Bees are on the way to extinction, not just honey bees, but all kinds of bees. Most bee species are pollinators, meaning that they help in the reproduction of plants. Without bees to pollinate, you would not be able to enjoy many vegetables and fruits. Apples, strawberries, coffee, tomatoes, almonds need pollinators. 30% of food crops and 90% of wild plants need bees, or else they will die out. Insecticides, pollutants, extreme heat and cold, monocrop cultures – these are just a few reasons why bees are dying out. Take a look at the ways you can support bee conservation in your locality:
There has been a common question among people: Where is Asbestos found? But many are still unaware that asbestos can be found in different places – the natural environment and mined from the ground. However, before knowing where we find these chemicals, it is important to know what actually they are. Asbestos is a set of six naturally occurring fibrous minerals: chrysotile, tremolite, amosite, anthophyllite, crocidolite, and actinolite.
Would you not like to confer your eco-friendly habits on to your baby? Well, many would surely love to do so. Mothers can initiate this right from the day they are pregnant.
If we are conscious about saving the environment then it is important to adapt green products in our lives right from green cleaning items to something like organic butter. If you are aware of how any particular thing is produced then you will be able to decide properly about whether it is eco-friendly or not. Let us look at some ways you can help save the environment.
Green products are now in vogue and almost everywhere you look, you will find something that is either reusable, organic or eco friendly.