More Plastic in the Arctic than San Francisco Bay? The article from National Geographic says that there is more micro plastics in remote areas of the Arctic then there is in San Francisco and other more populated areas. I personally thought that when articles said, "micro-plastic" what they were saying was microscopic but this is not the case, the micro sized plastic particles... Continue Reading →

Hurricane Season Is underway with NOAA predicting a 45% above average likelihood of increased activity. With El Niño officially passing, NOAA says the conditions are ripe for increased activity. However please note that it doesn’t necessarily mean that the increases in storm activity will make it to hurricane status or reach land but the likelihood has... Continue Reading →

A Comprehensive List of Pollutants

What’s in the air? Where is it coming from? Who is it coming from? Why is it so bad? I compiled a list for you to make it easier to follow. Soot- "Soot is a byproduct of burning fossil fuels, particularly coal. It is emitted by a variety of sources, including burning coal for electricity or... Continue Reading →

Stumped by Trees

If we cannot plant more trees and bring them to maturity faster than the rate the Amazon is still being reduced, we may not have any hope left. We, at least I have known since I was a kid that trees are the answer. They should have started this 30 years ago but even late... Continue Reading →

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