Growing awareness and concern over the protection and care of the environment is now becoming more intense worldwide that ‘going natural, going green’ is deeply encouraged by environment advocates in the Philippines.
China’s Rare Earth Reserves Dwindling Due To Excessive Mining
Rare earth refers to a group of 17 elements that are used to make a range of hi-tech gadgets.
Ecosystem Collapse Could Happen This Century, Scientists Warned
The three tangibles seen that could cause collapse of the ecosystem as early as this century include climate change, population growth and environmental destruction, scientists warned in the journal Nature.
Vast Quantity Of Plastic Wastes In The Pacific Ocean Rises A Hundred Fold Over Forty Years
Vast amounts of plastic have been dumped into the ocean over the last few decades.
Population Explosion In The Developing World Must Be Addressed As Part Of Environmental Issues
Addressing the growing population and consumption must be part of protecting environment, according to Royal Society.
UK Faces Worst Drought & Severe Water Shortage Since 1976
More than half of Britain is now in drought, the Environment Agency has warned, as the UK faces its most severe water shortage since 1976.
Croatia’s Plan To Channel Stretch of Danube River Endanger Its Pristine Habitat
The plan to channel 53 kilometers (33 miles) stretch of the Danube near the Serbian border would destroy natural banks and turn the river into ‘a lifeless channel’ threatening fish and bird populations, according to World Wildlife Fund (WWF).
Freshwater Rivers & Lakes Contain More Fish Species Than Salty Oceans
Oceans cover seventy percent of Earth’s surface but marine environments contain only twenty percent of all its species.
Microscopic Plastic Debris Pollutes Marine Environment, Main Concern Entering Food Chain
Concentrations of microscopic plastic materials is polluting the marine environment and were greatest near coastal urban areas, the study has warned.
Death Rates Relative To Climate Change, Will Rise In Several European Countries
The European Respiratory Society’s Annual Congress in Amsterdam, forecasts that Belgium, France, Spain and Portugal will see the biggest climate induced increase in ozone related deaths over the next 60 years.