Environment

Useful information to live with nature and sustainable environment

Evergreen Mangroves of Kerala — Guardians of the West Coast

The coastal ecosystem is the blue forest ecosystem. Mangroves are one of the productive and most valuable coastal ecosystems on earth which provide habitat for many different species of animals. Mangroves also provide numerous ecosystem services, benefits and opportunities for recreation and tourism. Conservation of the mangrove ecosystem is necessary because it is lost at an alarming rate. Recently, remote sensing technologies to assess deforestation rates of mangroves and also DNA barcoding of mangroves is done for its precise identification.

3 Simple Ways to Reuse Plastic Bottles

Plastic bottles that we use to drink water or juice, household appliances, automobiles, beverage containers, trash, and grocery bags, gardening containers, storage of food or grains, and so on! Accumulate, harm the environment. Everyone likes to use plastic containers because it is waterproof, relatively cheap, and portable. But at the same time, conserving and protecting the environment is also equally important. So reducing-recycling and reusing should be the ultimate mantra of every family.

Profitable Enterprise Models of Indigenous Cows

Cow based value chain of natural farming and Bos indicus including butter, ghee, bhasma, gorochan and panchagavya are forming a segment of the business. This futuristic enterprise having traditional and Vedic importance is also based on biodynamics and probiotics with promising business prospects. To read mone |Click here |

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Rainy Days

Tropical Indian village has completely enjoyable environment irrespective of the seasons, round the year. Have you ever enjoyed rains in villages? You may go through this nostalgic piece of article. Please see my new article on Hubpages: Rainy Days