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Fossil Fuel

How Your Daily Habits Contribute to the Fossil Fuel Epidemic

Every day, the choices we make—from the way we travel to the food we eat—play a big part in the global reliance on fossil fuels. You might not think about it when you turn on the heat, charge your phone, or choose what to have for lunch, but all these...

Carbon Footprint

Is Your Daily Routine Contributing to Your Carbon Footprint

Have you ever stopped to think about how your daily routine might be affecting the planet? From the moment we wake up, each choice we make can add to our carbon footprint, the mark we leave on the environment. Whether it’s the way we get to work, what we eat,...

Urban Planning

Can Urban Planning Reduce a City’s Carbon Footprint?

Have you ever wondered if the way cities are designed can help fight climate change? Well, it turns out, urban planning plays a huge role in reducing a city’s carbon footprint. From bike lanes that encourage cycling to green spaces that soak up CO₂, the blueprint of a city can...

Rising Temperatures

Rising Temperatures: The Climate’s Urgent Plea for Change

The Earth’s average temperature is increasing due to human activities like burning fossil fuels and deforestation. This leads to a phenomenon known as global warming. As a result, we’re experiencing more frequent and severe heatwaves, melting ice caps, and disrupted weather patterns. Rising temperatures are a threat to ecosystems, they...


How Do Transportation Choices Influence Global Warming?

Time we took a look at how our transportation choices impact global warming. Every time we choose how to travel, from cars to bikes, we’re making a decision that affects our planet. With climate change becoming a bigger concern, it’s vital to understand these impacts. We’ll explore different modes of...

Carbon Footprint

What is a Carbon Footprint and Why Should We Care

Everyone talks about their carbon footprint, but what is it? Simply put, it’s the amount of carbon dioxide (a gas) we release into the air because of things we do, like driving a car or using electricity. It’s like a mark we leave on the Earth. And too much carbon...

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