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How Water Leak Detection Companies Are Continuing To Help the Environment throughout COVID-19

Water Leak Detection companies are playing their crucial role in protecting the environment from the corona crisis. The viral attack could infect the water supply; as you already know that

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Current Plans to Cut Pollution in The UK

Photo by JuniperPhoton on Unsplash The UK wastes around £40 Billion each year from air pollution deaths and related illnesses. Diseases like asthma, stroke, lung and heart diseases can all be traced back

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How Pollution is Affecting the Health of Children in the UK

Photo by Piron Guillaume on Unsplash While pollution affects everyone, children are at more risk of developing further complications due to pollution. Estimations in the world over, show that a significant percentage of

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How is Climate Change Affecting the UK

Photo by John Cameron on Unsplash In recent years the UK has been witnessing unprecedented weather variations. From deadly floods to super hot heat waves, rising sea levels; Climate Change is finally catching

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Best Woodland Management Techniques

Photo by Rural Explorer on Unsplash Woodlands are extensive tree-covered areas, often with thick undergrowth. Depending on the canopy and amount of light filtering through, the undergrowth may consist of shrubs, lichens, mosses,

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What Is a Sustainably Managed Forest?

Photo by Sebastian Unrau on Unsplash Throughout the years, wood continues to be a vital resource in our day to day lifestyle. However, as the years pass by, due to the increased demand

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What Is The Greenhouse Effect?

Photo by James Orr on Unsplash The greenhouse effect is a natural process that occurs when gases in earth’s atmosphere trap the sun’s heat warming the earth’s surface.  As the sun’s energy reaches

Did you know?

NASA data show that average global temperatures in 2019 were 1.8 degrees F (0.98 degrees C) warmer than the 20th century average. In fact, the five warmest years in the 1880–2019 record have all occurred since 2015

Eleven percent of all global greenhouse gas emissions caused by humans are due to deforestation — comparable to the emissions from all of the passenger vehicles on the planet.

Tropical forests are incredibly effective at storing carbon, providing at least a third of the mitigation action needed to prevent the worst climate change scenarios. Yet nature-based solutions receive only 3% of all climate funding.