Survival on the Polar Ice Cap

One of the youngest of the bear species is the Polar Bear and the largest carnivorous land mammal on Earth. Males can weigh up to 1700 pounds and measure 7 to 8 feet nose to tail with a lifespan of 25 years. They are fierce hunters...

The Greener Skies of The Future

When you think about airlines or air travel, you don’t necessarily associate it with green travel. But there have been some encouraging strides made by the airline industry to go green, well, somewhat. When you travel domestically, in economy class like most of us, you might...

What Role Do Aquariums Play in Saving Endangered Fish

According to some they don’t and others that they play an important role. So, we decided to take a look and form our own opinion.  www.davidcarbo.com A recent article from  www.thehill.com stated that, “Perhaps the biggest benefit aquariums have in advancing conservation is by inspiring people to act. Aquariums...

Your Guide to Greenwashing

In today’s world, it is vital to be environmentally conscious. Businesses, products, services, and institutions are all working towards including environmental responsibility in their business mission. But, how can you tell who is actually ‘doing good’? Competition brings out the worst in some — and this can lead to...

Fatbergs: Threatening to Be Another NYC Attraction

Fatbergs are the perfect name to convey the huge collections of waste which congeal into destructive globs that wreak havoc on our sewer systems. We are talking about massive levels of destruction here. In the UK in 2017, a 143-ton fatberg stretched 820 feet in...

Some Peace and Quiet: More Than a Fantasy

It feels like New York City is the capital of noise. Car horns are constantly blaring, trying to outdo the sirens that periodically pierce the air. The apartment next to you is reverberating music. The bar down the street expels drunk people hooting and hollering...