point of concern for…

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Ocean Acidification Activity

Ocean Acidification Activity

What is Ocean Acidification? Ocean Acidification is the reduction in the ocean pH over a long period caused by the uptake of carbon dioxide form the atmosphere. What could happen if pH lowers in the world’s oceans The food web is at risk as aquatic life is affected. Some fish experience reduced ability to detect predators which affects their population.   Cruise Plan and Map: Where is the Davis Strait? The Davis Strait links the Arctic Ocean and the North…

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