Tag Archives: air pollution
Which Travel Mode Pollutes the Most?
If you’re someone who loves to travel and explore new destinations, but you’re also eco-conscious, you may have a hard time deciding the right paths to take. There’s something to be said for staying in the U.S. when you travel, for example. You’re reducing your carbon footprint, and you’re also having less of a potentially harmful […]Continue reading
What Does Air Pollution Season Mean With Climate Change?
With global warming on the rise, climate change is affecting our lives in ways that we might never have even imagined. We have heard about different seasons presenting different threats. The west coast experiences wildfires, whereas the east coast deals with hurricanes. Now, people are wondering whether there are any other dangers that they need to […]Continue reading
Improving Air Quality Can Make You More Productive
Poor air quality is linked to disease. Here are 10 effective ways to improve indoor air quality for healthier and more productive spaces There is a known fact that the quality of air inside our spaces can be 2 to 5 times worse than outdoors? On average, humans spend 90+% of their time inside. It is a […]Continue reading
8 Ways Coronavirus Is Changing the Environment
As more than 190 countries are on lockdown, the world has come to a halt. Trade has been disrupted worldwide, flights have been canceled, and offices and factories are now closed. The pandemic is causing a lot of loss and suffering to global health and economy, but interestingly, the pandemic has some positive impact on […]Continue reading
A Harvard study confirms the relationship between Smog and Covid
A study of Harvard University of Massachusetts demonstrates a strong correlation between smog and Covid-19 coronavirus mortality. The air of our cities has become cleaner and nature has returned to shine after the lockdown. But the relationship between covid-19 and pollution is not this. According to a recent study, in fact, smog, and in particular PM2.5 fine […]Continue reading
Greehouse gases: What are they? What can we do to reduce emissions?
Greenhouse gases are gases in the atmosphere that retain the heat emitted by the earth’s surface, atmosphere, and clouds. These gases can have a natural or anthropogenic origin and their properties cause a phenomenon known as the greenhouse effect. What is the greenhouse effect? The greenhouse effect is a normal and essential phenomenon for the […]Continue reading
5 Cities that will be unlivable because of Climate Change
In the following years, some cities will suffer serious consequences due to Climate Changes. Dubai, Beijing and Abu Dhabi are only some of the metropolis which is going to become unlivable for humans by 2050. Year by year Extreme Weather Events related to climate change are more intense and frequent. According to research carried out by […]Continue reading
Polluting Hamburgers: giving up beef can reduce carbon footprint more than cars
Cars, trucks, industries, home heating are the biggest causes of the air pollution. But there is also a less common one: the hamburger. Small but very dangerous for the environment. Yet, according to the scientists, if Americans gave up 1 of the 3 meat burgers, which on average consume a week, could eliminate the emissions corresponding […]Continue reading
Air Pollution: 10 rules to live better
9 out of 10 people in Europe are exposed to too high levels of air pollution according to the WHO. What to do? Here is the decalogue of the measures necessary to defeat air pollution. Let’s discover the Green Economy’s rules to fight and defeat air pollution. We have known for a while, now, that […]Continue reading
Melting Glaciers: causes and effects
Listening to the news talking about the melting glaciers, of the harsh causes and difficult consequences on the environment is nowadays become normal. A very important phenomenon to do not underestimate: it is damaging our generation It may cause ruin the life on the earth forever The melting of the glaciers is caused by the […]Continue reading