Earth has been the custodian of all living matter for the past 4 to 4.5 billion years and it has done a splendid job at housing us. However, we’ve been taking what it has given us for granted; we’ve slowly, but surely been ruining its pure form. Whilst this is an issue that isn’t native..
Earth day is an annual celebratory event that allows us to take time to reflect on and be grateful for the world we live in. Each year, it takes place on the 22nd of April and marks the anniversary of the birth of the modern environmental movement in 1970. The movement was established in order..
1.Earth is the only planet in the Solar System with plate tectonics The outer crust of the earth is broken up into different regions with different sizes known as tectonic plates. The tectonic plates float on top of magma interior of the Earth and move in any direction required. When two plates collide, an overlap..
One of the most loved mysteries in the world is the Bermuda Triangle. The Bermuda Triangle is located in the western North Atlantic Ocean, off the coast of Florida and is roughly a triangle shape between Miami and Florida. It was named Bermuda because it’s located near the Island of Bermuda. The reason why this region..
Have you ever just wondered what’s around you? Have you ever noticed the miracles that surround you? Have you ever thought what is up? UP? Did you ever marvel in the sky and wonder what is above? There are countless things above that the eye alone can’t see without the help of technology. The stars;..
Family farmers produce approximately 40 percent of major crops in Brazil. They produce 84 percent of all crops in the US. Finally, they produce 84 percent of yam, rice, manioc, maize and bean in Fiji. Family farmers have a high potential to eliminate hunger. That is why the UN..