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How Renewable Energy is Creating Eco-Friendly Cities

As the population of the world is growing, urbanization is developing rapidly in many cities around the world. People living compact in the same area can have many benefits. However, at the same time, pollution continues to increase in these areas.   For example, air pollution rises as the demand for energy,...

Hurricanes, Heat Waves, Fires Ravaged Planet in 2017

MIAMI, United States (AFP) — Fierce hurricanes, heat waves, floods and wildfires ravaged the planet in 2017, as scientists said the role of climate change in causing or worsening certain natural disasters has grown increasingly clear. It was also the year the world’s second largest polluter, the United States, turned...

NHT/SRC/CEIS Environmental Trash to Cash Competition

Competition  Overview  As part of its operational plan for 2015-2016, the Social Development Department of the National Housing Trust (NHT) approached the Scientific Research Council (SRC) seeking assistance with the development of a robust, exciting and sustainable Environment Competition involving its Community Environment clubs. Following a meeting on June 9,...

Water reduction and minimization

Waste minimization Is the process and the policy of reducing the amount of waste produced by a person or a society. Waste minimization involves efforts to minimize resource and energy use during manufacture. For the same commercial output, usually the fewer materials are used, the less waste is produced. Waste...

Using Fuse as a Safety Device

Fuseboxes A fusebox, also sometimes known as a consumer unit, should be easy to find and is where the electricity in your home is controlled and distributed. It’s important that you know where your fusebox is in case you ever need to turn the electricity off in an emergency. It...