ENVIRONMENTAL LAWS AND POLICIES via Aishwarya Sandeep

Environment is a comprehensive term. It includes a wide variety of phenomenon. Environment includes the external conditions, resources etc to facilitate the interaction of various organisms. Law is all pervasive. Environmental law is  a body of law which consists of statutes, common laws, conventions, regulations and policies which seeks to protect the natural environment. WeContinue reading “ENVIRONMENTAL LAWS AND POLICIES via Aishwarya Sandeep”

Picturesque Lake in the Coastal Mountains via John Carr Outdoors

Welcome to John Carr Outdoors!  Please visit the blog and follow. The follow button can be found at the bottom of the page.  If you are seeing this on Facebook, click the link to visit the blog to see all of the photos. Soapstone Lake With the weatherman’s promise of sunshine, I drove to the […]Continue reading “Picturesque Lake in the Coastal Mountains via John Carr Outdoors”

Regrow Veggies From Scraps | Tuesday Tip — Biofriendly Planet | For a Cooler Environment

With sometimes as little as a week and only a cup of water, you can start to regrow vegetable scraps to be used again. The kitchen is full of painless green solutions! Regrow Veggies From Scraps | Tuesday Tip — Biofriendly Planet | For a Cooler Environment

Some air quality visual graphics for you — Cee’s Photo Challenges

The threat of our house being burned has been reduced that is unless the wind shifts.  The promise of rain today now won’t happen until Thursday. Chris found some graphics on how bad the air is in my area. This first graphic shows how far spread the smoke is.   It goes out over the pacific […]Continue reading “Some air quality visual graphics for you — Cee’s Photo Challenges”

Weekend Coffee Share – Coffee In My Neck Of The Woods — Sagittarius Viking

How about having coffee in my favourite forest this week? This is a pine forest a few minutes from my house. If you take a closer look at the ground it gives a great promise of a delicious harvest of lingonberries and blueberries in a couple months. I love foraging in the forest. This is a […]Continue reading “Weekend Coffee Share – Coffee In My Neck Of The Woods — Sagittarius Viking”

Clearer water, cleaner air: the environmental effects of coronavirus (video) —

  From crystal clear waters in the canals of Venice to dramatic falls in pollution levels in major cities, the coronavirus pandemic has had a number of positive effects on the environment as millions across the world are placed under lockdown. Video: France 24 via Clearer water, cleaner air: the environmental effects of coronavirus (video) —

Lake Mendocino invasive mussel species inspections now seven days a week — The Ukiah Daily Journal

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers at Lake Mendocino announced it will now be conducting inspections seven days a week for invasive mussel species, with help from the Sonoma County Water Agency, an increase from the current weekend inspections. The inspections will start every day on Sunday, March 1, and the inspectors will be looking […]Continue reading “Lake Mendocino invasive mussel species inspections now seven days a week — The Ukiah Daily Journal”

Protecting the Environment and Preserving Trees by Scaling back on Liberal Arts University Programs

For the first time in 185 years, there will be no fall semester at Green Mountain College in western Vermont. The school fell victim to trends in higher education that could soon impact hundreds of other schools. One expert predicts that 25% of colleges will fail in the next 20 years. In an effort toContinue reading “Protecting the Environment and Preserving Trees by Scaling back on Liberal Arts University Programs”

15 Reasons to Study Environmental Science via Motivation, & the Environment

We live in an age that has a lot environmental challenges threatening the existence of living and non-living things. This Earth in which we breathe, eat and live, is not as healthy as it was in the distant past; so the major reason why you should study environmental science is because it will make you […]Continue reading “15 Reasons to Study Environmental Science via Motivation, & the Environment”

Applying Human-Centered Circular Principles to Tax shifts and currencies to better design our societies.

Building equitable circular societies: “The best way to design a circular world is to consider that waste should not have existed in the first place.” This article is published in The Beam #6 —  We have a dream: Our world appears more chaotic than ever, yet from chaos come the best innovations. Three such innovative concepts were bornContinue reading “Applying Human-Centered Circular Principles to Tax shifts and currencies to better design our societies.”

Volunteer with Sloths

Famous the world over for their sluggish nature and comical facial expressions, sloths are revered amongst animal enthusiasts. These slow moving creatures are coming under increasing pressure in their natural rainforest homes due to rapid deforestation, resulting in a loss of habitat and enhanced exposure to predators. Unless something changes soon, sloth numbers will continueContinue reading “Volunteer with Sloths”