If you one of the lucky ones who've never lived through a natural disaster, count your blessings! I've lived through two hurricanes (Ike and Rita) plus Tropical Storm Alyson on the Texas Gulf Coast. When I was a kid, we were unfortunate to have...
Muntjac deer are considered to be one of the most destructive invasive species in the UK. So what are muntjac deer, where did they come from and what problems are they causing for British native species and environment?
While arguments continue to rage about the why's, who's and how's of climate change and global warming, there is something far more sinister happening to our climate that has been stuck on the back burner for the most part : It's called the Tipping...
Doomsday could strike any day so it's extremely important to prepare for the disaster that awaits. Stockpiling canned food is essential for survival so make sure you are prepared for the worst.
We have manipulated two key watersheds, one tiny and one huge, to make them work better for humans. How have the Arroyo Seco (Los Angeles) and the Mississippi River (New Orleans) really benefitted?
Americans use over 80 billion Aluminum cans each year. What would happen if each person living in the USA reduced their consumption of aluminum cans by only 1 per week? This article analyses the possible results of such a question.
Why recycling is a useless placebo that does nothing to address the real problem: too many people.
Ten ways that you can reduce environmental pollution. By following the ideas here you will save money and help create a healthy natural environment.
What do we do about climate change? The answer is subject to intensely polarized debate. What information is trustworthy? Here's how we know that CO2 warms the climate.
Environmental abuse is inexcusable - it is the proverbial biting the hand that feeds us. Abuse occurs when the abuser violates the personal boundaries of their victims. The motivation for doing so is to gain control and power over the abused.