Two New Movies: Don’t Breathe and Hands of Stone

Don't Breath is a movie starring Jane Levy, Dylan Minnette, Stephen Lang, and Daniel Zovatto. It's a horror movie directed by Fede Alvarez. The movie was also written by Alvarez with Rodo Sayagues. This film centers on three friends who break into a blind man's house where they become…

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Three Ways You Can Help Protect the Environment

Our planet is great to us. It feeds us, sustains us, and houses us. In return, we manage to bury tons and tons of trash into it, destroy its O-zone layer protection, and pollute its bodies of water. We aren’t the nicest party guests, as humans, but that doesn’t stop many from actively…

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Native Americans on the Isle de Jean Charles in race against time

For Tribal Chief Albert Naquin of the Biloxi-Chitimacha-Choctaw tribe, the slow sinking of the land - The Isle de Jean Charles - is only a small portion of his fears. With it sinks the culture and heritage of the once proud tribe. An island that once housed 300 people and over 8 generations of their…

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Climate change worsens allergies

Climate change is a fact, and so it is the fact that we have to do something to stop it. It can affect us in every aspect of our lives, and people who suffer from allergies feel the effects more than anyone else. If you have an allergy, you know how exhausted you feel in the spring, when everything…

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What are bio-energy crops?

Growing bio-energy crops are a new way of agriculture which sustains the environment by not only increasing biodiversity but also reducing the greenhouse gases that are found in the atmosphere due to chemical pesticides and herbicides. Biodiversity in the case of bio-energy crops takes into…

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Climate change has affected California forests

The climate has been really throwing everyone off their game in almost all of the states across the nation. The effects can be seen by the decline and disappearance of California forests. California has suffered years of summer heat waves that have been drying the forests much more than usual. In…

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What is biodiversity and is it important?

Biodiversity is essentially the number and variety of plants, animals and other organisms that exist on earth. The variety of all living things allows the survival of mankind by providing the resources for food, fuel, and shelter. There are approximately 70,000 species of plants, also known as…

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Three environmental issues facing our planet

Pollution: There is good reason to believe that pollution is one of the biggest environmental issues facing our planet currently. Human beings can survive without food or water for a few days. Humans and all other living things cannot survive without breathable air. When we breathe polluted air, it…

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The Other Side of Clean Energy

Even as the world is starting to put its weight behind clean sources of energy – primarily wind and solar – a curious, and frankly, disturbing aspect of the clean energy industry has been noticed in recent times. Wind and solar power plants are prodigious bird killers, it seems, and if…

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Which countries are the best in renewable energy development?

Renewable energy is more popular every day. Many countries spend a huge amount of money in order to speed up their renewable energy development. In the future, this will be the most important energy source. But, some people believe that it will be the only energy source. Luckily, we have a lot of…

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China Pledges To Cut Down On Its Emissions

Over the years, there have been numerous calls made by various environmental groups for developed to reduce the amount of emissions that they actually make. One of those that environmentalists have been paying a very close eye on is China. As a country, China is ranked among the countries that emit…

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Solar Energy and its Benefits for You

Whether you are anticipating lighting a specific zone in your neighborhood or wish to update your current sun powered lights, sun based lighting give a more financially savvy distinct option for the ordinary mains controlled ones. Here are a few ways sun based road lights can help you spare cash. 1.…

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Advantages of Solar Energy

Have you ever considered what amount of exertion and what number of materials are obliged to manufacture that couch or to guarantee that your plastic jug of milk contacts you in the best condition conceivable? Shopping with reasonable organizations guarantees that less assets are being utilized…

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Urban Landscape concept-WARP

WARP is a concept of green and clean spaces that are self-sustaining. The concrete will be coated with nutritional and recreational vegetation. It will also produce micro-climes. They will support green regions in private and public islands. This concept is very important and can change our fate.…

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How to teach your children about environment

It is vital for each one of us to assume a part in securing, safeguarding and showing the cutting edge how to regard the earth, our surroundings and all the components that make up our planet. A large portion of us are in somehow naturally cognizant. A considerable lot of us reuse, gather bottles as…

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Cancer and environment

Cancer is one of the most dangerous and deadliest illnesses in the world and no one knows the exact cause. Some scientists say that it is genetics, stress, lifestyle, pollution, chemicals, cigarettes and other factors, but still we are not 100 percent sure. What we do know is that some chemicals can…

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Know About The History of Solar Power Solutions

The use of the sun as an influence supply dates back to precedent days and has been utilized by cultures everywhere the globe ever since. The history of solar energy begins once the earliest use of solar energy was to heat dwellings by building them into the facet of hills wherever the sun may heat…

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Health Issues and a Clean Environment

The term clean up earth is rather unclear and can be interpreted in lots of ways. A thoroughly clean environment is not just required for visual pleasure, however is important in preserving human being health also. The nearly all popular health effects of the environment may be caused by elements…

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Creating the Right Environment For Improvement

Organizations are flawlessly made to obtain the outcomes they obtain. Whether or not good or bad, the outcomes those institutions provide is the consequence of the match between the things they are designed for providing and the things they should provide to gratify their clients or customers. As an…

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Role of Environment Consultants

Environmental services even include protecting land from different adverse effect of creatures, pesticides, human and climate intervention. The environmental consultants even offer solution for waste management, energy management, water management, land management and generating applications of the…

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Environment Consulting Firm

Environment consulting or compliance consulting covers diverse issues related to different aspects of environment, climate change, sustainability, energy, waste minimization, corporate responsibility, assessing the potential environment risks etc. As a matter of fact, any sort of disturbance or…

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Columbia glacier melting accelerates in the Alaska

The Alaska has largest deposits of ice just next to Himalayas or Alps in the Europe. These giant glaciers also contribute massive amount of water to the ocean. But when you know that these glaciers are contributing more than usual, there is a problem. The new research on the glacier melting in the…

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States with high environmental activities have lower emissions: studies say

The environmentalists are having hard time in convincing the world about the importance of emission reduction. The Michigan State University researchers conducted systematic studies about the effects of green movement. It is showing some positive outcome. National Academy of Sciences published the…

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IEA report shows mixed results of climate change battle

The global economy is heading on a greener path. Though there are many controversial studies showing contradictory finding, this one study with positive outcome can be a ray of hope. For the first time in last four decade, the carbon emissions are not increasing due to global economic growth. Thanks…

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New Forest Protection Deal By UN Will Protect Ecosystems

The forest protection scheme supported by the United Nations will be on fast track soon. The global climate deal’s important component will have clear path soon after a meeting of governments in Bonn soon. The nations will sign many deals related to it soon. Whole world is expecting positive…

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France watchmen "flawed" fossil fuel

Fossil fuel firms and colossal carbon emitters supporting the Paris environment summit in December are "a bit of the issue" that delegates will address, however their backing was unavoidable for cash related reasons, senior French air powers say. Around 20% of the €170m cost of the…

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Exposing 5 Myths Against Antarctica Ice Growth

Taking the man-made global warming argument seriously puts humanity in peril. Instead of embracing these new facts, the global warming debaters attempt to pull straws to argue against growing evidence that the planet is getting cooler. Myth 1. Antarctic Sea ice means nothing on the account that the…

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Are We Really Destroying the Environment?

We live in a period where there is extreme center and even a fixation concerning our environment. From numerous points of view, I accept that this is something worth being thankful for. The inquiries that emerge for me are; what makes us act in ways that are so damaging to the earth? What's…

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Eco Charge

There are many, new, types of chargers. Some of them use solar energy, some heat, but all of them are useful. One of the concepts is Eco Charge. This is a portable charger that will turn thermal energy into electricity. The thermal energy can be generated from heaters or some other source. This is a…

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Geo tourism

It is characterized as a tourism that upgrades and manages the topographical character of a place, its culture, environment, style, legacy, and prosperity of its occupants. This idea was initially presented in 2002 by the Travel Industry Association of America and the magazine of National Geographic…

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Impacts of hot weather

On account of the expanding worries about environmental change and destructive heat waves previously, the wellbeing impacts of hot climate are quickly turning into a worldwide general wellbeing test for the 21st century. A few urban areas over the world have presented general wellbeing insurance…

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‘’ Dry’’ washing machine

There are many new green solutions and appliances. Although, many of them are still in development, soon we will have an opportunity to buy them. Some of them are designed to save electricity, some water and some all of these. The new, and one of the most interesting, green, solution is a washing…

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Mosquitoes- biggest threat to UKs health

During the colonial period, the British invaded lands around the tropics as their colonies. But it was not easy for Britishers to settle in those hot tropical atmospheres as they were used to of colder climate in the temperate regions. Along with that British also suffered from a number of…

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Haitian Marine Biologist Wins Environmental Activism Prize

Jean Wiener, a Haitian marine biologist has just won a very prominent environmental activism prize in the U.S. Wiener, who has in the past fought to create a national park so as to protect a large area of Haiti’s north coast, was given a Goldman Environmental Foundation prize for his efforts…

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U.S. Earthquakes Pose Risk To Record 140 Million Americans: Research

On Wednesday, experts stated that more that 143 million people who are living in America in 48 neighboring states are at a high risk from earthquakes. According to a joint report that was issued out by the California Geological Survey, the U.S. Geological Service (USGS) and the U.S. Federal…

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The formation of monsoon winds

Monsoon winds are territorial wind designs that insert bearing occasionally because of the Coriolis impact delivered by the turn of the earth. The Coriolis impact causes the wind to be redirected. In the northern side of the equator, the wind is diverted to one side and to one side in the southern…

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Ivory Smuggling Destination Thailand Makes “Biggest Seizure” of Tusks

On Monday authorities in Thailand revealed that they have seized4 tonnes of ivory estimated to be worth $6 million. According to the department, this was the largest burst that they have ever made in Thailand’s history. The elephant tusks were hidden in bags containing beans and it had…

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Honduras Most Dangerous Country For Environmental Activists

On Monday, a campaign group said that Honduras is the deadliest place to live for environmental activists. According to the group, there has numerous activist in Honduras who have been killed for defending the environment from mining, logging, as well as dam projects and land rights. Between 2010…

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Obama Carbon Rules To Cut Coal-Related Jobs, Conservation Groups

A report by a conservative group in the U.S., American Action Forum Research Group, which was released on Thursday, stated that the planned carbon emission cut by the Obama-led administration could result into more than 90 coal plants closing down. In addition to that the conservation groups have…

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NORTHERN ILLINOIS RESIDENTS REBUILDING AFTER THE TORNADO

Northern Illinois residents whose homes were destroyed by the tornado are planning on returning home. The tornado, which struck Northern Illinois a few days ago, left two people dead forcing hundreds more out of their homes. The tornado bore down on their neighborhood in Fairdale a community of…

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UNDERSTANDING OUR ENVIRONMENT

There has been an increase in the number of scientists who have come up with ways of understanding our environment and as a result they have ended up helping us greatly. Our environment can easily be affected by the things we do on a day to day basis such as polluting the environment through…

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The Coca-Cola Foundation Has Pledged An Additional $35 Million For Its Water Initiative

The coca cola company, one of the biggest companies is making Africa a better place especially for people who lack the access of clean water. Water is life and we all need it to survive, dirty water brings dangerous water-borne diseases which normally end the life of a human being if not treated.…

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FIRST BATTERY POWERED ROCKET ENGINE

Auckland space technology company rocket lab has unveiled the world’s first battery powered rocket engine at the space symposium in the United States. The electron is an 18 meter long rocket designed to reduce the total time it take to launch a satellite into orbit from years to weeks. This is…

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Mediterranean Sea problem with plastic debris

A recent study found that large quantities of plastic debris are floating on the surface of the Mediterranean Sea. Those quantities are huge, thousand tones! That debris are parts of boats, bags, bottles and wrappings. According to Spanish researches, this pollution is hazardous! It is even worse if…

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Japan’s CO2 Emissions Hit Second Highest On Record

Revised government figures which were released on Tuesday showed that greenhouse gas emission in Japan rose to its second highest on record this year. This new figures went on to point out the fact that there is a rise in coal-fired power after nuclear power plants in Japan were indefinitely closed…

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At Least 70% Chance Of El Nino In June

On Tuesday the Australian Bureau of Methodology (BOM) said that the country should brace itself for an El Nino this year. According to BOM there is at least a 70% chance that El Nino weather patterns will be witnessed as early as June. The warming of sea-surface temperatures in the Pacific as well…

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Hundreds Protest Against Pollution from South China Coal Plant

On Sunday hundreds of residents from Guangdong, a province in Southern China, protested against the expansion of a power plant in the area which is powered coal, state media reported. The latest demonstration goes on to show that there is in an increase in discontent with regards to the expansion…

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Light Pollution Seriously Harms Insects and Plants

According to a new study, light emitted from streetlamps seriously harms vegetation and reproduction of insects. Light pollution in general has been an issue around the world for years, and authorities have been called to address the problem. The problem with streetlights is that they slow down…

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Estimated 1 Million Tons of Debris Afloat in the Pacific Ocean

Even though four years have already passed from the infamous earthquake and the subsequent tsunami that struck Japan, tons of debris continue to arrive on the shores of Oregon and Washington, and the trend will not stop soon. It is estimated that the debris will continue to come for the next three…

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Los Angeles Suffocating in Trash, Urgent Action Needed

A big reform should be implemented in the Los Angeles City agencies to fight illegal trash dumping. It was advised that it would be a good idea to send out cleanup groups to various communities, but also to install countless additional trash cans and perform a research aiming at pinpointing hard-hit…

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Texas New Innovative Water Measures

Texas is among the drought stricken areas in the United States and they are preparing themselves for the future thanks to an impressive technology that they believe will help them come up with clean water which is actually safe for consumption. Plans are underway in Texas so as to ensure that people…

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How global warming affects us.

Global warming is a worldwide phenomena and it affects us all in different ways. It is caused due to the greenhouse effect which has been building over decades and centuries from greenhouse gases which originate from our factories and our everyday lives. It causes a range of different problems for…

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World Coral Reefs are About to Get Wiped Off

US government scientists have warned that large-scale coral destruction world over could permanently destroy the unique ecosystems. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration is US government body which monitors various dimensions of oceans. The scientist gave latest figures to the press. The…

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A Python Dies After Eating Enormous Porcupine

Now this is something that you don’t get to see on a day to basis. A huge python died after it had eaten a whole porcupine. The python was found by biker who riding his bike on the mountains and you can only imagine his shock when he saw that big python dead with a big belly. In case you are…

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Elusive plants with untold medicinal properties

Just like giant pandas, Tigers and elephants, animals that are increasingly under pressure of being extinct, there is a plant that is also facing the possibility of being extinct. According to reports, a plant that is well-known for its medicinal advantages is actually in the brink of being extinct.…

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LEAF Self-Generating Water Resource

Wouldn’t be great if we could collect more water? With this concept we can. LEAF is inspired by nature. It will form drops of water on itself. A dew is artificially induced by the condensation point. This device also has a solar panel. It is located on the top of it, and it is used in cooling…

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Nuclear Monitoring Agency Reaches Out To Scientists

Back in 1990, a Nuclear Test Ban Treaty, commonly known as CTBT, was designed comprehensively to make sure that all nuclear device testing are put to a stop. Despite all their efforts and the fact that the treaty has been signed by over 183 countries, not much progress has been made when it comes to…

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Where Can People Find The Best Nature Books?

Teachers, parents, and guardians all need nature books at one time or another. The problem is finding these books. People may have nature books in their closet or in their basement, but these books are most likely out dated and do not produce modern information. There are some key places, however,…

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