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Environment Archive

10 Ways You Can Help Wildlife

 Many wildlife areas are being destroyed, bringing many animal and plant species closer to extinction. The situation might seem discouraging, if we look at the ways how humans are harming wildlife. And, although, we might feel that we are a part of the problem, it doesn’t take much effort to be a part of the

The 5 Most Polluted Cities in the US

The wast areas of the United States of America hint at lovely wilderness, untouched by man’s hand. However, USA is a land of contrasts. Over hundreds of years mankind has left an impact on the nature. Some of it is great: nature reserves, programs for protecting endangered species and similar. Other impact is not so

The True Cost of Bottled Water

There were times when bottled water didn’t exist. People thought it would be foolish to pay for something that can be aquired almost for free from the tap. In 1976 a French company Perrier started to sell sparkling water in charming emerald green glass bottles. This was a decadent product back then, in the era

Who Said Money Can’t Grow on Trees? There is Gold in the Veins of Eucalyptus Leaves

Money can’t grow on trees or can it? A recent discovery in Clayton, Australia proves that it is possible to find gold in tree leaves. Gold discovery has significantly dropped over the last ten years, and it is more expensive to find new gold sites. This situation has raised concerns that there wouldn’t be enough

Unique Eco Artist Anna Garforth

The talented British artist Anna Garford creates original and eco-friendly works of art. Anna Garford loves both wilderness and urban areas, both of these passions allow her to create a unique mix of urban eco-art. Almost all of the young artist’s works give a strong message, making the viewers more aware of the environment around them

Hot Lips Plant – The Most Kissable Plant

This weird plant might look like the work of a photo editing software, but I can assure you those kissable lips are all natural. Found in the tropical rain forests of Central and South American countries like Colombia, Costa Rica, Panama and Ecuador, the Psychotria Elatra plant has apparently evolved into its current shape to attract pollinators