Microplastic Pollution is Ubiquitous!

Microplastics– this word has been gaining a lot of attention from the ecologists in recent time. With rising population, material consumption has exponentially grown in the last hundred years leading to the huge production of plastic. A consequence of anthropogenic plastic pollution, microplastics are small particles of plastic having a length of five millimetres orRead More

Threats to Biodiversity: Climate Change

The burning of the fossil fuels is considered as the major contributor towards climate change. Some of the most devastating impacts of climate change include warming oceans, melting glaciers, suffocating oceans, etc. It is predicted that by the year 2050, the climate change alone threatens the extinction of approximately one quarter or more of allRead More

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 the non- renewable resources. TheRead More