A fair majority of people all around the globe view bats as scary and dangerous creatures. However, if they understood the true importance of bats on our planet, they would cheer them as real super heros. To understand these fascinating creatures I have invited Jessica Dangerfield, a biodiversity officer in Wales. Let's learn more from Jessica's perspective, as an ecologist, about these small, yet crucial beings. More importantly, let's appreciate all the things that they are doing for our planet.
Hello everyone! Today is world whale day and hence, I have created a YouTube video on the importance of whales on our planet. Let me know what you think about this and consider subscribing if you find my efforts worthwhile 😀
Hello everyone, please do check out this amazing podcast on nature conservation. It is really inspiring! This is a new series I have started on YouTube. Let me know what you think about it and consider subscribing if you want to join the cause 🙂
Recent upheavals in Russo-Ukrainian tension threaten global conflict. Tense relations between these two nations, however, have persisted for many years. and begun with the dissolution of the USSR in 1991. This essay explores how a long history of tension has led up to the current crisis.
Whilst many believe the Natural gas crisis was simply caused by a lack of preparation by energy firms, Russia's dominance in its supply of gas to Europe highlights how their abundance of this natural resource is being used as a lever in negotiation over Ukraine.
China took very underwhelming action in the COP26 summit last year in Glasgow despite being the largest emitters by quite some margin. Jinping's recent statement make it seem like China are retreating further from taking accountability through radical reform to their emission-heavy economy.
Jakarta, Indonesia's capital city, has been sinking into the Java sea for 400 years. However, the increasing severity of climate changed has caused sea levels to rise at a much faster rate, meaning 1/3 of the city may be submerged by as early as 2050. The Indonesian President laid out plants for relocation in 2019.
Offshore windfarms are becoming one of the most predominant forms of renewable energy worldwide. New developments could see wind turbines also capture carbon from the atmosphere, as well as generating green energy.
In a phenomenon which has become more frequent in recent years, snow has fallen in the Sahara. Whilst the snow blanketing the golden mountains of the desert is a glorious sight, many wonder if this a sign of climate change's accelerating effect on extreme environments.