The environment is something you are very familiar with. It's everything that makes up our surroundings and affects our ability to live on the earth—the air we breathe, the water that covers most of the earth's surface, the plants and animals around us, and much more.
In recent years, scientists have been carefully examining the ways that people affect the environment. They have found that we are causing air pollution, deforestation, acid rain, global warming, climate change and other problems that are dangerous both to the earth and to ourselves. So, join us to find out how we can protect the environment, and protect our future as well.
Moringa oleifera is a small to medium-sized tropical tree native to the Indian subcontinent. The tree is easily recognizable from its light colored knotty trunk and highly branched compound leaves. The fruits of the Moringa tree are thin, 1 ½ -2 ft. long pods. Click to go to the UsesRead more
Intercropping is defined simply as growing two or more crop types on one field. The practice of intercropping has actually been around since farming began. Modernization of farming equipment has changed our farming practices into what they are today, which is largely mono-cropping. Mono-cropping is planting only one crop onRead more
Over two thirds of the Earth’s surface is covered by water. As Earth’s population continues to grow, people are putting ever-increasing pressure on the planet’s water resources. In a sense, oceans, rivers, and other inland waters are being “squeezed” by human activities—not so they take up less room, but soRead more
Rainwater Harvesting is one of the best methods to save money and help to protect and care for our planet, especially to avoid dependency on regular water supply system. But, what is a Rainwater Harvesting System? It is an innovative technique that is use to harvest rainwater from roofs andRead more
By Annick Our way of living is largely contributing to climate change. On average, the ecological footprint of a US citizen is 9.0 gha meaning that this amount of land is needed to sustain one person in the US. It also means that 9.6 worlds would be needed toRead more
Traditionally the lawn was a symbol of status in the Feudalism. Large expanses of lawn, meant that the farm had many sheep and many cattle. Americans have been obsess with lawns since the 1950s, but that way of thinking is changing. It’s time to rethink and use our lawns better.Read more
The 19th of May we will march against Montsanto in St. Vincent and the Grenadines. In St. Vincent many farmers, teachers and other people want to protect the island against the growing of Genetically Modified Organisms. GMOs are created in a lab, by inserting a gene from one organism intoRead more
My team recently went on an investigation trip to the Grenadine island of Bequia. While we were there we explored a number of areas that were relevant to our social and environmental interests. One of these places was the Old Hegg Turtle Sanctuary. We had heard that the living conditionsRead more
When we heard about Environmental Activism there’s a bunch of difficult things that comes to our mind, but actually, it’s not hard to be part of the move, and here are 12 easy ways to save our planet and it would make you feel great. Global Warming There’s bad newsRead more
My daily task in taking care of the horses is to feed them moringa. Moringa, also called The Miracle Tree, really is a miracle. It’s a very healthy plant that can be eaten by humans and animals and it’s very easy to plant. Almost all of the parts of theRead more