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A Psychological View on the Disappearance of Nature and Global Health

Ecology studies the interaction between living beings and their environment. The primary focus of ecology is on humans and their effect on their environment, and in turn, the effect that the environment has on human society. In the past decade, … Continue reading A Psychological View on the Disappearance of Nature and Global Health

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Nutritional Value Adjustments Resulting from Globalization Processes

Globalization, or the process by which goods, services, and ideas develop international influence, has undoubtedly affected the nutritional values of food globally. In the realm of nutrition, globalization influences supply chains and available food products. Migration and the global expansion … Continue reading Nutritional Value Adjustments Resulting from Globalization Processes

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Examining Natural Plant Defense Mechanisms and Pesticide Use

Pests are unwanted organisms (plants or insects) that may cause damage to other organisms or property. Pesticides aim to eliminate these pests and protect target areas from further damage. For plants, pests include microorganisms, fungi, insects, and larger herbivores. In … Continue reading Examining Natural Plant Defense Mechanisms and Pesticide Use

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Can GEM Bioremediation Mend the Effects of the Anthropocene?

The accumulation of environmental pollutants results from Anthropocene activities that expelled solvents and other harmful and hydrophobic molecules into the environment. Bioremediation utilizes microorganisms, either naturally occurring or genetically engineered, to break down environmental pollutants. Genetically engineered microorganisms, or GEMs, … Continue reading Can GEM Bioremediation Mend the Effects of the Anthropocene?

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Ecology: Is Lab-Grown Meat the Food for a Sustainable Future?

Lab-grown meat (or ‘cultured meat’) is a painless, torture-free process that uses cellular agriculture to satisfy the increasing demand for food by the swelling human population. Lab-grown meat has less strain on the environment and has the potential to produce … Continue reading Ecology: Is Lab-Grown Meat the Food for a Sustainable Future?