Why Are Bird Populations Plummeting?

This is a major question that must be put under the spotlight. It is an emerging issue in today’s world where every human being is running in the race for development and technology, without caring about the negative effects of our development on nature, natural resources and especially on the animal habitats of this planet.
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The Hazards of Industrial Pollution

In the early 90’s, with the start of the industrial revolution, people started to think differently, science became more advanced and technology developed swiftly. At that time, industries were at a small level and consisted of the factories that produced carbon emissions as the main pollutant.
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The Zika Virus

It is kind of disturbing and regrettable to look at the pictures of the newborn babies with microcephaly caused by Zika virus, this might be a good plot for a futuristic science fiction film, but its our actual reality.
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Koko the Gorilla: Voice of Nature

Koko is a female gorilla and one of the rarest species that can learn to communicate using sign language. Here’s what she had to say to humanity after being informed of the 21st Conference of Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change.
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Historic El Nino: What to Expect this Winter

An El Niño is a temporary change in the climate of the Pacific Ocean, in the region around the equator. You can see its effects in the ocean and atmosphere, generally in the Northern Hemisphere winter. Typically, the water surface is heats up by a few degrees Celsius. At the same time, the area where violent storms occur at the equator moves eastward. Although those could seem like small differences, it may nevertheless have a major impact on the global climate.
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