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Sustainable development is a broad concept that refers to meeting the needs of people without hurting the environment. The concept covers meeting economic, environmental and social needs of everyone without hurting anyone or anything in the process.So, Are you part of the problem or part of the solution?
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Our environment is a fragile ecosystem. Everything around it affects everything else. Man, in all of his infinite wisdom has helped to develop the world into a wonderful place to live. And, yet, at the same time, has caused many problems and destroyed much of what was once considered perfect. Understanding the real problems with […]

For environmental purposes sustainable development with mining allows workers to excavate raw materials from the mines around the world in a responsible manner. In the past mining was more dangerous than it is today. It is still a dangerous profession, though much safer than before the days of sustainable development with mining practices. The process […]

Microbial ecology is an important study that looks at the relationship that the microorganisms living throughout Earth have with the environment around them as well as their relationship with each other. In this study, all three major domains of life are considered. This includes Bacteria, Archaea, and Eukaryota and also looks at viruses. You may […]

There are many different ways to fight climate change, from government programs, and industry incentives to citizen and community involvement. Governments can fight climate change by cutting down on greenhouse gas emissions, and providing incentives for major industries to look into other sources of energy other than through fossil fuels. More time and effort needs […]

Climate change facts about our world governments and their progress to decrease global warming by at least two degrees Celsius does not seem to be all that promising. There is no secret that many governments on this planet have pledged their commitment or at least willingness to cooperate in the fight against global warming. However […]

Have you made the green power switch? Since the early 1990s utility companies have been offering consumers a choice in the kind of energy to power their homes and businesses. At least 20 percent of the utility companies in the USA offer a program to allow consumers t make the green power switch, which amounts […]

Before the age of technical innovation sustainable development, the use of fossil fuels for many generations slowly over time caused havoc with the earth’s ecosystems. Now more than in times past we are having patterns of extreme weather changes. The earth is warming up; changes in the gulf stream causes winds to shift affecting the […]

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For hundreds of years, communities have used wind mill power to meet their energy needs. From the simple vertical axle windmills of ancient Persia to the modern electricity generators of contemporary communities, the use of wind mills is constantly evolving. Today, the term wind mill power is commonly used in reference to grinders and pumps, […]

The Green Power miter saws are some of the most versatile compound miter saws on the market. The saw has a 1800 watt double insulated motor that can turn the saw blade at 4500 RPMs. The double insulation of the motor prevents the user from getting an electrical shock. No do-it-yourselfer, or home builder should […]

The recent increase in gasoline and heating oil prices has led many to research alternative energy sources for oil. There is also a great concern over greenhouse gases emitted from using fossil fuels as well as increasing alarm over the dwindling supply of those fossil fuels as well as a strong desire not to be […]

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