Renewable Energy – Most important things to learn

We all know what are our conventional, ‘main’ sources of energy… They are Non-renewable resources: fossil fuels like oil, coal and natural gas that take millions of years to form and, once used, take equal time to replenish. Not only do they take longer to reproduce than it takes to

Electric Vehicles – Everything you need to know

Electric cars run on an engine that is powered by rechargeable batteries instead of petrol or diesel. The good part about it not running on the latter is that because it runs on batteries, electric cars are environment friendly vehicles. The technology, though has a lot of advantages, is fairly

Greenhouse Effect: How does it affect all of us

‘Greenhouse gas‘, we have been hearing about this term since school. Remember how air conditions would emit greenhouse gas ‘CFC’ and that we were supposed to not use them for the same reason? So greenhouse gas is just like many other gases in the atmosphere, but only with a twist.

2017 Stands as the second warmest year since record keeping

Global Warming continues to influence the earth’s ecosystem with 2017 now ranks as one of the top three hottest years on record. The report released by NASA and NOAA (National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration) has revealed that 2017 was the second warmest year on record. The report has further revealed

Conservation: An initiative to protect and self renew

With the ever-increasing overexploitation of natural resources by human actions, the United Nations is concerned with the availability of the resources in the future. According to the latest reports, it is being suspected that if conservation doesn’t happen now, it won’t be too far when the earth will become devoid of

Global Warming is Real – You can start worrying now

We cannot ignore global warming any longer. With a continual rise in temperature every year, the Earth is slowly rotating towards its own destruction. In simple words, global warming is one of the major problems in today’s ecological balance of the Earth. According to ecologists and scientists, it wouldn’t be