Category: Resources

Turtles – Becoming Extinct Slowly

Turtles – Becoming Extinct Slowly

Turtles are mostly herbivorous aquatic animals. They help in naturally regulating aquatic ecosystems by feeding on various plants. Even though they were fairly common in India in the past, their numbers have declined a lot. Turtles are reptiles. They are locally known as ‘Kachhua’ in India. The aquatic species are known as Turtles while their terrestrial …

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THE CURIOUS CASE OF SINK HOLES

THE CURIOUS CASE OF SINK HOLES

There are certain things that we believe could happen only in stories and in our wildest imaginations.  And Science Fiction is one such genre that brings out the most unexpected and unimaginable workings in our environment into the light. From UFO’s to aliens and what not. But as time progressed we could also experience certain …

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How to Conserve Fossil Fuels!

How to Conserve Fossil Fuels!

Fossil fuels are the materials that are not – renewables such as gas, coal and oil.  It pollutes particulates and cause local air – pollution.  Also, the burning of the fossil fuels release carbon dioxide that is a greenhouse gas into the atmosphere, and this contributes to the climate change.  Moreover,  many of the fossil …

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Geothermal Energy: The new way to go?

Geothermal Energy: The new way to go?

It is often said and believed that the renewable and the non-conventional sources of energy are eco-friendly and certainly are “green” in nature. But when observed closely, all these energy resources, be it wind energy or solar energy, tidal energy or biomass energy; all these resources harm the nature in some form or the other, …

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10 Ways to Conserve Water in Your Home!

10 Ways to Conserve Water in Your Home!

Water covers seventy percent of the earth but you will be surprised that only three percent of water is clean and appropriate for humans. Water conservation is not only helpful in saving money on utility bill but it also helps in preventing water pollution in nearby river, lakes, and local watersheds. Conserving water will also help …

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The Revolution of Cities

The Revolution of Cities

For most of human history, the vast majority of people have lived in rural areas where they engaged in hunting and gathering, farming, fishing, or other natural-resource based occupations. Since the beginning of the Industrial Revolution about 300 years ago, however, cities have grown rapidly in both size and power. This gradual transition has revolutionized …

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Conserving Deforestation

Conserving Deforestation

All Human Beings are described by their lifestyles and the way they treat themselves. So it is very important for all of us to lead a healthy and a hygienic life, because our way of living can affect the environment that we are living in and the natural ecosystem on Earth. People through the ages …

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