Action on Sustainable Energy for All, a Moral Duty of This Age: UN Deputy Chief

Action on Sustainable Energy for All, a Moral Duty of This Age: UN Deputy Chief

The second annual United Nations Sustainable Energy For All (SE4All) Forum 2015 served as a stimulus for global efforts towards reduction in carbon emissions. Growing concerns about the continuous use of fossil fuel by countries around the world, pollution, climate change, and innovative steps in the direction of systematic adoption of cleaner and sustainable energy […]

Drought Emergency Declared in Washington State

Drought Emergency Declared in Washington State

Washington State Governor Jay Inslee has declared the state to be in a drought emergency. The state is experiencing record low snowpack (snowpack is similar to a frozen reservoir for river basins that accumulates during the winter. In the warmer months, it slowly melts and becomes the water supply to streams and rivers), and conditions […]

Pollen: The Surprising Link Behind Cloud Formation and Rainfall

Pollen: The Surprising Link Behind Cloud Formation and Rainfall

Pollen grains could be the surprising and the previously misunderstood mystery link behind cloud formation, leading to increased rainfall. A recent study published in the journal Geophysical Research Letters, concluded in a laboratory setting, that clouds are formed by six different types of trees and plants. While typically, rain aids flowers in blooming, the new […]