Sustainability and Sports

By Ian Teñido More than ever before, the sporting world is growing by leaps and bounds. The sports that had a small fun base and thus drew a small participation are now on the rise thanks to social media advertising and ease of getting information. This does not stop here, the online games have even... Continue Reading →

Tom Steyer Clean Energy Quote

"The truth is that transitioning to clean energy like wind and solar will create millions of new, good jobs that can't be outsourced, and spur economic growth - all while avoiding the inevitable, significant damages our economy will suffer should we keep building more pipelines." - Tom Steyer

Dead Zones

By Ian Teñido The occurrence of such zones is considered natural but scientists have, in the recent years, attributed most dead zones to human activity. While there are many chemical, biological, and physical factors that lead to creation of dead zones, excessive nutrient loading is the primary cause of those zones created by humans. The... Continue Reading →

Convention on Biological Diversity

By Ian Teñido This Paper is a partial fulfillment of the program requirement for the Master of Natural Resources at Virginia Tech. *** The Convention on Biological Diversity is otherwise known as the Biodiversity Convention is the primary multilateral treaty dealing with conservation of natural resources and their ecosystems. The notion of having an international... Continue Reading →

Criss Jami Quote on Human Nature.

“Man is not, by nature, deserving of all that he wants. When we think that we are automatically entitled to something, that is when we start walking all over others to get it.” ― Criss Jami, Diotima, Battery, Electric Personality

The Bomb Cyclones

By Ian Teñido As scary as the name is so are the people hearing about it for the first time. What the heck is a ‘Bomb Cyclone’? This is the question that my colleague asked which prompted me to have an article about it. The name really sounds cool but at the same time kinda... Continue Reading →

Review: 2017 Blog Summary and Conclusion

By Ian Teñido First of all, surprisingly, the year 2017 began on a high note. The series of blogs began with Sustainable Living Today. It came on the backdrop of increased discussions on the discourse of green and sustainable living. Even today, I still offer and agree with the concluding remarks of this article: “everyone... Continue Reading →

Quick Analysis: California Wildfires

By Ian Teñido Wildfires have existed in history for as long as man can remember. I would precisely approximate this time to when man first discovered fire; one match stick can destroy an entire forest with more than a million trees and properties worth in billions. Conservationists, however, consider wildfires as part and parcel of... Continue Reading →

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