Environmental Conservation

10 bizarre ways to save the environment

Climate change and biodiversity loss are global challenges but they should not leave us feeling powerless. Here are 10 bizarre ways to help save the environment. Ready?

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management of grasslands

The most important aspect for the successful sustainable management of grasslands is the management of water resources...so that they can host grazing species.

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Interesting facts about the Great Artesian Basin

And the Great Artesian Basin became essentially an unknown sea under the desert Australian outback. Read more interesting facts about this amazing source of fresh water.

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Hawksbill turtle

Not only are they slender, graceful and beautiful, but the hawksbill turtle can actually glow! Here are some fun facts about the Hawksbill sea turtle...

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LEED Certification

The benefits of having the LEED certification range from health to finances, to attracting a wider more promising client base. The process is simpler than most and extremely accessible to all...

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important keystone food resources

Fig trees are considered a keystone food resource because they are key to supporting the ecosystem. Ironically, the most important function keystone food resources have...

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the best campaigns to save vanishing species

Let’s have a look at some of the best campaigns that organisations have put together to save vanishing species!

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how-to-green-your-workplace

Despite the current political climate, going green is arguably the new standard. Here are some of the common industries that can make these simple steps to go green.

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Biointensive Farming

Farming systems of the future have to effectively produce high amount of calories from small areas. Biointensive farming uses only a fraction of the resources...

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deep-water corals

Until the completion of recent research, we didn’t know much about how deep-water corals survive and why they glow. As it turns out, the two things are related.

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