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Forests affect climate in three different ways: they absorb the greenhouse gas carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and help to keep the planet cool; they evaporate water to the atmosphere and increase cloudiness, which also helps keep the planet cool; and they are dark and absorb a lot of sunlight, warming the Earth. Climate change mitigation strategies that promote planting trees have taken only the first effect into account. It is true that we need to cut trees for our daily needs but cutting trees in such a way is leading towards a disaster. You might have noticed that as the number of trees...

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Plant a Tree

Plantation forests now comprise around 135 million ha globally, with annual plantation afforestation and reforestation rates nearing 10% of total area. Some 90% of plantation forests have been established primarily to provide industrial wood, and their relative global importance in this role is increasing rapidly. Most of the remaining 10% of plantation forests were established primarily to supply fuel or wood for non-industrial use. About 75% of the existing plantation forest estate is established in temperate regions, but it is in the tropics that the rate of expansion is greatest. The expan...

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Save Trees

“Being thus prepared for us in all ways, and made beautiful, and good for food, and for building, and for instruments of our hands, this race of plants, deserving boundless affection and admiration from us, becomes, in proportion to their obtaining it, a nearly perfect test of our being in right temper of mind and way of life; so that no one can be far wrong in either who loves trees enough, and everyone is assuredly wrong in both who does not love them, if his life has brought them in his way.”

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Protect Environment

All this is a bit more serious and unpredictable than it seems for the majority of people. Here we have to understand that the problems caused by environmental pollution occur in every generation since the beginning of the twentieth century. That is, we certainly face or already faced the problems caused by a bad attitude to the environment, even during our life time. Of course, here you might think that there are no such problems. But if you have an allergy, if you suffer from asthma, or you have idiopathic urticaria or atopic dermatitis, be sure – it’s almost exactly the consequences of what...

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Multiwood & its Advantages

“MULTIWOOD -The Real Substitute for Wood|” The real substitute for wood has arrived and is a runaway success across the world . MULTIWOOD is made up of ‘U’ Pvc polyester resin & is made in an extruded polymer profile form. MULTIWOOD is 100% waterproof, Termite & Borer proof, corrosion free & fire retardent. MULTIWOOD is mainly used for wet area applications. MULTIWOOD sheets are pure white in colour and has a glossy and finished surface. MULTIWOOD has unique features and long-lasting properties, that can withstand in any climatic conditions. multywood Because of the comprehensive applications...

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Benefits of saving our Mother-Environment

An important threat facing by our human kind is destruction of our mother- environment. Every now and then, we keep coming across the news of global warming, expending ozone layer, harmful effects of carbon and such related topics. Nations across the world are holding several environmental meets to tackle this grave issue. Right from shutting down polluting factories to go green campaign steps are being taken to handle the situation. But before anything we can can join our hands to complete the mission-save earth. Planting trees is an perplexing idea from so many aspects. One of the major bene...

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My Tree Challenge going Worldwide

Although all these ice bucket revolution is heading all over, we are picturing of something more benefit added in to mother earth. Plant a sapling and challenge others to do so, use the bucket of water for providing life to what you rooted. We can undoubtedly make this a green movement. Support and pass on the word.” MY TREE CHALLENGE (MTC)”. The My Tree Challenge is an activity including planting a sapling and challenging others to do so. The challenge, which was inspired by the Ice Bucket Challenge, was presented in Kerala to enhance the maintenance of Mother Nature My Tree Challenge was lau...

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Save Trees, Save The Environment

What hues do we see in a globe–blue and green?? These days we contaminate mother earth very badly and bit by bit on the globe, there will not be any green remaining! People do not value what they have until they have lost it.Trees are essential, priceless and vital for the existence of any living being on earth. They are vital to life as we know it. They even help keeping the food chain or food web in balance and they are the most important things on earth because all animals and humans are reliant on it. Oxygen generation, cleansing the soil, curbing noise pollution, consuming in carbon diox...

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How to Save Trees by Recycling and reusing paper

1.Throw paper and cardboard in a bag separately from cans, glass and plastics. 2.Make sure any paper you buy (toilet rolls, tissue papers, writing paper) comes from recycled sources. 3.Reuse paper bags or compost receipts and torn-up bank statements. 4.Reuse envelopes and make your own cards. 5.Re-use wrapping paper. Wrapping paper is hard to recycle.

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How to Save Trees by Growing more trees, chopping down less

1.Plant a tree. Plant lots of trees. Whether it’s your garden, a local park or as part of a conservation team, find ways to plant more trees everywhere in your neighborhood and area. 2.Give the gift of a living tree. Small trees make beautiful gifts when going to a dinner or to a neighbor’s house. Just wrap the pot in a nice gift paper. You can also use a pot holder, if the tree is small enough. 3.Use a living tree for Christmas. Keep it in a container outside for the remainder of the year. 4.Stop cutting down trees. Remember to plant trees. Trees help the Earth and people. People should think...

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Why save trees?

Trees clean the air. Tree foliage works as a natural air filter of particulate matter such as dust, micro sized metals and pollutants such as ozone, nitrogen oxides, ammonia and sulfur dioxides. Trees take in carbon dioxide and produce oxygen. Combined with the cooling effect of trees, these processes can have a significant impact on reducing smog and overall air pollution. Trees improve water quality. A healthy urban forest can have a strong influence on our region’s water quality. Tree canopies and root systems slow and reduce storm water runoff, flooding and erosion. Trees also help filter...

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How to Save Trees by Using less paper

1.Cut down on buying magazines. Instead, share magazine and return unwanted catalogs to the sender. 2.Don’t make exceptions at restaurants. If a waiter/waitress brings you napkins, just say no nicely. Ask for a cloth napkin instead. 3.Try to use non “glossy” newspapers. The gloss one can be harder to recycle due to their topped coat of clay, although printing techniques have changed in recent years, so ask the publisher to confirm that the newspaper breaks down with ease.

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How to Save Trees by Saving office and study paper

1.Before printing a picture or document, ask yourself, “Do I really need to print this out?” If you’re writing a paper for school, most teachers will accept neat handwritten work. 2.Try to use both sides of your papers. Use a printer that prints on both sides automatically e.g. HP Officejet Pro 8500 A909g Series or a similar printer of other make. Make a draft box(if you are in your office). Put in this box all the papers that have been printed on one side and use them as draft papers. 3.Ask your boss to buy recycled paper for your workplace.

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How to Save Trees by Lobbying

1.Write letters to government officials, trying to persuade them to go as paperless as they can. 2.Tell others about the need to add more trees to the world.

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Worst effects of climate change are yet to come, says UN PANEL

Climate models predict extreme shifts in temperature and amount of water.According to the reports of scientists, the already worse climatic condition is going to get substantially worse unless greenhouse emissions are brought under control. “Nobody on this planet is going to be untouched by the impacts of climate change,” Rajendra K Pachauri, chairman of the intergovernmental panel, said. The report by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, a UN group that periodically summarizes climate science, concluded that ice caps are melting, sea ice in the Arctic is collapsing, water supplies a...

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Let’s pick what we eat from our own home garden!

Growing vegetables and fruits in our own garden can benefit us in many ways. Food gardening is a gentle, relaxing and stress-lowering form of exercise.The organic, home-grown fruit, vegetables and herbs are fresher, more nutritious and more delicious than conventionally farmed fruit, vegetables and herbs. Most fruit and vegetables lose nutritional value when they are stored for lengthy periods, or when they are being transported from interstate or overseas. Chemical preservatives are also applied, which do nothing for our health.The fruit and vegetables in supermarkets have been bred for appe...

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Multiwood Caravan

Checkout the interior of Multiwood Luxurious Caravan.. Multiwood focus on customer comfort… Like Multiwood Save Trees for more.. For any queries mail us at multiwood@yahoo.com

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Take care of our environment..

As the human race becomes more and more advanced, we are becoming more aware of the negative effects we have on the environment around us. Moving forward is proving to be a double edged sword. While we all want to see new technologies and processes being used to make our own lives more convenient, we have to make sure that we do so without disrupting the environment around us. Since there are many groups of people that either do not have the same regard for environmental issues or are simply unaware of the effect they are having, environmental law is doing its part in keeping these groups in c...

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World Forest Day

People who will not sustain trees will soon live in a world that will not sustain people- Celebrate World Forest Day by planting trees and thereby saving the earth.. Like Multiwood Save Trees for more..

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Don’t wait till it get’s unavailable!!

Yes it’s water we are talking about. The truth is we are wasting water un-noticeably in many ways in our daily life.So let’s all read this as a reminder so we will care while we use this precious resource, because it’s costing Rs 20 per litre nowadays. Step 1 : Turn on the tap only when needed. Turn off the tap while you are brushing your teeth, shaving , while you soap, when you rinse during bath. Step 2 : Wash full loads It is always good to wash your clothes when it is full load. Thereby we could save both water and electricity. Step 3 : Do less laundry. Hang towels on a rack to air dry af...

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Wondergrass bamboo craft products exhibiting wonders of bamboo!

To have a glimpse of wonders with bamboo pay a visit to “Wondergrass” bamboo products exhibition at Women’s Association Hall at Diwan’s Road. The unique show is exhibiting beautiful handicrafts made out of bamboo, which comprise lanterns of varied hues and sizes, eye-catchy pen stands, bamboo jewellery with an ethnic touch, gift items like book shaped vessels and paintings. There is the jewellery section, where chains, earrings, bracelets and bangles that are painted using natural colours are present. The starting price is Rs 30. For the womenfolk of the city, another attraction is the bag sec...

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Marine Research team discovered pieces of history from ocean

Remnants of 19th century sea pier have been discovered by marine research team a few metres underwater near the Valiathura sea pier, Thiruvananthapuram. The team estimates the pier to be built in 1825 and got destroyed when a steamer crashed into it in 1947. The team was led by marine researcher Robert Panipilla, his UK based researcher-friend Paul Culvert , and his team from the Valiathura-based ‘Friends of Marine Life’ forum. The forum had been documenting the history of Valiathura for eight years. But it was only recently that Mr. Panipilla and Mr. Culvert went underwater near the existing...

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Easy ways to prevent cancer at home

1.OPTIMIZE VITAMIN D Make sure you get enough Vitamin D, easily nourished from sunlight. We can reduce the risk of cancer by spending adequate amount of time in the sun. It’s been definitively proven using data from more than 100 countries that the higher the solar UVB, the lower the incidence of 15 different types of cancer. 2.Add living foods to your diet daily Sprouts are a “super” food that many overlook. In addition to their nutritional profile, sprouts are also easy to grow on their own and have a remarkable anti-cancer effect. 3.Simplify your Cleaning Supplies It is well known that comm...

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Natural plant compound prevents Alzheimer’s disease in mice

Scientists at the Salk Institute for Biological Studies have discovered that a chemical that is found in fruits and vegetables from strawberries to cucumbers appears to stop memory loss that accompanies Alzheimer’s disease in mice.In experiments on mice that normally develop Alzheimer’s symptoms less than a year after birth, a daily dose of the compound — a flavonol called fisetin — prevented the progressive memory and learning impairments. The drug, however, did not alter the formation of amyloid plaques in the brain, accumulations of proteins which are commonly blamed for Alzheimer’s diseas...

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International Aquarium Show from today

The 7th edition International Aquarium Show organised by the Fisheries Department of Kerala through the Fisheries Resource Management Society starts today Marine Drive , January 24th. India International Aqua Show 2014 (IIAS) is a biennial exhibition and trade fair for ornamental fishes and aquarium accessories, held at Kochi, the commercial capital of Kerala. IIAS 2014 aims to encourage hobbyist, breeders and entrepreneurs in the field. It will also provide a forum for exchange of ideas and interactions of ornamental fish breeders, traders and visitors within and outside India. A rich vari...

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