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Climate Change

Long Battle for Clearer Skies in Beijing

In the capital of China, Beijing, millions of people work and live under a heavy pollution. There was a novel news attracted my attention several days ago. The topic of that article was China’s Vacuum-cleaner Artist Turning Beijing’s Smog into Bricks. Sounded very unbelievable Continue reading “Long Battle for Clearer Skies in Beijing”


Global Warming – The Plan.

For a short moment, pause, imagine the most fervent forest you can recall from memory. Envision the the air heavy with dew and alive with melody of birds and life pervading in the background. The grounds surrounding you blanketed in moss and leaves. Now take away the sound, take away all the shades of green hanging thick on every limb. Replace all of it with barren land scorched by hell fire. There are no birds to soothe the forest, nor any life for that matter. Slow decay of all things living is the only sure path we travel on with a heavy carbon footprint.
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Featured Content: Cassidy Vautier

This week’s featured content is headlined by Cassidy Vautier Continue reading “Featured Content: Cassidy Vautier”

Global Warming – Why Does It Matter?

For every reaction there is an equal and opposite reaction. How can one’s late night drive, or simply the breaths they breath affect the environment? There’s strong evidence supporting global warming, but it’s not as impalpable as scientists make it out to be. Global warming is not just imaginary ice caps melting on the poles of the earth.

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