Environment

Redefining Our Culture and Earth in the Midst of Climate Change

By Samantha Skinner Redefining Our Culture and Earth in the Midst of Climate Change The climate changing is definitely something that is not noticed right away, and there are always going to be those people that say it’s not changing at all, or that what we do is changing it. That’s fine, but even if...

The Many Uses and Benefits of Hemp

By Samantha Skinner The Many Uses and Benefits of Hemp Hemp and CBD are quickly gaining the attention of so many across the nation. With a widespread awareness on all the benefits and help that this is doing, many are wondering if they should consider trying something like this for themselves. Hemp is the fiber...

Renewable Clean Energy Sources

By Samantha Skinner Simple, Natural Energy Alternatives That are Good for the Environment The term ‘natural’ can mean so many things, and still not provide the clean energy that many people are looking for. Just because the energy is natural doesn’t make it clean, or a good type of energy to have for the environment...

The Meat Industry and its Environmental Impact

By Paige Arden “Meat may taste good, but the guilt of eating it tastes far worse.” -Evan Baldonado While the issues concerning the meat industry and water consumption have been more transparent in recent years, there is still a level of uncertainty on just how much of an impact using animals for food really has...

The Fishing Industry vs. The Environment

By Paige Arden Cutting fish out of one’s diet may seem like the best thing to do, either for health reasons or out of empathy for the fish. While those are two strong reasons to change the way one eats, the most important reason is often marginalized in an attempt to emphasize the fishes’ struggle....

How Vegans are Saving Water

By Paige Arden It is a known fact that a vegan diet requires less water during the food production process. According to statistics given by the UN, the consumption of animal products, meat in particular, plays a heavy role in the depletion of the world’s natural resources. Farming alone makes up for 70% of the...