Author: emilyfolk

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Can Camping Help the Environment?

There’s nothing quite like pitting yourself against the wilderness while you’re camping. It’s just you against nature, with only the gear you can carry on your back. Camping can also help you connect...

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Teach Children about Conservation

Why We Need to Teach Children About Conservation

Conservation isn’t just for grown-ups. Teaching kids about our world and how to live it in sustainably should a keystone of their education. It’s important for their understanding of the world, and it...

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Light Pollution

How to Stop Light Pollution from Harming Wildlife

The human race is not renowned for its considerate and forward-thinking nature when it comes to those with whom it shares this planet. In fact, civilization and enlightenment tend to be inversely proportional...

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Fish kill

Could Our Waters Be Causing Fish Kill?

Fish need conditions to be just right to be healthy. If their aquatic environments change too drastically, large numbers of them can die unexpectedly, a phenomenon known as a fish kill. Recently, we’ve...

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Climate Change

Climate Change Devastating Our Forests

Forest fires can occur naturally, but humans are responsible for around 80 percent of them. They can start with a dropped cigarette, out-of-control campfire, lightning strike or other heat source. Winds and dry...

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