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How long does your garbage take to decompose or break down?

How long does your garbage take to decompose or break down?

Today we live in what many are referring to as a ‘disposable society’. A world in which we buy things almost every day with the intention of using them once and throwing them away. In America alone, the average citizen produces 4.4 pounds of waste, in various forms,...

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How does pollution affect biodiversity?

How does pollution affect biodiversity?

Pollution is a word that gets used a lot in relation to environmental impacts. Most frequently people are referring to pollution of the air or water but the word actually covers any form of contaminant that enters the natural environment and causes unwanted effects....

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Environmental Impacts of Aquaculture

Environmental Impacts of Aquaculture

    What is aquaculture?   Aquaculture, sometimes referred to as fish farming or seafood farming is the creation of various systems by humans to produce seafood for consumption, usually at a large scale. These systems allow conditions to be controlled...

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10 Environmental Impacts of Tourism

10 Environmental Impacts of Tourism

According to the United Nations World Tourism Organisation international tourist arrivals have risen from 25 million a year in 1950 to 1.4 billion a year now. An increase of over 50 times in under 70 years. This is just international arrivals too and does not take...

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Are GMOs good or bad for the environment?

Are GMOs good or bad for the environment?

The subject of Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs) has become so controversial that it sometimes seems like we are beyond the point of rational conversation. The opposition to this way of producing crops for food has become so ingrained in the philosophy of many...

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8 Negative Ways Factory Farming Affects the Environment

8 Negative Ways Factory Farming Affects the Environment

As we progressed as a species we moved from hunting wild animals to keep ‘livestock’; animals raised in controlled conditions for the sole purpose of consumption. This has lead to 2 billion people now eating a primarily meat-based diet. This figure is rising year on...

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