Is Donald Trump the Ultimate Threat to the Planet?

The scientific evidence behind climate change is too compelling to ignore. Average global temperature has increased, global sea level has risen as a result of the polar ice caps melting, extreme weather events worldwide have become more intensified and long-term, the amount of CO2 have increased and it all have come to threaten planet earth including its inhabitants. And now the 45th President of the United State, a country that plays a major role in the global fight against climate40

Infographic: 41 Insane Facts About Tesla Motors

While small-scale innovators and entrepreneurs continue to work towards the improvement of our everyday life and surroundings, often from a socially and environmentally aware perspective, few of the household name businesses of our era are associated with social benevolence – and those that claim to have great visions for the future of humankind tend to be viewed with suspicion. We are rightly vigilant when we sense our data and our relationships are being vacuumed up and reshaped by big companies40

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River Linking projects: Creating Erroneous Artificial River systems or creating opportunities for development?

Indian rivers are known for cultivating world’s most populated regimes. They have been revered as Goddess for their larger role in replenishing life within their streams and plethora of services in the form of ecosystems flows. However, following the quest for crosscut developments, the consideration to other services has been subjected to a skewed vision. Despite regular reporting by Nitin Sethi, a well-known reporter with the Business times and general concern by conservationist, the policy is hell bent to make40

The Earth

Earth is heating up: Anybody listening?

The trend of temperature rise has been a matter of great concern in the last few decades. Sooner or later, countries realised that it’s not a localised phenomenon and deserve global attention to find a cure. In the rat race of urbanisation, actions taken by the developed countries to become more powerful and underdeveloped countries to become developed has not only modified the ecosystem but is also posing a threat to the existence of Natural resources. With an increase in40

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Green Building Materials You Haven’t Thought Of

Environmentally conscious lifestyles have become increasingly popular over the past decade. Part of the spotlight on consumption reduction involves green building materials that not only reduce consumption but also save homeowners on energy costs. In fact, 62 percent of firms that build new single-family homes, and 54 percent of those building new multi-family homes are going green more than 15 percent of the time. By 2018, the numbers are expected to increase by more than 10 percent. Building green involves40

8 Reasons EVs are the Future of Transportation

There’s always something new to discuss when the topic of EVs arise. Today, you might read an article that talks about driverless insurance, and tomorrow you might watch a video that demos an EV concept car yet to hit production. The headlines never stop. After all, electric cars are having the automotive “it” factor, and they will revolutionize the way we commute. Auto Loan Solutions has designed an infographic that brings those revolutionary trends into focus. “8 Reasons EVs are40

Infographic: Everything You Need To Know About Ants!

As any homeowner will tell you, once pests arrive in your home, they can be a nightmare to remove. A recent study revealed that for homeowners, ant are the most bothersome pests to have in the home. There are an estimated 10,000,000,000,000,000 individual ants on the planet. So it is inevitable that you’ll come across them at some point. It’s important to know that ants are not just an eyesore, they can cause severe structural damage to your property and40

Beef

How Our Choice Of Beef Is Destroying The Amazon

Beef is one of the most popular food sources, enjoyed in many countries throughout the globe. Yet this desire for meat is having a large, negative impact in one specific area: the Amazon rainforest. In short, beef has to come from somewhere and a continued demand for beef has lead to deforestation in the Amazon jungle. Of course, the real answer is much more complicated and there are many factors that we need to consider, including our own demand and40