An analysis performed at multiple spatial and temporal scales argues that destruction and degradation of natural ecosystems are the primary cause of global declines in biodiversity.
Initiatives like the US Integrated Ocean Observing System and Gulf of Mexico Coastal Ocean Observing System Regional Association (GCOOS-RA) are working with local institutions to monitor harmful algal blooms.
Doug Hibbeler, President of Response Catalyst, describes a free new geography learning game his company has debuted. A Worldly Mind is a new smartphone and tablet app to help usually teenagers learn World Geography. When you look around at the major problems the world is facing, all are better understood […]
Introduction to Climate Change Changes that are normally brought about by climatic variations have caused major environmental concerns worldwide. These changes without doubt bring about a crisis of huge proportions which affects the regulators of environment economically, socially and even politically too. When the weather pattern shifts for instance, this […]
This guest article is from Matthew Kopjak who takes a look at the U.S Census Bureau’s Population Growth by Country and how he was able to turn it into a easily sortable platform using FindTheBest. The site also has government data on Agriculture, Airport Crashes, World Trade Commodities. Comparing Population Growth by Country The Population Growth […]
The citizens of many of the world’s countries still don’t realize that ignorance of geography can affect their political stability, economic success, and environmental health. Sure, it’s important to know where things are located. But even more important is learning in what ways those places are affected by their environments […]