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  • Coal Plant in South India revolutionizes the disposal of CO2

    While the growth of industries ensures the economic success of a country, much harm can be brought about by the unplanned establishments. Thanks to such acts increase in pollution, harm to wildlife and human life and depletion in the ozone layer has been instrumental in causing Global warming. While most of the industries are focused […]

  • NASA’s Guide on Air-Filtering Houseplants for your Home

    One benefit (probably the biggest one for humans) of having plants in your home is their ability to replace toxins in the air with 100% pure indispensable oxygen. Cleaning products, new carpets, kitchen stove, candles etc are the common culprits of the household. Outdoor pollution is a bigger headache altogether. Houseplants are not something you […]

  • Portugal runs entirely on renewable energy for four straight days

    Portugal has hit a significant milestone in its bid to become entirely depended on renewable energy after running for four days without using any fossil fuels. Portugal relied heavily on coal and natural gas. Electricity consumption in Portugal was fully covered by solar, wind and hydropower from 6.45am on Saturday 7 May until 5.45pm on Wednesday 11 […]

  • Innovative Floating Forest to Be Installed in Rotterdam, Netherlands

    Mothership, an art collective composed of local dutch entrepreneurs and designers, has come up with the idea of creating a floating forest placed in the middle of the city. This spring, the Dobberend Bos aka Bobbing Forest will be constructed, out of 20 trees floating peacefully within the city’s harbour, Rijnhaven.  The innovative project aims to stimulate conversation on […]