All posts created by Michelle Simmons
08/23/2018 / By Michelle Simmons

Scientists from Auburn University in the U.S. found a way to manage pest naturally. They discovered that planting different grain crops

http://www.environ.news/2018-08-23-natural-pest-management-peach-farmers-are-reducing-crop-loss-to-stink-bugs-by-planting-grains.html

08/07/2018 / By Michelle Simmons

Scientists continue to search for more natural solutions to address water pollution. A group of scientists aimed to find an

http://www.environ.news/2018-08-07-enzymes-from-horse-radish-found-to-effectively-remove-phenols-from-polluted-waters.html

08/06/2018 / By Michelle Simmons

Water pollution is on the rise globally. However, available methods that destroy pollutants in water use expensive and complex high-power lasers.

http://www.environ.news/2018-08-06-breaking-down-water-pollutants-in-water-naturally.html

08/02/2018 / By Michelle Simmons

Pigeons may be seen as a burden in urban areas because of their unhygienic habits. Contrary to this, experts believe

http://www.environ.news/2018-08-02-pigeons-could-offer-insights-to-fight-disease-caused-by-water-and-air-pollution.html

07/12/2018 / By Michelle Simmons

Organic food is not only better and healthier for human health, but for the environment as well, according to a French

http://www.environ.news/2018-07-12-better-for-you-and-the-planet-organic-food-found-to-improve-human-and-environmental-health.html

06/18/2018 / By Michelle Simmons

The Cerrado, a unique savanna in Brazil, is at risk of losing biodiversity because it’s being converted into cropland, as

http://www.environ.news/2018-06-18-unique-savanna-in-brazil-is-being-converted-to-cropland-losing-biodiversity-and-endangering-hydroelectric-power.html

06/04/2018 / By Michelle Simmons

Honeybees are facing an uphill battle when it comes to food storage as a result of modern farming practices, according

http://www.environ.news/2018-06-04-modern-farming-has-made-it-more-difficult-for-honeybees-to-store-food-new-study-concludes.html

06/01/2018 / By Michelle Simmons

Nitrate pollution comes from the nitrate used in crop fertilizers that goes to rivers and streams through drainage systems and

http://www.environ.news/2018-06-01-wetlands-reduce-nitrate-pollution-in-rivers-and-streams-five-times-more-efficiently-than-land-based-mitigation-strategies.html

05/30/2018 / By Michelle Simmons

The use of plants indoors can reduce pollution can reduce pollution and save energy, according to a plant physiologist at the

http://www.environ.news/2018-05-30-plant-physiologist-use-plants-to-reduce-indoor-pollution-and-save-energy.html

05/26/2018 / By Michelle Simmons

Streets of the future could be made out of tire waste and organic wax, according to a study published in

http://www.environ.news/2018-05-26-streets-of-the-future-could-be-made-from-tire-waste-and-organic-wax.html