The Vanishing City of Venice

Among the disappearing destinations in the world the destination that has caught everyone’s attention is the enchanting city of Venice. This city has been facing flooding crisis from the 5th century, but today Venice has been experiencing 100 floods a year due to the changing climatic conditions. Previous industrial ventures, such as offshore piers and… Continue reading The Vanishing City of Venice

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Tuvalu – The Disappearing Island

Tuvalu is a small island nation in the Pacific Ocean located midway between Hawaii and Australia. Also known as the Ellice Islands before independence, Tuvalu is home to more than 10,000 people who are primarily of Polynesian descent. The total land area of Tuvalu is about 26 square kilometers and Tuvalu’s history dates back to… Continue reading Tuvalu – The Disappearing Island

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Green Apps To Green Your Life

Making small steps about your lifestyle and changing the way you do things all goes into the pot. Some of the latest green apps available for your mobile phone bring sustainability to your fingertips; allow you the opportunity to make some changes about your environmental impact. Battery Extender Lite looks to extend the standby time… Continue reading Green Apps To Green Your Life

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No More Cod And Chips In UK

One of the most popular dishes in the English eateries is the ‘Fish and chips’. Nowhere do people love fish and chips more than in the United Kingdom, where the National Federation of Fish Friers calls it “the undisputed National dish of Great Britain”. The fish used is commonly battered arctic cod. But increased global… Continue reading No More Cod And Chips In UK

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Atmospheric CO2 Tops 400 PPM

This year the daily average concentration of Carbon Dioxide (CO2) in the atmosphere has surpassed the 400 PPM (parts per million) mark. This observation has been recorded by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Mauna Loa Observatory in Hawaii. During the past 800,000 years until the early 20th century, the CO2concentrations have never exceeded 300… Continue reading Atmospheric CO2 Tops 400 PPM

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What Is 4G?

What is 4G? Well it’s only in development, but in short it’s a 4th generation replacement of the present 3G network. It’s about faster data speeds and increased security. The first network was obviously 1G, this was built in the 1980’s. 2G followed suit in the early 90’s, and 3G was built in the late… Continue reading What Is 4G?

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