Green Electronics

As we know that Mass production and extensive usage of PCs contribute to global warming. As new technologies hit the stores fast, the demand for higher performance and faster processing capabilities make new models of laptop computers obsolete in a relatively short amount of time: the average lifespan of a laptop is typically between 3 to 4 years. When old computers become obsolete or lack the required functional capabilities, they often end up in landfills or get shipped to third world countries, where the wastes can become a major environmental and health concern.

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Green Living

The idea of a ‘Greener Future’ has been in everyone’s mind. With the upcoming natural disasters, there has been a vast economic, social and cultural loss to people. As the most superior of living beings and the maximum consumers from our environment, it is considered as our duty to have an eco-friendly future. This can be ensured by Green Living. Read More

Climate Change

The Earth’s climate is dynamic. Since the earth’s existence, it has changed many times in return for natural causes. Climate change is one of the biggest challenges this generation faces today. We’re feeling the effects of climate change around the globe. The unchecked manmade activity from deforestation and the burning of fossil fuels to driving cars or throwing away perfectly usable materials has led to climatic changes.

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Greenhouse Effect

The Earth has a natural temperature control system. Earth’s atmosphere is primarily composed of nitrogen which is 78 percent% and oxygen is 21%. These atmospheric gases restrict the absorption of infrared energy. Only greenhouse gases, which make up less than 1 percent of the atmosphere, offer Earth insulation. The greenhouse effect is a naturally occurring process that aids in heating the Earth’s surface and atmosphere. The greenhouse effect causes the surface of the Earth to be warmer than it would have been in the absence of an atmosphere. The greenhouse effect has warmed Earth for over 4 billion years. The greenhouse effect, first discovered by Joseph Fourier in 1824, and first investigated quantitatively by Svante Arrhenius in 1896, is the process by which an atmosphere warms a planet.

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