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Four Common Critters with Bad PR

Four Common Critters with Bad PR

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Many of us have encountered creatures with notoriously bad reputations; they are often referred to as vermin or pests. In reality, these “pests” regularly feast on true pests, some of which even threaten human health. Here are four commonly misrepresented critters readily found in many parts of North America and why their associated unflattering images are undeserved! 
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Hurricanes, Good for Mangrove Forests...In Moderation

Hurricanes, Good for Mangrove Forests...In Moderation

Along with coral reefs, fringing mangrove forests dramatically reduce wave energy, flooding, and strong winds associated with hurricanes. These storms can strip canopies, snap and uproot trees, and submerge smaller ones via high storm surge. While these initial impacts are clearly destructive, there is evidence that hurricanes also provide benefits to mangroves forests.

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7 Ways To Live a More Eco-Friendly Lifestyle

7 Ways To Live a More Eco-Friendly Lifestyle

Consume Less Meat In Your Diet

A plant-based diet is a great way to live a more environmentally friendly lifestyle.  This type of diet emphasizes fruits, vegetables, grains, beans, legumes, and nuts.  Typically, these diets will contain fewer calories and fats, which puts you at a lower risk for heart disease.

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Europa by Elena Mozhvilo

How Environmental Restoration Succeeds

Environment restoration is a popular and successful method of combating climate change and healing our planet. This article delves into the details of the processes and how they help our Earth.
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How To Measure Your Own Carbon Footprint

How To Measure Your Own Carbon Footprint

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The term “carbon footprint” is used to explain how human beings release greenhouse gas emissions into the atmosphere. We tend to overlook how much harm we cause to our environment due to the fact that not everyone is aware of the negative effects that their daily habits cause. These daily habits can include transportation, the food that we consume and energy usage in the house. 
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Reforestation: How does it work?

Reforestation: How does it work?

Reforestation is the planting of trees in a designated area in an effort to substitute carbon dioxide for oxygen in our atmosphere. Reforestation was created in an effort to combat wildlife and natural disasters, but today is mainly used to fight climate change and deforestation. Sites where forests have been lost or destroyed are where most reforestation projects are located. The overall objective of the project can vary from economic interests, ecosystem services or to promote biodiversity.
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