Who Originally Discovered Global Warming?

Share List The concept of global warming is not actually new. It has been around for centuries. Many people have traced original thoughts about this, going back to the ancient Greeks. They had originally wondered if cutting down trees would actually lead to more rainfall in the same general area. This thought process was perpetuated … [Read more…]

Why Cows Are Bad For The Environment

Share List According to a 400-page report by Food and Agricultural organization, cattle are bad for the environment. They add to the pollution of our air emitting more than 100 different types of gasses. This puts over 18 percent of the world’s pollution directly on the cattle for blame. Cattle emit methane which in turn … [Read more…]

Just How Do Major Cities Affect The Environment?

Share List The topic of climate change is one that is fiercely debated politically, but not scientifically. The world is changing, and it is getting warmer. Some deny the warming, and some are still unconvinced that climate change is the result of pollution. Nonetheless, humanity has a tremendous impact on the health of the world’s … [Read more…]

4 Popular Myths About Climate Change

Share List Talking regularly about climate change is such an important part of raising awareness about the subject.  Unfortunately, many climate change skeptics/detractors will use many outdated and misinformed arguments to make climate change look like it isn’t a serious threat.  Prepare to Teach Climate Change by identifying these four key arguments as myths. There … [Read more…]

How Does Climate Change Impact Water Cycles?

Share List Assuming you believe in the relatively recent phenomenon that is global warming, you are likely aware of natural events such as steadily rising global temperatures. You may also be aware of the melting of the polar ice caps as a direct result of this, which can dramatically increase the level of the oceans. … [Read more…]

What Is Silviculture?

Share List Woodlands account for many factors in everyday life that some of us unknowingly take for granted. Forests provide habitats for wildlife and various ecosystems, they are a source of timber as a natural resource for the construction of buildings and other advancements of society, and they are even known to provide recreation to … [Read more…]