Endangered species have better chances of survival with the help of every single one of us. Here are some tips of what you can do to save endangered wildlife...

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A forest without trees

A Forest Without Trees

How would a forest without trees look like? It is time to acknowledge that we are responsible for continued destruction of forests more than any other species on the planet...

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Natural and Effective Building Materials

Let’s have a look at 5 natural and yet effective building materials currently available.

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stolen sand

Natural sandy beaches will soon become a thing of the past. Sand is so scarce lately that a black market has been created for it and...

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Bees Cannot Do It Alone

Bees Cannot Do It Alone

Even though honeybees generally get the most credit for distributing pollen of many plant species, a variety of other pollinators do the same job as well.

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How Organic Agriculture Increases Biodiversity

Organic farms have a higher diversity of plants, insects and animals. The main reason behind it is that organic agriculture does not use...

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Climate Driven Relocation of Endangered Species

Climate driven relocation of endangered species entails risks, but on the basis of the data we have today, it can be successful for some of them...

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Why does biodiversity decline in urban area

The expansion of urbanization has led to major declines in the populations of many unique species and the successive introduction of nonnative species. Why? Keep reading...

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Lawn, a green killer of biodiversity

Monoculture lawns are easily comparable to wastelands when it comes to biodiversity richness. It is the most life deprived part of a garden.

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How species adapt to urban challenges

With growing numbers of wildlife in urban areas, it is crucial to start learning about their behavior in such a different environment. How do species adapt to city life?

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