×
google news

Science & Technology

Sustainable New Year’s Eve: Smart Tips for a Green Party

17 December, 2019
Immediately after Christmas, there comes another holiday that we love to celebrate - New Year's Eve. There are many ways to celebrate this occurrence. Some people opt for the classic dinner at home, while others prefer parties and events outside.…

Tribal Groups are the Best Guardians that Forests Could Ever Have

15 December, 2019
They protect the environment and forests, but they are subject to violence and threats. According to a recent report, government tend to prevent tribal groups and local communities from playing the key role of "forest guardians". People consider them criminals -…

Christmas Gifting Ideas for People Who Love Animals

14 December, 2019
Finding the right Christmas gift for our friends and family is not as easy as it seems. You always have to take into account the tastes and interests of others, so you can find a gift that they can really…

How Lina Medina Became The Youngest Mother Ever At Age 5

13 December, 2019
Lina Medina Vasquez was five years old in 1939 and lived in Paurange. It is a remote village in Peru, in the district of Ticrapo. There were no clinics or hospitals in her country. One day, her abdomen became extremely…

Green Marketing: Sales-Oriented Yet Environmentally Friendly

13 December, 2019
We all now know that cheap consumer goods and the "disposable" mindset of consumers have a negative impact on the environment and working conditions in many production countries. Nevertheless, many people have only discovered the real extent of these problems…

Here Are Some Countries That Don’t Celebrate Christmas

12 December, 2019
Christmas is celebrated in more than 160 countries, even in those that are not predominantly Catholic. The Christmas tree, Santa Claus, the lights, the mistletoe and sometimes even the crib - they all have become symbols of celebration. And that applies…

Organic Meat Is Good to Eat – But not so Good for the Environment

11 December, 2019
Eating meat, especially organic meat, poisons the air. The discovery comes from a British study published in Nature Communications, which seems to dismantle a deep-rooted conviction. In fact, it seems that "organic" is not always nice and good. Moreover, eating…

Make Green Christmas Gifts with these Eco-Friendly Ideas

10 December, 2019
With the arrival of winter, it's also time to think about what Christmas gifts to give to friends and family. This time of year is unfortunately known for an increase in waste and consumption. Nowadays, however, we have to overcome…

Will Wild Mushrooms Save Bees from Their Extinction?

8 December, 2019
It's well known that bees don't get along well. Threatened by pesticides and parasites, their population has fallen dramatically over the last ten years. This is also a danger to our food sovereignty. In fact, 84% of the cultivated species…

Holidays at Home – How to Visit Your City as a Tourist

8 December, 2019
Your hometown is not only the place where you juggle quick lunches, gym and work. It is also a tourist destination in every respect. Think of all the attractions and museums to visit - as well as the restaurants with…

Amazons – What Is the Truth Lying Behind the Myth?

7 December, 2019
Their mythical names have been made eternal by the great narrators of the ancient world. The Amazons were the fierce warriors who rode and fought like men in trousers. What most distinguished them and was incredible, however, was that they…

Easy DIY Christmas Decors Ideas to Upgrade Your Home

6 December, 2019
Christmas is approaching and with it comes the time to decorate the house for Christmas. Tree decorations and decorations for the living room or kitchen - during the holiday season we want our entire house to express joy. However, you…

New Biodegradable Plastic Comes from Cotton Waste

5 December, 2019
Pollution from plastics is one of the most important phenomena we face in this century. Fortunately, many researchers and companies are moving to combat this phenomenon by promoting innovative projects. Among these, Australian researchers at Deakin University have proposed a…

Here Is How Much Caffeine Does It Take to Kill You

3 December, 2019
It's not easy to die from drinking too much coffee - fortunately. This is heartening because for many people, coffee is the fuel that gives them the strength to go on during a tiring day. In addition, it can also…
Contents.media