Posts Tagged ‘ trees ’

Je-ju Island by Alberta

Oct 29th, 2013 | By
Je-ju Island by Alberta

I would like to introduce Je-ju Island, a new seven wonders of nature. Je-ju island is located southwest of the Korean peninsula. Below are some facts about Je-ju Island: The island is home to both polar and tropical animals. It is home to 77 types of mammal, 198 species of bird, 8 kinds each of
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Youth from Garissa County gets honored as Tree Ambassador

Oct 1st, 2013 | By
Youth from Garissa County gets honored as Tree Ambassador

Meet Abdikadir Aden, also known as Mr.Environment from Garissa. The 25 year old youth is a great inspiration, especially to youth in this country and
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Preserving the Majesty by Malcolm Barnard

Jun 30th, 2013 | By
Preserving the Majesty by Malcolm Barnard

  Mammoth trees so lush and green These woods are nothing but serene Underneath a cloudless, pearl blue sky Tree to tree, songbirds swoop and fly Swaying gently loom luscious plants Vibrant warblers calling unique chants Slithering snakes oscillate across the trail An electric blue lizard lazily flicks its tail Night falls as stars glisten
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Green On! by Hina Hazrat

Apr 30th, 2013 | By
Green On! by Hina Hazrat

We can not refute the significance of green plants on this planet. Without oxygen we cannot live for even a moment. Without oxygen, the animal world will die away. Plants make the oxygen and spread it in the air. While inhaling air we take the oxygen with it and live in life. Carbon dioxide makes
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Fast Fact; Fast Solution

Feb 5th, 2013 | By
Fast Fact; Fast Solution

“Each of us consumes an average of seven trees per year in paper, wood, and other products made from trees. Over a lifetime, this amounts to approximately 525 trees- sufficient to cover about 1 acre of land.” What YOU can do to stop this from happening: -Use social networking (email) instead of sending letters or
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Austin, Texas

Mar 2nd, 2011 | By
Austin, Texas

Austin, Texas has established itself as a sustainability leader. I was looking through a list of the most sustainable cities in the country and it was listed as #6 on one site. Apparently Austin has the citizens choose their electric¬†utility. This means that the people can elect their utility’s board. Austin has many innovative programs
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Sacred Groves

Jan 20th, 2011 | By
Sacred Groves

Hello, folks, and sorry for the lull in posts. I’m going to take off my biologist hat for a while, and put on my conservation hat for a while. I’ve told you a lot about my research on Pelargonium, but that’s actually only one of two theses I’m working on – the other is on
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