Sustainable Farming Continued…

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by Elyas Harris     During a previous article on sustainable agriculture, the urban context was the primary focus. But having access to the tools and supplies needed to create a 99 percent self sufficient farm is expensive and time consuming. But farmers who are still using the traditional farming techniques can have a very simple and […]

Thermal Pollution in Water

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By Elyas Harris When people think of pollution and the thought that most often comes to mind is cars’ exhaust and industrial fumes that emit greenhouse gasses. But thermal pollution is not pollution in a direct chemical sense. Thermal pollution occurs when because water used to cool down factories or used in energy plants, gets […]

Chronicles of HOME by Elodie Maupay

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Planet Earth is the only planet in the solar system to have the perfect temperature for water to find a balance. It can thus stay stable, in the liquid state; but also to evaporate; and be naturally in the form of ice at the poles. The Earth is also the only planet on which living […]

Chronicles of HOME – by Marie Laurent

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Planet Earth has existed for 4.47 billion years. Since its creation she has been constantly evolving to find the perfect balance for each element to have its place and have a role to play. The motors of terrestrial life are water and air. These elements are the building blocks of life. As air condenses, it […]

Invasive Species

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By Elyas Harris, Biodiversity has been modeled and defined by different geographic and climatic circumstances. These circumstances have triggered special adaptations best described by the theory of evolution which in turn gave way to different ecosystems across the world. However, modern technology has made it possible for humans to reach every part of the world, […]