habitat

The natural home and environment for all things sci fi, including future homes and territories.

niamh yehezkel18 days ago
Coral Reefs
I watched an eye-opening documentary on Netflix today, Chasing Coral, which highlights the issues faced by our coral reefs. These issues being caused by none other than climate change. A coral reef is...
Emmy Juengera month ago
Mass Extinction Is Imminent
A long time ago, dragonflies spanned five feet and centipedes, ten. The glorious time was the Carboniferous period; a time known for growth and prosperity. The creatures that roamed earth were limitle...
Kristin Wilson2 months ago
5 Simple Actions You Can Take to Help Save the Oceans
It is now no surprise to anyone that our human waste is piling up. We are finding sea animals beached with stomachs filled with garbage and plastic. We find animals with plastic embedded in their bodi...
Lady Sunday2 months ago
The Winter Forecast for 2018/19
It was very relieving to read that all 12 Thai boys, along with their soccer coach, were successfully rescued from their harrowing ordeal being trapped in a flooded cave! Even Elon Musk went to lend a...
Iria Vasquez-Paez2 months ago
What the Rising Levels Mean for California
Rising sea levels would impact California’s sea level areas such as Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Mountain View. A third and two-thirds of California’s beaches will be wiped out from rising sea leve...
Iria Vasquez-Paez2 months ago
How to Fix the Landfill Problem
The landfill problem is a huge issue in the modern world today. Small-scale societies in far-flung corners of the planet have less garbage than we modern peoples who live in cities or in the country. ...
Lauren Watkins2 months ago
The Birds and the Bees
According to surveys and research by many different scientists, pesticides can severely affect the population of various species of birds. For example, pesticides like neonics and organophosphates, ar...
Iria Vasquez-Paez2 months ago
The Paris Accord
Most Republicans, I’m sure, love 45’s having left the Paris Agreement. But no, we liberals are not happy with this, which cramps their style. The agreement reflects on different countries joining toge...
Iria Vasquez-Paez2 months ago
How to Resolve the Plastic Crisis
Resolving the plastic crisis is something more think tanks need to be thinking about but also actually doing something about it, not just talking about it and doing nothing. Survival on this planet is...
Iria Vasquez-Paez2 months ago
The Great Plastic Gyre Patch
Plastic pollution is a huge global crisis that nobody is paying attention to right now except those of us who bother to read about it. Plastic finds its way onto beaches, according to Environmental Pr...
Frances Armah3 months ago
Pollution
A basic definition to the people who know what pollution is but can’t really explain it is, “The presence in or introduction into the environment of a substance or a thing that has harmful or poisonou...
Iria Vasquez-Paez3 months ago
Groundwater Pollution
Groundwater pollution is brought on when acid rain, boats, factories, a septic system, and other manmade products such as gasoline seep into the soil. The soil then becomes unfit for us humans to use ...
The Rusty Anvil3 months ago
Indigenous Sustainability
Indigenous Sustainability is a soulcentric and earth based practice founded by The Rusty Anvil. This practice calls on the human species to reevaluate our place on the planet. This is a calling to shi...
Liz Galante3 months ago
Why You Need to Care
If I could, I would sit on this laptop all day and preach to the human race how important it is to care. To care about the resources we use, to care about the effects we have on our planet, to care ab...
Kayli Martin4 months ago
Environmental Equality: Water's Worth
Water is pure liquid hydrogen and oxygen and makes up more than half of the human body. In the article, “Six Natural Resources Most Drained by our 7 Billion People,” Camila Ruz argues, “Fresh water on...
Fen Tapiwa4 months ago
What Is Resting on the Sea Bed?
Ever wondered how many species are yet undiscovered under the seabed? The question is, will we ever get to see them or interact with them? Were they ever meant to be discovered? If the world has more ...
Nancy D5 months ago
Aquaculture and Its Damage to Mother Earth
Aquaculture is the science of cultivating aquatic organisms in a controlled marine or freshwater environment. Aquaculture began eons ago with the ancient Greeks, but it wasn’t until the 1980s that the...
Tara Watts6 months ago
Earth Hour Was a Success?
The WWF and their supporters do so much not just for the animals but for climate change. Over 55,000 promised this last week on World Earth Hour to stop their use of things that they know are hurting ...