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06th August 2012

Coloring Pages: Ensuring Multi-Faceted Development of Children

Studies and researches have shown that initial five years of a child are the most critical ones from the point of view of learning. Their capacity to learn new things is at its highest ebb during this period. Children of this age group can be compared to ...

03rd March 2011

Importance of Water Vole Survey & Mitigation

Water Voles are species found in Great Britain, Europe and Russia. These creatures are lookalike of a rat, lives in burrows formed at the banks of rivers, ditches, ponds, and water streams. The primary food of Water Voles is grass and plants; they also ea...

21st February 2011

Conservation of White clawed crayfish is important for ecology status of water bodies

White clawed crayfish (also called Austropotamobius pallipes or Atlantic stream crayfish) is the Britain’s only native fresh water species. The native cray fish is olive-brown in colour, they have large front claws of pale pink-white colored underneath, w...

28th December 2010

Great Crested Newt – Reasons for Declining Population and Measures to Protect Them

One of the largest native newt species found in Great Britain are great crested newts. They are small but very beautiful with completely black top decorated with orange or yellow undersides combined with dark large spot. Just like any other species great ...

23rd September 2010

A burning issue caused by burning?

If you were sceptical that the recently concluded high power climate talks at Copenhagen was a lot of hot air and nothing more, the bad news is you are dead right. Reports of one of the most large scale carbon and methane emissions in Nigeria's oil rich N...

07th June 2010

Ecosafe Car Parts Washer And Cleaner To Keep The Environment Healthy

The ever increasing pollution on our planet has made ecosafe car parts washer and cleaner a necessity today. Every conscientious citizen wants to live in an eco friendly way. But car parts and engines must be cleaned and its toxic waste is an inevitable b...

21st May 2010

Should Recycling Be Mandatory?

Today, there is so much of emphasis on preserving the environment and protecting natural surroundings. Much of the damage to natural surroundings is caused by toxic waste substances. These substances are the by-products of man-made items that decay over a...

17th May 2010

The natural water series is driven by the sun.

The water cycle is also known as the hydrologic cycle. This hydrologic cycle describes the constant movement of water on the surface of the earth, over and below it. The oceans hold about 95% of the water on earth, stored in them. 90% of the evapor...

26th February 2010

Floods and droughts of 2006- 2007

Introduction The periods between the years 2006 to 2007, the weather was full of the unexpected extremes. Some regions experienced droughts while others experienced floods. These two are extremes and exactly the opposite of each other. Both floods and dr...

26th February 2010

International relations

GLOBAL WARMING Global warming refers to the increase in the air temperature near the water bodies' surface and it affects the climatic conditions in various parts of the world causing a lot of climatic changes. Global warming can be caused by various fac...

07th December 2009

How Rain Water Tanks Work?

Rain water tanks are real boon to mankind. It is a dual blessing for nature and man as it works to the benefit of both. In a time where we have to preserve every possible resource, rain water tanks do just that. Before considering the size and type of rai...

04th April 2009

Geothermal Heat Pump – a green and cost effective technology

A Geothermal heat pump a ground source heat pump uses earth's natural heat to circulate between networks of pipes fitted several feet below the earth's surface and the heat pump fitted inside the house, to provide air conditioning. Mostly using renewa...

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