Plastic pollution is no breaking news. We may now be at a point of no return.
A new study sheds some light on the pollution hotspots across the globe to see how driving in these regions, and in-car pollution affects the people.
It was observed that urban green spaces in economically developed countries are directly related to the life satisfaction levels of its citizens.
The earth has a pattern, or what can be called a pulse. Research suggests that it is 27.5 million years per cycle!
About half of the snake and lizard population on the Guadeloupe archipelago went extinct after European colonisation started in 1492.
The third pole spans across nations. This not only puts a larger geopolitical area at risk, but also highlights the need for a concerted mitigation efforts to protect the region from this impact, as well as to fight climate change.
While climate change may have some positive impact on the coffee production in some areas of Colombia, it will be at the cost of a decrease in production in other regions.
The availability of a sustainable option for petrochemical plastic will allow the introduction of a biodegradable option across sectors, possibly even in routine consumer use. This should significantly reduce the environmental costs of plastic use.
Despite a sense of urgency and communication of the same, reforms, implementations of solutions, and support for urgent changes, is not at levels that would help the situation.
Results show the strong effects of key climate and human factors on regrowth, stressing the need to safeguard and expand secondary forest areas if they are to have any significant role in the fight against climate change.