Category Archive: EnviroGeek

Breathtaking Natural Phenomenon Photography

I believe that no camera can ever capture teh sheer spectacle of natural beauty. Some of these are incredible though. Enjoy the wonder of nature. Antelope Cyn Light Shaft Anti-Crepuscular Rays Aurora Borealis… Continue reading

Jane Goodall on Why We Should Help the Serengeti

Serengeti National Park in Tanzania is home to the largest migration of land animals on the planet: More than two million mammals roam its 11,500 square miles (30,000 square kilometers). But like so many natural areas in today’s… Continue reading

China record heat wave – “Just going outside in this kind of temperate can roast people.”

China issues heat alert as ‘hottest July’ hits Shanghai Temperatures in parts of China have hit record highs, prompting an emergency level-two nationwide heat alert for the first time. In Shanghai, at least… Continue reading

Earths loosing 300bn tonnes of ice/ year.

London : A satellite has detected that 300 billion tonnes of ice is being lost every year from the Antarctic and Greenland glaciers, dramatically increasing sea levels around the world. Scientists from University… Continue reading

Mexico Volcano – Red Hot and fired up

  One of the world’s most active volcanoes, Mexico’s Popocatepetl volcano, has come to life, spewing ash, gas, and steam (as seen from the village of Santiago Xalitzintla on July 4). Just 50 miles (80… Continue reading

Wonderful future for renewable energy

The future appears to be bright for renewable energy sources like solar, wind, and water. In fact, power generation from such renewables will exceed that of gas and nuclear by 2016, according to a… Continue reading

Poles Apart – Differences between the North and the South Poles

Just heard that our family friends, a British couple are going to the Arctic, to follow up last year visit to the other pole to check for themselves, how real the issue of… Continue reading

Seaweed biofuels: a green alternative that might just save the planet

Fast growing, carbohydrate-rich kelps could supply green biofuels. Photograph: Murdo Macleod Related articles VIDEO: ‘Carpets of seaweed’ grown for fuel (bbc.co.uk) 4 of the Best Biofuels Stocks (fool.com)

Green Cars

I love cars, the faster and the sleeker the better. But any of the fast cars and fuel guzzlers. And while I would still enjoy seeing and hearing the throb of the engines,… Continue reading