Environment

The number of companies shifting toward solar energy has increased significantly in recent years. With the coinciding rise of solar-powered generators across the globe, this transition has to do primarily with carbon footprint reduction.
Meanwhile, a couple of households have chosen to install solar panels on their abodes to save a lot on utility bills. This is a crucial reason why solar power has become an increasingly popular and practical renewable energy source.
Additionally, solar power yields many other benefits for the environment. Here are the top …

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The universe has bestowed planet earth with millions of plant species all over the entire planet. There are unique species native to each country in the world. The abundance of flora is enough to feed every single person on our planet. However, the opposite is happening.
The environment’s degradation because of human greed and carelessness has massively dwindled plant species and degraded soils. Let us do our small act of kindness to mother nature; let us start with the food we eat. This way, we can also share some of nature’s harvest with those who are hungry.
Here are some creative ways to eat sustainably:

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Talks about environmental concerns continue to echo in senate and congress hallways, but they are just mere spectacle. Environmental issues such as climate change, carbon emission, and the likes are louder now than before, but money still talks the loudest. While environmental activists are blowing the trumpets, capitalists are whispering in the dark, yet they are better heard.
Ordinary citizens and the less developed nations are the most vulnerable to the effects of environmental degradation. Scientists say that climate change is strengthening typhoons, hurricanes, and cyclones. The most destructive example of this is the typhoon…

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The global pressure to address climate issues had led the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) (1992) in drafting global policies on climate change. It aims to prevent dangerous interference with the climate system. The Kyoto Protocol (1995) creation legally binds developed member countries to abide by the emission reduction targets. During the Paris agreement (2015), the member countries reached a landmark agreement to accelerate and intensify the actions and investment needed for a sustainable low carbon future.
The most important point in this agreement is to keep the global temperature below 2 degrees …

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