UK’s Royal Society Explores Adventurous New Ways to Curb Global Warming

October 31, 2008 / No Comments

Global warming is one phenomenon that has pretty much grown into the biggest demon the planet is trying to get off of its back and not too surprisingly, we have not been all that successful till today. Despite growing concerns over how the greenhouse gases must be controlled and their volume curbed, it seems the progress is either too slow or ...

Drought Effects on the Environment and Some Solutions

October 14, 2008 / 6 Comments

When a region receives a constantly reduced - usually none - water supply be it from rain or other sort of technologies, it's been affected by drought. Usually lasting for years, severe droughts can cause real damage even if they last a couple of months. But the effects are way beyond the physical damage we see (like the reduced crop) and ...

Plastic Bags Decomposed in Just 3 Months

May 26, 2008 / 18 Comments

image by WYGD Daniel Burd is an 11th grader from Canada, that wants to turn his school science project into a dream come true. The guy is certain that if a plastic bag takes 1,000 years to decompose it's because of the microorganisms behind it, and Burd thinks he has a method that will cause them to decompose in just three ...