In the following infographic you can find easy to follow suggestions that could save the environment, also help save you some money. To make sure that our skies and seas aren’t permanently polluted we should now be taking action to cut our carbon and water footprints. Have a look at the infographic…
The next few nights celebrate the stars! The International Dark Sky Week (April 5-11, 2013) is a worldwide event against light pollution and going on now!
Mankind’s Responsibility on the Earth and its Health.
In just one hundred years, the human population has exploded from one to almost seven billion people. Some of the most important questions in our days: How will we be able to provide for a population that is living longer? What kind of laws or regulations will we need to create to ensure our survival as we rapidly deplete finite resources?
A very impressive video about our magical planet, made by David Bayliss, for the preservation and restoration of our planet. The first Earth Day in 1970 brought 20 million Americans to rallies across the country supporting the environment, during a time of rampant pollution. Earth Day went global in 1990.
Are you a fan of Citizen Science? Do you enjoy participating in projects that help researchers and possibly the environment? GLOBE at Night is one such program! By taking naked-eye observations of the night sky in your area, you can help a world-wide effort to track the effects of light pollution. via universetoday by Ray Sanders
A new poll indicates that two out of three Europeans see climate change as a more serious problem than the global economic crisis. Sixty-eight percent of those polled saw climate change as a very serious problem (up from 64 percent in 2009), while 80 percent saw it as either ‘very serious’ or ‘fairly serious’.