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Urban heat islands – what are they and who is affected?
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Depending on the source, it is estimated that 55-85% of all people on Earth live in urban areas . Both the population and migration to cities are growing ...

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Bushfires in Australia – facts elaboration
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For several months, Australian forests have been constantly consumed by fires. It would seem that this is nothing new - fires on this continent occur ...

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Light pollution decimates inscet populations
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Light pollution, alongside the development of human habitats, is becoming an increasingly serious ecological threat. Such a huge amount of artificial light ...

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Saving water at home is easy and necessary
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We have a growing problem with access to fresh water. We use billions of liters for both industrial and private purposes. Unsustainable management of this ...

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Seawater desalination – opportunities and threats
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Nearly ¾ of the Earth's surface is water. Still, over 2 billion people worldwide suffer from water scarcity and thirst. All because only 2.5% of the available ...

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The Interceptor, or the ocean cleaning breakthrough
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The menace of the modern world and a huge ecological threat at the same time, is undoubtedly plastic pollution. Some even believe that plastics form a new ...

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Air Protein – meat alternative made of air
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Environmental degradation associated with animal agriculture is becoming more and more visible and obvious. Food production and distribution system requires ...

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Raking leaves for the winter – necessity or a whim?
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Every year, more and more cities declare their willingness to protect and naturally nurture urban biodiversity. In the autumn-winter period, fallen leaves are ...

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Paper from fallen leaves – old idea, new approach
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In autumn, when the ground begins to be covered with a layer of fallen leaves, we need to find a happy medium between aesthetics and ecology. Some cities ...

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Electric cars – are they really eco-friendly? Let’s find out.
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Electric cars (and vehicles in general) have become an icon of sustainable development and the so-called "green economy". Still, many people claim that these ...

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Lungs of the Earth – where does oxygen come from?
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The areas that we call the Lungs of the Earth, contrary to their name, work quite the opposite of our lungs. Instead of breathing oxygen - they absorb carbon ...

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Celebrity environmentalists, or ecology in Hollywood
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There is more and more news coming from Hollywood about the big names joining the fight for our planet's health. Some of the celebrity environmentalists make ...

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