habitat

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

Liz Galante5 days 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 Martin16 days 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 Tapiwaa month 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 D2 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 Watts3 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 ...
Joe Clarke3 months ago
The Problem with the Problem with Plastic
An admirable cause has found its way into the public consciousness helped in no small part by national treasure David Attenborough and his latest docu-series, 'Blue Planet 2.' The scourge of single-us...
Allison Barker5 months ago
Let's Save the Bees
Honeybees. Yes, they are those pesky little critters who you do not want on your bad side, but they are doing so much good underneath their moody exterior. They are necessary for nearly 80 percent of ...
97% of Americans Overestimate the Cost of Solar Panels
Times are rapidly changing. The earth is getting hotter and it is obvious that part of the reason we don't embrace alternative sources of energy is largely because we have been told constantly that it...
Samuel Noble6 months ago
Clean Waste Revolution
Imagine that you are driving down a busy highway or road during the day, and you notice there is trash scattered alongside the road. How would that make you feel? Would you feel anger, disappointment, or sadness? The impact humans have on the planet these days is astronomically different than the impact a century ago and for worse, too. The existential dilemma is that, compared to a century ago, there are far more sources of pollution evolving and surfacing and that is the reality we will have t...
Forest Arts6 months ago
Tears from the Earth
There was a time not too long ago that the people of the Earth lived in harmony and balance with this world. There were not so many people living on the world as many folks hardly lived beyond their 4...
Kezia Flaherty6 months ago
The Greener the Energy, the Cleaner the Environment
Environmentally friendly? What's your choice of power source? Fuel your passion for green energy.
Noah Schafer7 months ago
The GoGreen Revolution! What is Happening?
As a young person in the world we live in, one of the biggest causes of anxiety is that fact that our world is dying. Climate change is rapidly accelerating, oil is becoming less and less abundant, an...
Rosalyn Grams9 months ago
If You Could Make the Choice...
How would you feel if you got to choose between living where you are, moving elsewhere, or creating your very own world to live in? I'd start with the colour of the sky — I love the blue of warmer cli...
Cerise Wallace9 months ago
Our Oceans 🐋🐳🐟
Our world is covered in 70% water. It is a vital importance to earth and everything that lives in it. Sea water has properties that control out climate and make life on earth possible. If you think about it, without the oceans we would all be dead!! The carbon cycle that the ocean plays a part in a major role that makes life on earth sustainable. The oceans absorb 60% of the carbon dioxide we produce, and millions of plants and microbes photosynthesis that carbon dioxide daily. Did you know that...
Yvonne Glasgowa year ago
Why Are Our Bees Dying And What Can You Do About It?
In the span from April 2015 to April 2016 the United States lost 44 percent of its honey bee colonies, so close to half that it should be frightening to anyone reading this. It’s not just the honey be...
Pierre Roustana year ago
3 Jaw-Dropping Marine Wildlife Discoveries That Just Might Scare You
Oceans really can be the stuff of nightmares when you think about it (for centuries, they honestly have been -- imagine how many sailor stories there have been). What never ceases to amaze me, though,...
Pierre Roustana year ago
Top 3 Environmental Stories That Will Wow You
Definitely not dull. And in some cases, rather disturbing, some of these stories you'll read. Sometimes we take planet Earth for granted, but these stories are the reason why that's a massive mistake....
Pierre Roustana year ago
Something Strange and Alien Invades the Coast of Northern California...
Thank the heavens, right? Or it wouldn't hurt to see a mermaid, as they may be pretty easy on the eyes, at least from a pirate's standpoint. No, instead, as the video shows, we've recently seen an influx of migrations of these organisms known as pyrosomes. Freaky-looking things.... They're Also Known as "Sea Pickles" or "Fire Bodies" And the big reason why we normally don't see this natural, alien phenomenon is that these 'organisms' populate the warmer, tropical waters -- except they seem to be...