What is meant by Environmental Education?

Environmental Education

Environmental Education is a multidisciplinary field that integrates subjects such as Biology, Ecology, Geography, Earth Science, Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, and others. It aims to teach how the natural ecosystem functions and how it can be managed effectively to create a sustainable environment for all to live in. The Human impact on the earth’s ecosystem has


Millennium Development Goals

Understanding Urban Economics

In the year 2000 the Millennium Summit of the United Nations was held which was attended by 191-member countries. Following the adoption of the United Nations Millennium Declaration 8 goals were established called as the Millennium Development Goals which were aimed for the overall development and upliftment of all the Nations especially the developing and


What are the health and environmental benefits of solar energy?

Sunlight, being free and easily accessible is an excellent source to generate energy. Mainly, if we compare it to fossil fuels, which require a whole effort of mining, extraction, and transportation, this not only is time-consuming but also comes with pollution and other environmental assaults. Nowadays, solar energy is being consumed by homes and businesses


Cost of living in Orlando

The cost of living in America seems to be on the rise by the day due to an increase in the cost of commodities and utilities which are not consistent with the current salaries. Whenever prices of products are always increasing against a fixed salary, it causes the salary not to sustain your living making


Vote Bank Politics, Lobbying and Favoritism: Discrepancies of Slum Formation and Existence

The Andhra Pradesh Slum Act, 1956 is the first and popularly the last (slum) progressive legislation made by the state government of Andhra Pradesh (Banerjee. Guha, 2010). According to the act, a slum has to be classified on the grounds of whether the settlement is hazardous or safe considering the land of settlement (like river