Today ,5th June is World Environment Day. Let us come together for sustainable development & environment.
Thomas Robert Mathus theory, "Principle of Population" proposed that human population grows exponentially,while food production grows at an arithmetic rate. Malthus theory has been questioned by many and there exist many critique for the same. Malthus theory's final result targets towards the available food for the population, but in reality this theory needs revision, there … Continue reading Malthus is true but needs Revision
Atmosphere is the air that surrounds us and the difference between weather and climate is a measure of time. Weather is what conditions of the atmosphere are over a short period of time, and climate is how the atmosphere "behaves" over relatively long periods of time. Meteorology is the science of weather & Climatology is … Continue reading Weather, Climate & Atmosphere, are they the same thing?
At times on our travels, on just a general outings with family and friends We come across some great words... "Keep the Environment Clean Leave No Foot Prints,Take Memories." A Small Step Towards Building a Sustainable World
With Hurricane Matthew battering Florida, Haiti and with over 800 deaths this Category 3 storm has turned into a nightmare for many.But exactly causes the hurricane and are we responsible?Hurricanes are intense low pressure systems that form over warm ocean waters and their source of energy is water vapor, which is evaporated from the ocean … Continue reading Hurricane Matthew
Its 9th September today and the weather doesn't look good, its a bit hazy. While scouring the web today I came across the following piece of data.CO2 levels for August,2016 have been recorded at 404.07.In January,2005 this value was 378.21.The current value means an increase of approximately 7 percent in the last 11 years.Yes, CO2 … Continue reading CO2 levels for August’2016
Equator is an imaginary line cutting the Earth into near half's. And it is at/around the equator we find the tropical rainforests and it is almost always warm and wet over there. The most commonly known to us is the Amazon Rain Forest.Warm and Wet, this is a condition required for a lush of plants … Continue reading World’s species and tropical rainforests