Category: Ecology

Water Wasted in Seattle

Water is a valuable resource that is fundamental to the life of any living being. However, water is taken for granted in many societies. Many…
 

2011 Tohoku Earthquake and Its Effects on the Environment, Economy, and Society

Earthquakes are among the worst natural disasters on the Earth since their effects are extremely dangerous. The 2011 Tohoku Earthquake drastically affected Japanese environment, economy,…
 

Why Sustainability is Important When it Comes To Food

Providing more sustainable food is an important aspect of producing better food in general. Most of the current foods found in the groceries are unsustainable,…
 

Peter Senge: Five Disciplines and Organizational Climate

Peter Senge, a management theorist and founder of the Society for Organizational Learning, defines a learning organization as an institution where people continually expand their…
 

Deforestation and its Implications

Introduction Deforestation refers to the destruction of forest cover and tree stands for the purposes that are not related to forest regeneration, for instance, building,…
 

Climate Change and Energy

Introduction Climate change may be explained as the change in the average weather conditions or change in distribution of weather periods for a long period…
 

Ozone and Greenhouse Effect

Introduction Rational use of natural resources and environmental protection are two very important and urgent problems in the world. Their solutions are inseparably connected with…
 

Why Recycling is Important for the Environment?

Introduction As far as the population in the world is growing, every person brings the significant quantity of waste to the planet throughout his/her lifespan….
 

The Problem of the Water in the World

Introduction The XXI century is characterized by the strong growth of the world population and the development of urbanization. Nowadays, there are megacities with the…
 

Global Warming’s Effect on Coral Reefs

How Global Warming Effects on Coral Reefs Coral reefs – are the unique biocenosis for their beauty and ecological feasibility. Coral reefs formed the basis…