Composting without a garden or outdoor area is possible with a Bokashi: the Japanese bucket uses fermentation to make fertile soil and fluid out of kitchen waste.
What if you could convert a wasteland in your area or the spare space in your backyard into a thriving mini-forest, and watch the saplings evolve into a lush green jungle in your own lifetime?
Carbon Capture and Storage could help keep up to 70 per cent of carbon from reaching the atmosphere. Here is how it could work.
Explaining complex issues is difficult. However, it gets even tougher when you have to explain them to children. Depending on their age and each kids own character you have to use different methods and words to bring the information across. Explaining climate change so that people can understand it is already difficult with adults. Telling children what is happening to our world isn’t any easier. However, here are some tips on how to get the information across smoothly.
This Eco-Spotlight series simplifies the jargon and issues around climate change and other environmental topics.
A simplified explanation of the Great Pacific Garbage Patch.